“You have to be honest – honest to your profession, to your company and to your target customers. If you can do that it is the first step to success.”
Zambeef CEO shares the company’s story with How we made it in Africa.
Cameroonian Nteff Alain is the 22-year-old entrepreneur behind GiftedMom, a new e-content platform for pregnant women.
“You have to work whatever hours are required in order to be successful.”
How we made it in Africa’s‘s Kate Douglas reflects on some of the business and social characteristics of Lusaka.
Divine Ndhlukula, founder of Securico in Zimbabwe, shares the business lessons she has learnt that have helped grow her company.
Stefan Joselowitz answers our questions.
Entrepreneurs need to be honest and realistic about their strengths and weaknesses.
Zambian manufacturers cater for both the local and regional markets.
“Investors should focus on positioning themselves on the right side of policy, as opposed to politics.”
“When operating in economies like Zambia’s, you have to always keep your mind open to the long term.”
Nigerian tech startup Prepclass was launched just over a year ago and has already created a buzz.
Nigeria’s controversial new MasterCard-branded identity card is a huge coup for the payments company.
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South African David Green talks about leaving corporate life for the unpredictable world of entrepreneurship.