Archive for the ‘Business Advice’ category
As 2014 draws to a close, How we made it in Africa highlights some words of wisdom from African entrepreneurs.
South Africa’s Alan Knott-Craig Jr explains how getting married at 25 helped him as an entrepreneur.
One key to successful delegation is to coach team members on making and executing critical decisions.
“There was no empire in the beginning I can assure you of that,” said Francis Grogan, co-founder and CEO of Zambeef.
Alpesh Patel shares some of the lessons he has learnt over the years in entrepreneurship.
Four key considerations to successfully drive consumer engagement in Africa.
In a connected economy, every employee should be seen as a node, an expert in their own domain.
How we made it in Africa speaks to experts about what entrepreneurs should know before becoming a franchisee in Africa.
Divine Ndhlukula, founder of Securico in Zimbabwe, shares the business lessons she has learnt that have helped grow her company.
Java’s CEO Kevin Ashley shares with How we made it in Africa the reasons for the company’s success.
Great rewards can come from smaller risks and smaller disruptions.
Accurately evaluating how much a business is worth is the most challenging part of the buying and selling process.
“Brand is the business of business,” says Kenya’s Eva Muraya.
Recent economic turbulence has forced many companies to challenge their propensity for risk-taking.
How we made it in Africa speaks to Hans van Aardt, founder of software company Microworks.