Mobius Motors is building a mass market vehicle, specifically designed for the poor road conditions in Kenya.
“The lazy option is to outsource production to China.”
For potential to be truly realised, African economies need to view each other less as competitors, and more as economic partners.
Economist Martyn Davies takes an in-depth look at China’s economic structural changes, and what they mean for Africa.
And should African markets be doing more to compete for global investment?
“The biggest risk is Chinese manufacturers.”
Saleh Nasreddin’s journey in business.
“In Africa, everything is good business. You just have to plan well, work hard and do it right.”
Philips has adopted a number of strategies to make its global portfolio more relevant for African economies.
Kenyan businessman Vimal Shah is one of the region’s most prominent entrepreneurs.
Across the continent there are cities and towns enjoying rapid growth on the back of industries such as mining, agriculture and technology.
“We had no background in biscuit [manufacturing] but decided to innovate, work with a strong team, do trials and invest in market surveys and marketing,” says Raj Malde.
The Moroccan aeronautics sector posted annual growth rates of 15% to 20% between 2008 and 2013.
SABMiller and Coca-Cola merger will create South and East Africa’s largest soft drinks bottling operation.
Uganda’s ambitious electric vehicle project.