Archive for the ‘Manufacturing’ category
“We are going to have an interesting day,” says George Okai as we drive out of the parking area of the DHL Express head office in Ghana’s capital Accra.
The emergence of the middle class can only be sustained if strategies are put in place that expand prosperity for all.
While GDP figures indicate growth, this does not necessarily translate into economic development.
3D printing has the ability to change business and behaviour around the world.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s population is growing fast. How can transformation keep up?
Creating jobs is a critical challenge Uganda needs to address in order to increase productivity and economic growth.
“It would be much easier to be employed, get paid at the end of the month and go home. But then you don’t have much freedom.”
“I believe entrepreneurs are the drummers of any society and determine the rhythm of a country’s economy.”
Cameroon to ban use of non-degradable plastic bags, with violators facing fines and imprisonment.
Anthony Sedzro talks to Kama Group founder, Michael Agyekum Addo, about his entrepreneurial journey.
South African company Cubicle Solutions is seeing the results of four years of hard work and a focused business plan.
The absence of significant industrialisation in much of Africa is a missed opportunity for more robust, diversified and sustainable economic development.
Burundi is looking to position itself as a business and trade hub.
How Sam Meeks established a denim jeans manufacturing business in Africa.
How we made it in Africa talks to Roly Adlam, founder of Kenya’s Rift Valley Leather.