Africa’s petroleum and petrochemical industry faces many challenges, including climate change issues, fuel security and the falling oil price. These will be addressed at the upcoming Petro.t.ex Conference and Exhibition.
In 2008 Schulze Global Investments became the first international private equity firm to open an office in Ethiopia.
“The economy is moving in the right direction,” says Serge Gnandji, CFO and acting country manager of DHL Express, Côte d’Ivoire.
“Everything can wait but agriculture cannot wait!”
Companies should be innovative when it comes to marketing on the African continent.
“It’s so sad and so serious that a common toothpick in my country has to be imported from other countries,” says Winifred Selby.
The number of ultra-high net worth individuals in Africa will increase by 59% over the next 10 years.
How we made it in Africa talks to Erfaan Mojgani, country manager of online marketplace Kaymu in Tanzania.
Employee incentives are generally a new concept in Kenya, but businesses that identify their value stand to gain.
Informal trade shouldn’t be crushed, but rather formalised using incentives, says Ecobank research head.
“Whether or not you succeed in life depends on what you make of your experience and attitude.”
Rwandan Henri Nyakarundi answers How we made it in Africa’s questions and shares his vision for ARED.
Dan Eberhart, who made his money in the US oilfield services industry, is now looking for opportunities in Africa.
Investors focused on Africa say Nigeria offers huge opportunities, but also huge challenges.
“Like many growth stage start-ups, our major challenges are capacity constraints, both technological and in human resources.”