“In the US and Europe there is a growing demand for supply chain transparency.”
For potential to be truly realised, African economies need to view each other less as competitors, and more as economic partners.
“There is nothing genius about what we decided to do.”
The need for a business approach to farming is more important than ever.
A look at how overlapping membership of trade regimes can trigger illegal trade, using Kenya’s sugar sector as an example.
How we made it in Africa talks to chef Yohanis Hailemariam.
Selling pizza in a country where traditional foods are very popular is no easy task.
Ethiopia’s leather industry is increasingly attracting investment.
Saleh Nasreddin’s journey in business.
“In Africa, everything is good business. You just have to plan well, work hard and do it right.”
In 2008 Schulze Global Investments became the first international private equity firm to open an office in Ethiopia.
“Everything can wait but agriculture cannot wait!”
Dan Eberhart, who made his money in the US oilfield services industry, is now looking for opportunities in Africa.
In Africa, seed production has long been dominated by big government monopolies. But a new initiative hopes to change that.
Chai Bora MD discusses the company’s plans and the benefits of having private equity investors on board.