Archive for the ‘Burundi’ category
Tielman Nieuwoudt offers advice on supply chain management in Africa.
The 2014 Doing Business report ranks the East African country at 32nd place globally in ease of doing business.
A World Economic Forum report ranks African countries on their ability to close the gender gap.
From its small start, Comcraft Group is now a global group of companies.
Now in his eighties, Manu Chandaria is concerned about Kenya’s poverty levels.
Africa is a collection of diverse countries and business models need to suit the local environment.
Despite growth across the continent, the majority of Africans still live below the bread line.
“Not everybody can afford $300 a night,” says Diar Capital founder as it moves into the mid-range hospitality market.
“Africa is an example of how stories fuel expectations, and drive up asset prices,” says Amédi de Klerk.
Outdated and incorrect data can skew perceptions about Africa’s growth.
Burundi is looking to position itself as a business and trade hub.
“In the job of being a mayor, there are many challenges, which can make us work through the night.”
Thierry Ntako, CEO of Open-IT, talks about his plans for business expansion and the pros and cons of doing business in Burundi.
Burundi has increased its exports within the East African region by about 15% since joining the bloc in 2007.
East Africa’s profile as an investment destination has improved significantly in recent years with foreign investors and multinational companies setting up base in the region.