Paul Brown, founder and CEO of DigiCash, shares his thoughts on entrepreneurship.
“I started from the bottom, but I have an opportunity to make it to the top and live a life that is beyond paying my bills.”
Talking business with entrepreneur Chike Maduegbuna.
“There is nothing genius about what we decided to do.”
“We tried to design a product which allowed absolutely everybody to be part of the formal side of the economy.”
How we made it in Africa talks to life coach and motivational speaker Godfrey Madanhire.
Oyelaja Oyekan tells How we made it in Africa about his inspiration for starting PrayerBox and his entrepreneurial journey.
How we made it in Africa talks to entrepeneur Abai Schulze.
“One advantage I have now is being three years ahead of everyone else.”
“Being part-owner of a restaurant is not easy and it’s not glamorous.”
Rwandan Henri Nyakarundi answers How we made it in Africa’s questions and shares his vision for ARED.
Michael Wilkerson is one of the founders of Tugende, a company that offers a lease-to-own model to help Ugandan boda-boda drivers own their own motorcycle.
“Entrepreneurial principles are universal, but they need to be utilised in context,” said Gamsole’s founder.
Tracy Wangari launched her Cape Town-based salon in 1999 and maintains a hands-on role in the now successful venture.
In 2013 Simbarashe Mhuriro (30) partnered with a Swiss-German renewable energy company to develop grid-connected solar plants.