Archive for the ‘Consumer Goods’ category
“We need to start demystifying the myths about Africa.”
“I think the African markets in many cases [offer] great value,” said Robert Scharar, fund manager for the US-based Africa Fund.
How we made it in Africa talks to Swaady Martin-Leke, founder of tea company YSWARA.
“I can accept that many Africans don’t have much money. I can’t accept they are any less sophisticated consumers.”
Gerald Mahinda, managing director of Brandhouse, shares his thoughts on how to be successful in Africa’s consumer markets.
Frontier markets experience fast growth, but they’re no fast buck.
“Success doesn’t come overnight. A lot of people want riches overnight.”
One person who knows all about the unique challenges of the Nigerian e-commerce market is Sim Shagaya, founder of Konga.com.
Dinfin Mulupi catches up with Suzie Wokabi, the founder of one of Kenya’s first local cosmetics companies.
To imagine you can offer anything less than world-class products and service in Africa is naive and short-sighted.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Sam Wanjohi, founder of Kenya’s Foresight Interiors.
American entrepreneur Christopher J. Bak runs two Subway franchises in Tanzania, and plans to expand to Kenya later this year.
There is increasing evidence of a growing consumer class in Africa.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Aleem Ladak, founder and director of The Big Five Breweries Ltd.
How we made it in Africa talks to Sim Shagaya, founder of Nigerian online store, Konga.com, and daily deal website, DealDey.com.