Archive for the ‘Rwanda’ category
Over the last few years, a lot of optimism has been built around Rwanda being the next big thing in Africa.
For millions of unemployed yet tech-savvy youth across Africa, increased connectivity is bringing tremendous opportunities.
How we made it in Africa talks to Rosemary Mugambi, sales and marketing director of Serena Hotels.
From almost every point of view, Rwanda’s performance over the past decade has been an unambiguous success story.
The 2013 Doing Business report highlights Rwanda as one of the countries in the world that has made great strides to improve its business environment.
For Rwanda to become an emerging middle-income economy, it will need to unleash its export potential.
Euromonitor recently identified some African countries that are likely to see strong growth in tourism.
Rwanda has transformed from an average C-grade market coffee producing country into one gaining significant traction in the global market for specialty coffee.
kLab aims to become a central beacon for Rwanda’s ICT hopes and dreams, a melting pot where creative young talent can nurture innovation and find opportunity.
How we made it in Africa takes a closer look at three African countries that hold potential for retailers.
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.
The day when Kenyans will board a train to Kampala with perfect confidence that they will reach their destination comfortably, reliably and fast, is the day you will know that the region is firmly on the Middle Income track.
A little white flower is bringing bright prospects for Rwanda’s economy, and the lives of thousands of small farmers in the process.
Envisioning certain African regions developing into equivalents of California’s Silicon Valley may indeed appear as just “building castles in the air”. However, given that the understanding of the positive impact of ICT has grown over the years, more African governments have begun to prioritise the ICT sector.
How U.S. businessman and former CEO of Alltel, Scott Ford, is getting it right in Africa.