“Even though we anticipated challenges we had underestimated the level of challenges that we would encounter.”
“I think the African markets in many cases [offer] great value,” said Robert Scharar, fund manager for the US-based Africa Fund.
“I see women as being central players,” said Elsie Kanza at the launch of WIE Africa last week.
How we made it in Africa talks to Swaady Martin-Leke, founder of tea company YSWARA.
Rachel Tladi tells How we made it in Africa about the challenges of being a businesswoman in the male-dominated construction industry.
“I think we are missing an unbelievable opportunity,” says Robert Scharar.
A new report looks at the various investment opportunities for those seeking returns from Africa’s growth story.
A number of opportunities and challenges exist for entrepreneurs and businesses in Tanzania.
Latest survey results show that South African airports rank considerably above airports on the continent and, in some cases, the world.
How we made it in Africa talks to 88mph’s Sylvia Brune and Kresten Buch about investing in African tech start-ups.
Ethiopia outperforms other countries in sub-Saharan Africa in terms of the ease of starting a business.
For Africa’s engineers, the opportunities for employment and work experience on the continent have never been so great.
The Unites States has been slow to seize the business opportunities on the continent.
“There are no shortcuts to success; put in the hard work and you will reap the rewards.”
“I’d lie to you if I tell you we do not consider Africa. Africa is booming,” says Saleh Abdullah Lootah, managing director of Al Islami Foods.