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Africa needs responsible leaders to fully realise its growth potential.
Despite the terrorist attack in Nairobi on the weekend, hotel groups met to discuss potential investments.
A Kenyan TV producer shares how she started out on her own.
The number of internet startups in Nigeria is growing, and show potential for investment.
“Entrepreneurs need to take a long-term approach and invest in networking and researching groups that might be relevant to their business.”
“From marketing to media to entertainment to content, entrepreneurs are making big bets on technology.”
A Kenyan animator is breaking ground and gaining business with his successful animated advertisements.
Social media is an extremely powerful tool with which to grow a business, but any campaign should be strategic and focused.
Entrepreneur and media personality, Farai Gundan, shares her thoughts on Africa’s potential.
Jennifer Barassa, founder of Top Image, explains to Dinfin Mulupi how she started one of Kenya’s most successful advertising agencies.
Talking with the media is a great way for a company or brand to gain exposure with the public, investors, and business partners.
iROKOtv, a website that streams movies and also a DVD distributor, has just entered the South African market.
Dorothy Ghettuba quit her job in Canada and moved back to Kenya to follow her passion for TV production.
“If we as Africans don’t do it then we will find ourselves on the periphery of our own growing economies, as others leverage these opportunities.”
Elan Lohmann gave up his corporate job and convertible to start his own health organisation, SleekGeek.