Legal Forms is a Lagos-based start-up looking to assist Nigerian entrepreneurs and small-business owners with legal services.
It all started in the first week of January 2016, when internet users all over the country found issues making calls through free applications such as Skype.
Strategies for competing in a cutthroat market.
'I have an MBA, but I learnt more in the first two months of running this business than I did in business school,' says Matt Berg, CEO of Ona.
An interview with CEO Chris Folayan.
A look at M-KOPA's potentially game-changing new strategy of selling low-income customers everything from smartphones to cooking stoves.
Study sheds light on how Africans use Twitter
29 April, 2016How Africa Tweets is an annual study by Portland Communications which highlights Twitter trends, hashtag usage and online habits in Africa.
Why most Kenyans don’t shop with their mobile phones
25 April, 2016Some 95% of Kenyan consumers still pay with cash in a retail environment, while only 12% make use of mobile money, and just 2% use credit or debit cards.
How this French smartphone company is luring consumers in Africa
14 April, 2016Strategies for competing in a cutthroat market.
Start-up snapshot: Lagos-based venture taking legal services online
13 April, 2016Legal Forms is a Lagos-based start-up looking to assist Nigerian entrepreneurs and small-business owners with legal services.
Tech company changing the way aid organisations operate
7 April, 2016'I have an MBA, but I learnt more in the first two months of running this business than I did in business school,' says Matt Berg, CEO of Ona.
The VoIP ban in Morocco and its impact on the economy
2 April, 2016It all started in the first week of January 2016, when internet users all over the country found issues making calls through free applications such as Skype.
Over 40 years in business and still putting the customer first. Now that’s real.
1 April, 2016By constantly improving and innovating their service offering, and through a calculated shift from printer supplier to full-service business solutions provider, the pioneering organisation has become a trusted name in the integrated business solutions market.
How a Nigerian built an African e-commerce empire from his bedroom
29 March, 2016An interview with CEO Chris Folayan.
The rise of mobile money in West Africa
28 March, 2016The mobile money wave has crossed the Sahelian band over to West Africa from its Kenyan birthplace.
Examining Nigeria’s online shopping potential
23 March, 2016Nigerians' use of mobile devices to make online retail purchases is significantly higher than global purchasing rates across several categories.
Two brothers build substantial business by targeting marginalised migrants
18 March, 2016Hello Group is a South African company that has built a successful business by serving millions of marginalised people. We talk to one of the founders about how they did it.
Investing in African start-ups: An overview of on-the-ground realities
13 March, 2016Africa is certainly on the venture capital investing map. However, investors have to be patient.
Equity Bank CEO: ‘The future will be driven by digital banking, not brick and mortar’
9 March, 2016A look at Equity's mobile banking strategy.
Samsung distributor talks about selling mobile phones in Kenya
9 March, 2016Nasser Ahmed shares his experiences.