“Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. Almost every young entrepreneur aspires to be a good leader, but not all can actually handle the responsibilities that come with it. It is easy to single-handedly manage a business.
As the earth continues to revolve around the sun, the business world is becoming savvier and so must new entrepreneurs. In this light, they think the journey is difficult. Looking at the responsibility that comes with entrepreneurship, most youths have decided to forsake the business world while some see it as a place for non-educated people.
Fundraising is one of the most difficult aspects of the life of a Cameroonian tech entrepreneur, and to a greater extent, entrepreneurs in most of sub-Saharan Africa. They need funds to get the right people to work with them and to buy the most necessary inputs. Funds are needed all the way through.
The thought of experiencing a business failure is one thing young entrepreneurs minimize when starting up a business. The tips below will help you to prevent any business failure. Follow them keenly.
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Politicians are not the only leaders that exist. A leader creates an inspiring vision, motivates and inspires people to be part of that vision. These are not just characteristics of political leadership, but also entrepreneurial leadership.
A common problem which most African countries face is the problem of unemployment. It wouldn’t be out of place to say that many lack jobs because there is always this dream to work with the government. Thus, a developed private sector can generate better jobs to fight unemployment.
Jim Bakoume is a Cameroonian social entrepreneur and founder of Splufic Studio. He makes sure that his business solutions are as humanly friendly as possible. It is this spirit that the entrepreneur ventured into technology, to make his business venture a successful one.
The PKFokam Institute believes Knowledge is the inexhaustible source of wealth par excellence. This was during the launch of the second edition of its awards, named “PKFokam Awards for Science and Technology.” This competition has as main objective to reward the best innovative initiatives and is open since July 15, 2018, and will run until November 15, 2018.
Just as the earth continues to revolve around the sun, agriculture will never cease to be humans’ source of food supplication. While growing up, Dam Nsoh Tanih and his family saw farming as their only means of survival. As Dam Nsoh began to find interest in agriculture, he found a better way to equip farmers with the necessary skills needed.
Entrepreneurs who are most driven by their passions for transforming societies with innovative ideas, have been the engine for creating new jobs, generating revenue and advancing innovation. One of Africa’s most illustrious entrepreneurship networks, Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs (A.Y.
Six of the world’s ten fastest growing economies are in Africa. Worst still, Africa still under-exploits its local content development as foreigners believed to possess the required expertise, still take up a majority of these public contracts. However, Muhammadu Buhari will change all that in Nigeria.
GiftedMom may be your last bus stop if you have ever dreamed of working for a credible African startup that holds pregnant women in high esteem. GiftedMom is a leading mobile health solutions provider in Africa. They leverage last mile technologies to provide pregnant women and new mothers access to health information and strengthen linkages to antenatal care.
Today’s Quote “It doesn’t die and it comes back stronger” Africa Naspers physically shuts down OLX offices across Africa The latest internet company backed by Naspers to run into troubled waters in Africa is OLX, a popular classified platform operational in 10 African countries. The news comes days after Zinox, a Nigerian technology firm bought over Naspers’ stake in Konga, a 6-year-old Nigerian e-commerce company. This move is a possible indicator that Naspers is
If you scout for information and ideas on the most revered social media platform, chances are that you must belong to one or many Facebook Groups. Unfortunately, these immediate communities of ours are bound by physical barriers, limiting its members to a given geographical setting. What if we could reach more people (members) in other parts of the world and still have the ability to share our ideas and feelings with one another? Facebook has made