The internet wins with Insecure and gives notice to web-series content creators
Web-series based on the experiences of their creators make a way on TV. Issa Rae’s sitcom Insecure calls for the type of warm embrace you’d give a friend you haven’t seen in ages.
In this two-part series, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Editor Mutiyat Ade-Salu explores the ways in which entertainers are resurrecting the business motto “For Us, By Us” and why she’s giving this movement a new name: “Doing It For Ourselves”.
In last week’s article, I grappled with the
Scrolling through a polished website, popular shows like An African City and Girl Going Places flash across the screen. Now, from the comfort of your home from San Francisco to New York, movies like Adera or A Soweto Love Story are but a fingertip away.
For three years, young professionals, staunch businessmen, and all-around creatives have coalesced for a special evening of music, musing conversation, and mixed drinks. The occasion? The 14+ Foundation’s Annual Cocktail Benefit—“a celebration in support of children’s education in Africa.”
Founded by Nchimunya Wulf and Joseph
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Editor Mutiyat Ade-Salu asks 3 entrepreneurs in their 20s/30s for their take on the first task of setting up any business: determining a need for it.
Ask any business resource what you need to do to run a successful company or sole proprietorship
During the United Nations General Assembly, The Africa-America Institute celebrated and recognized the extraordinary dedication and pioneering achievements of US and African leaders at the AAI 2016 Annual Awards Gala. The 2016 Honorees were Aliko Dangote, Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer, Dangote Group; Ali Moshiri, President, Chevron
In cooperation with the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Center for Art & Public Policy, the Tisch Institute of Performing Arts at NYU, the Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue at NYU (Anna Deavere Smith, Founding Director), and Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National