Posts Tagged ‘business’
Tony Blair’s five principles that govern mutually-beneficial relationships between African governments and foreign investors.
Despite his questionable approach to business, modern-day companies looking to sell into Africa can take a few hints from the mining magnate.
The majority of Africans shop at informal outlets, and this is where South African wines need to improve their presence, says Craig Irving.
Many business owners repeat simple mistakes that could have been avoided.
Africa is rich in distinct market trends.
“We don’t want to win Oscars. Believe me; we are not interested in that stuff. We want an effective product that will make money.”
Harnet Bokrezion talks to Rakhee Mediratta, chief operating officer of the African Leadership Network.
How we made it in Africa’s‘s Kate Douglas reflects on some of the business and social characteristics of Lusaka.
Martin Tronquit, managing partner of research firm Infomineo, looks at five misconceptions about Africa.
How we made it in Africa looks at some of the key quotes and points that came out of the summit.
McKinsey shares some strategies for success in the Nigerian market.
“There is a wariness about South Africans and how they do business.”
Nigerian-American journalist and author, Dayo Olopade, talks about the heart of Africa’s commercial activity.
Looking beyond Lagos at potential for consumer facing companies in Nigerian cities.
“In the mist of every chaos lies the opportunity.”