Archive for the ‘Ghana’ category
Social entrepreneurs are those with innovative solutions to society’s most pressing problems.
Plans to launch a common currency flounder in West Africa.
Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative co-founder Bernice Dapaah speaks about the challenges of starting a business.
Every1Mobile provides users with content, products and services to help them fast track into the formal economy.
“The idea is to create a mixed-use development by recycling an old building in an old downtown area.”
The Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative trains women to become highly proficient bike builders.
Moonlight Café reaches out to young underground artists and discovers new talent in music and poetry.
Africans, who have returned to the continent for work purposes, share their thoughts.
Many Africans living abroad have returned to the continent to set up companies. But how have their expectations compared to the reality?
“Five months after the launch we got 14m people who had been invited by their friends to use the service.”
African Leadership Network CEO offers insight into strengthening good leadership in the continent.
African companies are creating products specifically for consumers on the continent.
Africa should focus on developing a range of economic activities and the skills to match these.
Woolworths may not have succeeded in Nigeria, but many other South African retailers are doing well.
“In today’s world you cannot be a leader that professes to know it all.”