Archive for the ‘Business Advice’ category
Conducting business in the continent can often be challenging, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun.
Kenyan entrepreneur Tonee Ndungu outlines factors to achieving success in business.
“In today’s world you cannot be a leader that professes to know it all.”
Disney World’s success comes from delivering on its promise to create magic, says Carl Bates.
“In order to achieve and maintain a work-life balance, self-management and time management is needed.”
Branding your business and yourself is a crucial move for entrepreneurs.
Many businesses are denied funding as their records are not up to scratch.
Entrepreneurs need to rethink their business strategies alongside economic conditions.
Every time I think of Nelson Mandela the first thought in my mind is we need more like him.
Tielman Nieuwoudt offers advice on supply chain management in Africa.
Ugandan entrepreneur Barbara Birungi believes tech startups can positively affect Africa’s social and economic development.
“How employees behave and interact with each other plays a determining role in the fate of a company.”
Looking different and handing out colourful business cards can help investors remember you.
Companies expanding into Africa need a good understanding of the local environment, laws and regulations to properly manage risk.
Randall Kempner highlights two challenges that makes finding funding difficult for entrepreneurs.