Archive for the ‘Entrepreneur watch’ category
“This is much more fun – I am doing something I am passionate about.”
James Mwangi has transformed Equity Bank into East and Central Africa’s largest bank
Saheed Adepoju is co-founder of the Encipher Group, a Nigerian company famed for producing the country’s first tablet computer.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Alan Murungi, founder of Kenya’s first boutique brewery business.
How we made it in Africa talks to Ugandan-based entrepreneur Titus Mawano.
“If you don’t have a string of failures behind you, it means you have learnt nothing. Failure is a big part of being an entrepreneur.”
“Successful entrepreneurs are not usually the smartest people, or even the most hardworking.”
“Kenyans are not closed minded; they are always looking for opportunities to experience new things.”
The founder of Kate’s Organics tells Dinfin Mulupi why organic farming is the next low hanging fruit and her ambitions to tap into the European market.
How we made it in Africa talks to Rolf Mendelsohn, one of the founders of Angolan IT company Internet Technologies Angola.
Dinfin Mulupi sat down with the Tamarind Group co-owner and chairman Martin Dunford.
How we made it in Africa’s talks to Pamela Muyeshi, owner of Amaica restaurant, about the Kenyan restaurant industry and being a woman entrepreneur.
How we made it in Africa talks to Tim Rimbui, the founder of Ennovator Music, a Nairobi-based recording studio and production company.
“Every business has its own sort of environment and the family structure suits us,” says Alec Davis of Davis & Shirtliff Group.
To manage the Nairobi’s municipal solid waste and conserve the country’s remaining forests, Lorna Rutto and Charles Kalama founded EcoPost.