Four key considerations to successfully drive consumer engagement in Africa.
How we made it in Africa talks to Moshe Noiman, founder of Classic Mouldings.
“I wouldn’t call myself a workaholic, but my wife does.”
The growth of retail in sub-Saharan Africa is good news, however, it has a down side for other retailers.
I cannot shake off a sense of nervousness and mild irritation, each time I listen to the gospel of Africa’s enormous opportunity.
Where once stood overgrown bush and sisal plantations, now sits a luxury golf estate .
The IMF predicts that six of the world’s 10 fastest-growing economies in 2014 will be in Africa.
A team sponsored by DHL have just embarked on a grand and ambitious journey through 45 African countries, starting in Cape Town and ending in London in September 2015.
“I don’t believe in jobs. I believe in seeing opportunity.”
I am more convinced than ever that the single biggest constraint to the growth of multinationals in Africa is perspective.
At the Kenyan coast stands the 2,500 acre Vipingo Ridge golf development.
Bayer CropScience is ramping up its presence in Africa.
“There are some dangers in overstating the ‘Africa rising’ view,” says Goldman Sachs head.
How we made it in Africa interviews the entrepreneurs behind SimplePay.
Ethiopia currently houses only a handful of international hotel brands.