The 5th Entrepreneur Expo and Conference is taking place on 18-19 July at the Good Hope Centre in Cape Town, South Africa.
Only a few years ago, Africa was viewed as the potential pitfall for investors; today it is dubbed as ‘the fastest growing continent’. What has brought about this change and what have businesses done differently to act as the catalyst for this rapid growth?
An Internal Rate of Return (IRR) app has been launched for use by professionals in African private equity, which instantly calculates financial indicators that are the foundation of the industry.
As a showcase for new and exciting foods, beverages and equipment from around the world, Africa’s Big Seven (AB7) is the biggest and most spectacular exhibition on the continent.
The hospitality and food industries in West Africa are on the verge of explosive growth due to rapid economic expansion across the region.
The AgriBusiness Forum is EMRC’s flagship event, aimed at strengthening the agri-food sector in Africa.
With six weeks still to go until Africa’s biggest business opportunities expo opens, visitors from 30 nations have already registered online to attend this world-renowned event.
The Pan African Housing Fund adds quality middle income residential apartments to the Nairobi market.
A blend of private equity and development finance aligns returns with food security and job creation.
Italy’s largest online publisher of trade magazines, provides a fantastic incentive for all expo participants.
[Press Office] American comedian and actor Milton Berle once said: “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”
Africa’s youngest entrepreneurs have until April 1 to apply for the continent’s premier youth entrepreneurship award.
USB Executive Development CEO Frik Landman sees the PMR.africa Diamond Award, which the executive training company of USB has just received, as motivation to continue on its journey as a foremost provider of executive education.
Renewable energy in South Africa has grown immensely over the past three years. It has effectively led to a broadening of power producers in South Africa
Billed as the biggest business opportunities event on the African continent, SAITEX, the Southern African International Trade Exhibition, celebrates its 21st edition this year.