[Bradford Associates] ICT Reviews Indicate That Policies Pursued by Nigeria Are Positioning the Nation to Be Increasingly Competitive in the 21st Century
You only have to look around you to realize how crucial Information and Communications Technology has become in the modern world.
A new economic world order is emerging at lightening speed. The underlying theme is that the economies we currently call “emerging” are going to dominate global growth over the next three to four decades. What’s exciting is the emergence of parts of Africa right across the continent. Attention will increasingly turn to the ‘new emergers’ as the world economy undergoes a seismic shift.
My name is Chioma Nnani. And I am a storyteller. When I decided to return to Nigeria, after a long sojourn in the United Kingdom, I heard so many things, ranging from the hilariously ridiculous to the painfully amusing. Why?
Jermaine Charles is a Zimbabwean born entrepreneur based in South Africa, where he founded Mzansi Extra Large or ZAXL, a streetwear fashion platform. Jermaine is currently Marketing Manager for Official Merchandise Company South Africa or OMC, a company focused on getting the entertainment industry better branding solutions.
Greg Koch has worked with Winner Hydraulics Africa, South Africa for fifteen years, and for the past six years has held the post of Managing Director. With his strength and background in Sales and Business Development, he is also part owner of the company.
Africa Business Communities is looking for bloggers in or operating in the continent of Africa who are writing about business. We are currently building a team of business bloggers in Africa. Are you a blogger in Africa with insight into the African business climate? Then we might be looking for you.
Glenn Davies is the current Group CEO for Inigmah - VoD & E-Commerce solutions. Glenn has over 15 years in software experience, and now has focused on the Video on Demand, IPTV and e-commerce space. Though born and raised in Sydney, Australia, he set up and established Inigmah out of Singapore, which now has offices located in the US, London and Australia. Inigmah focuses on emerging markets with its major priority as Africa. In the past year Inigmah has recruited more than 40 Inigmah partners across Africa and is now being represented in almost every major country in the continent.
Patrick Chella is Co-Founder of Realty Africa, a platform for property crowd funding for sound investment ideas in Africa. With fifteen years’ experience working in Private Equity, Hedge Fund Services and the Banking sector, eight of those years with NIBC Bank, Netherlands, he founded Realty Africa as an innovative approach to property investment opportunities in Africa.
The countries of Africa, especially the sub Saharan bit, have a terrible history. Many of them were worse off after independence than they had been under their colonial masters. Corruption was and is a normal part of everyday life.
Laura Eboa Songue is a Cameroonian entrepreneur. She co-founded Afropolitan media FASHIZBLACK six years ago. Her experiences in business strategy, marketing, African pop culture and tech startups have culminated in her latest venture, A-listers.org.
Emmanuel Nyame is director of Dream Pathway International, Ghana, a management consultancy firm that specializes in business growth, financing and expansion. Social Entrepreneur and Kairos Society Fellow, he is also the organizer of the Ghana Startup Cup.
Nigerian Johnson Okorie is the senior Digital Marketing Consultant at KorieFusion, an Agency that uses Digital Marketing Strategies to Grow business revenue, profits & bottom-lines & boost brand's visibility. He is also the MD/CEO of Clickable Resources.
Today Africa Business Communities is launching the LinkedIn Group Africa e-Commerce. You are more than welcome to join!
Emerging and frontier markets are a focal point of this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, which takes place during the week of January 19. One of the sessions, “Achieving Africa’s Growth Agenda,” is of particular interest to me
In his book The End of the Free Market, Ian Bremmer makes the point that “in emerging markets, political factors still matter— at least as much as economic fundamentals for the performance of markets.”
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Rahul Sahni - Green Telecom: "Developments of EAC common market will definitely going to be an advantage to the existing and new business houses"
Rahul Sahni is Founder and and CEO of Green Telecom in Tanzania. Africa Business Communities had the opportunity to meet him.
Smile delivers affordable, high-quality and easy-to-use broadband internet access and communications services to its customers across Africa.