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Dinfin Mulupi talks to Alan Murungi, founder of Kenya’s first boutique brewery business.
“The fact that the African middle class has been so far overlooked and underserved means a relatively empty marketplace with a very receptive audience.”
Many international retailers and other consumer-facing companies have started to grow their African footprints.
Professional services firm KPMG has identified three mega-trends that have sparked investor interest in Africa.
Nigeria offers investment potential for companies looking to capitalise off the population’s increased consumer spending power.
The single-largest business opportunity in Africa will be its rising consumer market.
The founder of Kate’s Organics tells Dinfin Mulupi why organic farming is the next low hanging fruit and her ambitions to tap into the European market.
“If you are in the food business, you will make money as long as you give good quality,” says Naisiadet Mason.
Dinfin Mulupi sat down with the Tamarind Group co-owner and chairman Martin Dunford.
How we made it in Africa’s talks to Pamela Muyeshi, owner of Amaica restaurant, about the Kenyan restaurant industry and being a woman entrepreneur.
How we made it in Africa speaks to Nimi Akinkugbe, CEO of Bestman Games.
“A Zambian is as different to a Nigerian, as an Italian is different to a Russian, and people need to start to understand that.”
Tabitha Karanja is the founder of Keroche Breweries, the first ever beer factory to be owned by a Kenyan.
This month, Apple announced the launch of their iTunes music store in 56 countries, including 14 on the African continent.
Ethiopia’s soleRebels footwear brand was recently featured in the December edition of the Chinese Vogue alongside well established brands such as Armani, Chanel, Gucci and Valentino.