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“I see women as being central players,” said Elsie Kanza at the launch of WIE Africa last week.
On entering new territories, companies are confronted with the need for localising their offering.
Frontier markets experience fast growth, but they’re no fast buck.
The human resource management field is changing fast, becoming a major strategic player for organisations and leading the way in which companies are perceived.
Many of us are conditioned to believe that the collective wisdom of the masses is superior to our own individual ideas.
Ernst & Young’s David Storey looks at some of the human capital considerations companies need to be aware of when expanding into the continent.
Five steps towards thinking strategically to enable growth in tough times.
Insight into today’s 20-somethings’ expectations from the workplace.
To imagine you can offer anything less than world-class products and service in Africa is naive and short-sighted.
For many business people in the continent’s English-speaking countries, Francophone Africa remains a complex region.
Owners of businesses often reach a natural decision to leave at some point in their career.
In the current challenging economic environment, SME owners need to do what they can in order to keep their heads above water.
The African Development Bank’s Shem Simuyemba outlines some of the investment opportunities in Africa’s infrastructure sector.
There are a number of potential issues and risks that could impact on companies doing, or planning to do, business in Africa.
Is there room in the workplace for traditional African wisdom?