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“I was very frustrated seeing fellow youth who were not lucky enough to get an education suffering.”
“Gloo.ng is an outpouring of affection to my wife, and by extension, to all our target users,” says founder.
Offering courses in a variety of subjects, Beni American University students access all material online.
“If you have an idea and are passionate about it, just do it,” says founder of The District.
With a recent private equity investment, Kenyan salon chain hopes to expand across East Africa.
Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative co-founder Bernice Dapaah speaks about the challenges of starting a business.
After almost four decades in the industry, Kenya’s Apollo has seen its ups and downs.
“If you go to my village today almost 90% of the youth know how to use computers. I am very proud of that.”
“The idea is to create a mixed-use development by recycling an old building in an old downtown area.”
With clients around the world and across Africa, Feed Green Ethiopia Exports is seeing business success.
Online platform Soko enables Kenyan artisans to sell their handcrafted jewellery to a wider market.
Kenyan entrepreneur has filled a gap in the market selling locally made baby care products.
Wambui Mukenyi’s fashion label of the same name has been well received.
The Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative trains women to become highly proficient bike builders.
From its start in his university dorm room, Alex Fourie’s repair service has grown into a successful chain of stores.