Archive for the ‘Meet the Boss’ category
“I wouldn’t call myself a workaholic, but my wife does.”
“I don’t believe in jobs. I believe in seeing opportunity.”
“You have to work whatever hours are required in order to be successful.”
“I do not believe in companies run by ‘yes men’ at managerial level.”
Stefan Joselowitz answers our questions.
“Anyone who has an opportunity to work for a blue chip company where they learn systems, structures and procedures should do it.”
“When operating in economies like Zambia’s, you have to always keep your mind open to the long term.”
Jabu Basopo says there are three main components that contribute to success in leadership.
“When a client is not satisfied it really bothers me.”
“The main problem I see with young African guys is they want to grow overnight.”
“In terms of role models, I look up to the hip-hop guys… these people came from nothing and they created empires.”
Kenyan CEO stresses importance of having a balance between work and family.
One of the major players in Kenya’s tech scene reveals his first job and how he relaxes.
“I have a lot of risk appetite. I work very hard and I apply my creativity.”
How we made it in Africa speaks to Jennifer Riria, the 2014 Kenyan country winner of the EY World Entrepreneur of the Year award.