Posts Tagged ‘Rwanda’

Report reveals sub-Saharan Africa’s 10 most competitive economies

The World Economic Forum ranks the region’s most competitive countries.

Get in the Ring: the Investment Battle of Africa

Entrepreneurs and investors from all over Africa will come together in Kigali on the 17th and 18th of September to be part of the Investment Battle of Get in the Ring.

Kigali co-working space offering startups more than just a desk

How we made it in Africa talks to Jon Stever, founder of Rwanda’s The Office.

Young, bright and ambitious: Two agri-preneurs sowing seeds in Rwanda

Two young Rwandans using social agri-preneurship to improve the lives of people in their country.

Entrepreneur trades corporate world for coffee shop business in Rwanda

How we made it in Africa speaks to the founder of Brioche, an upmarket bakery and coffee business.

Rwandan fashion brand says hunger for African products will only grow stronger

How we made it in Africa talks to the CEO of fashion brand Mille Collines.

Oil and mining to be the backbone of East Africa’s economic growth

Oil, gas and mining developments could have positive spill-over effects for the rest of the economy.

Rwanda’s improving business environment is turning heads

The 2014 Doing Business report ranks the East African country at 32nd place globally in ease of doing business.

Investment bank identifies four African countries that continue to surprise

Rand Merchant Bank highlights growth in Ghana, Rwanda and Ethiopia.

Rwanda – a tiny country that has made great progress

Rwanda has made great strides since the dark days of its 1994 genocide.

Is Rwanda the next big thing in Africa?

Over the last few years, a lot of optimism has been built around Rwanda being the next big thing in Africa.

Is Rwanda set to reap the demographic dividend?

From almost every point of view, Rwanda’s performance over the past decade has been an unambiguous success story.

Why Rwanda needs to integrate with its neighbours

For Rwanda to become an emerging middle-income economy, it will need to unleash its export potential.

How Rwanda is making a name for itself in ‘specialty’ coffee

Rwanda has transformed from an average C-grade market coffee producing country into one gaining significant traction in the global market for specialty coffee.

kLab: A space for innovation in Rwanda

kLab aims to become a central beacon for Rwanda’s ICT hopes and dreams, a melting pot where creative young talent can nurture innovation and find opportunity.