Archive for the ‘Ghana’ category
Grant Dutton, MD of South African coffee shop chain, vida e caffé, talks about the potential he sees in other African countries.
Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Cameroon stand out as attractive markets for long term investment, according to Euromonitor.
For millions of unemployed yet tech-savvy youth across Africa, increased connectivity is bringing tremendous opportunities.
High operating costs in emerging countries are arguably the biggest factor inhibiting the proper servicing of consumers.
At the start of 2010, Petersen’s – an 18-year-old South African-based wooden furniture company – was in a tight spot.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to the founder of Horseman Shoes, a footwear company in Ghana.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Ghanaian-born businessman and entrepreneur Kris Senanu.
Della is a US-based fashion accessories brand that sells handcrafted bags and other items produced by seamstresses working in the village of Hohoe, Ghana.
Takoradi’s deep water sea port, and the fact that it is the hub of Ghana’s nascent oil industry, makes it a strategically important economic development node.
“In my opinion, passion is the most important criteria for deciding on a job or on what entrepreneurship venture to pursue.”
“Dare to dream but don’t dream unless you are willing to live your dream.”
In October, we joined a 50-year-old driver from Burkina Faso, on a 750 kilometre journey to highlight the high economic costs faced by landlocked countries.
David Osei, co-founder and CEO of Dropifi, talks innovation and entrepreneurship.
When the oil rigs started pumping crude off the coast of Ghana’s Western Region in December 2009, many people hoped for better living standards and development.
How we made it in Africa caught up with Eric Osiakwan, a tech investor and a director of Ghana Cyber City.