Archive for the ‘Business Advice’ category
“Don’t buy a restaurant franchise if you like to go to sleep early.”
Co-founder of Regenesys Business School shares lessons he learnt from his years as a Buddhist monk.
“Companies are most productive when they harness – not hobble – the intelligence of their employees.”
Anzisha Prize winners show that age has nothing to do with business success.
To connect with consumers, brands must have a clear picture of their target audience.
First impressions are key to building lasting trust.
Sam Gichuru, CEO of Nairobi-based startup accelerator Nailab, says there are many lessons to be learned in failure.
From market research to finding a good lawyer, Jacqueline Musiitwa shares her advice to foreign businesses.
Due to the number of public holidays celebrated during April and May, this time of year has become a second festive season for many.
Expand your boundaries and be persistent, advises Dr Betty Gikonyo.
Kenyan entrepreneur Sriram Bharatam shares his thoughts.
The South African economy presents opportunities for entrepreneurs.
“Entrepreneurs often feel that corporate governance takes up precious time and energy that they would prefer to put into running their business.”
Listing, assessing and managing the risks associated with your business is a good step to take.
Careful and strategic planning is the key to exponential success in Africa, says consultant Dr Harnet Bokrezion.