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As an entrepreneur, Jason Njoku achieved success in a most unlikely way: he is Africa’s largest distributor of Nigerian movies.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Daniel Prior, founder of Kenya’s Quite Bright Films.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) has upped its efforts to grow the popularity of the sport in Africa.
“Kenyans are not closed minded; they are always looking for opportunities to experience new things.”
“Believe in what you want to achieve, work hard, do lots of research, find the gaps, and then take the plunge.”
It is a season of good business for outdoor advertising companies in Kenya.
iROKO Partners has opened their second African office in Johannesburg.
How we made it in Africa talks to Tim Rimbui, the founder of Ennovator Music, a Nairobi-based recording studio and production company.
How we made it in Africa talks to Nathan Masyoku of Kenyan gaming outfit NexGen.
“Right now, the industry needs people who are brave enough to make films, not for short term gain, but with long term thinking.”
With over 25 years experience, Carolyn Carew tells How we made it in Africa what it takes to make it in the film and TV business.
The past year has been a busy one for the small team behind ‘Meet the Adebanjos’. Numerous television deals have been signed and the show has also been adapted for the stage.
“Some of the world’s fastest-growing economies are here and international brands want a piece of the action.”
“Yes, scheme to harness online opportunities for your brand; but no, don’t get drenched in its thickest waters just yet.”
A Nigerian company, Hayzee Mind Concept, is planning to launch a reality show where contestants will have to demonstrate their farming skills.