People with successful businesses say the idea for their venture came to them “out of the blue.” But many experts believe that innovation follows patterns.
In trade, trust is essential between buyers and sellers. How can distant strangers begin to build that trust? Diaspora communities can be the bridge.
Attention, entrepreneurs and investors! Applications for the July 25–26 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Kenya are due May 18. Read on to find out more.
You have a great idea for a business and would like to move forward with it. Before you do, have you thought about whether...
Kenya is becoming known as the “Silicon Savannah,” thanks largely to its growing information, communications and technology sector.
Ghanaian Papa Oppong is not only breaking into the fashion world, he is fighting malaria by designing children's wear with a fabric that repels mosquitoes.
For any startup, a great business plan and targeting the right market are essential. But then comes the hard part of running the fledgling enterprise.
The world improves one great idea at a time. Ask the Kenyan who turned a bicycle into a cellphone charger. Or the South African...
Entrepreneurs Scott and Julie Brusaw use crowdfunding to bring a powerful idea to the world.