Posts Tagged ‘mobile’
Obi phones are targeted at “young, tech-savvy and aspirational youth”.
How we made it in Africa interviews the entrepreneurs behind SimplePay.
Harnessing the rapid growth of digital technologies holds hope for transformative agricultural development.
While Kenya made its name in software, a handful of entrepreneurs are now taking the leap into developing hardware.
Security remains a concern for most African consumers who shop online, a survey finds.
Mobile is a big opportunity for the advertising industry and it will transform how brands engage with consumers.
“Successful entrepreneurs are not usually the smartest people, or even the most hardworking.”
“Many countries still have below average mobile penetration rates, which means that there is strong growth potential.”
“We want to be the mobile king of Africa. The continent receives a lot of imports but the products are not always modelled to fit demand.”
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Nikolai Barnwell, Head of Operations at 88mph, an investment fund specialising in seed funding for the east African mobile and web market.
In a recent report, titled Connected Agriculture, Vodafone and Accenture identified 12 opportunities for mobile phone technology to increase agricultural income and productivity.
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s mobile telecommunications industry has received a lot of attention over the past week.
Africans are among the world’s top users of the internet on their mobile phones.
Close to 2 out of every 10 South Africans are now using their phones to transfer cash to family and friends.
Despite a significant price war between Kenya’s mobile operators, the government said it will not impose a minimum price for mobile calls.