Tamer Farouk As the pandemic continues to influence how organisations operate and behave, African businesses need to adapt its workforce and technology considerations There is something remarkable about the African continent, the scarcity and complexity brings light to innovation and invention....
How would you describe a man that is not mono in nature and or in personality? You probably may not find an appropriate cliché to describe Bayo Adeyinka. This is not because you can pin down what he does...
Before the advent of money, when the word entrepreneurship has not been created, our aged ancestors traded by providing value. As far back as the Stone Age, people had to transact by exchanging goods that were of equivalent value...
Professor Banji Oyelaran-Oyeyinka The COVID-19 pandemic, one of the world’s most significant events, has resulted in cessation of economic activities that will lead to a significant decline in GDP, an unprecedented social disruption, and the loss of millions of jobs....
NJ Ayuk Africa’s rich resources still represent opportunity, including a wealth of natural gas waiting to be discovered It isn’t breaking news that the world is currently on “lock-down mode.” Around the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic has made conditions dire and...
Brandon Bruce Startups are in the business of changing the world – disrupting the status quo with new technology and business models. But what happens when startups get disrupted? Analysts are referring to the COVID-19 pandemic as a Black Swan...
Amadou Sy Sub-Saharan Africa has become the global leader in mobile money adoption, usage, and innovation. The challenge now is to go beyond the success in payments to meet the unmet demand in the region for other, underdeveloped financial services...
Maleeka T. Hollaway GUEST WRITER                  The day I knew that I’d lose a long-time client came when they told me, “I’m the boss. You work for me.” Upon hearing those words, I knew I...
  Guy Goldstein CEO and Co-Founder of Next-Insurance   It is crucial for startup founders to find the one thing that will bring value to their customers -- and then focus on it. Google started by performing searches, Amazon sold books and Airbnb...
  Tom Taulli In February 2004, Mark Zuckerberg launched a fairly basic site, called TheFacebook.com, which allowed Harvard students to connect. At first, he considered it an ordinary project. But of course, the site would quickly become a growth machine. Yet there...
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