Entrepreneurship and Innovation Editor Mutiyat Ade-Salu shares a new idea on civic responsibility when it comes to supporting innovation in the Diaspora.
Ordinarily, the idea of civic responsibility promotes community service or donations by citizens within a local area or nation. But another way to think
Pape Gaye, CEO of Intrahealth International. Phil Heilberg, CEO of JARCH Companies (focused on developing natural resources in Africa). Ben Lyon, Founder of Kopo Kopo (developers of Business Operating Software). These brilliant African men are poised to share their experiences and passion to see Africa
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Editor Mutiyat Ade-Salu reveals the modern challenges to living a healthy life as an entrepreneur and shares some solutions to combat them
Georgetown’s African Business Conference Draws Large Crowds Second Year in a Row
African Business Conference” season has officially begun for the year 2017. During the winter to spring season, prestigious schools across the US hosting conferences that are focused on discussing business growth and opportunities that
“Letters to Mother Africa”, named one of the best concerts of 2016, continues with a part two coming to Aaron Davis Hall in Manhattan on March 31.
A new Morocco-based seed investment fund dedicated to providing smart capital to African startups, Outlierz, launched this week. The initiative is led by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs, and backed by some of the world’s most famous US and African serial entrepreneurs and angel investors.
The commodity super-cycle that characterized ‘Africa Rising’ has come to an abrupt end. It is time to get to the serious business of nation-building.
Tis the season to be filing. If you're an early bird, you're starting to prepare your company's tax return already. Guest contributor Jeff Badu is Ghanaian-American and a certified accountant.
As a category, luxury fashion used to be the domain of old European atelier and fashion houses. The most popular names, the most recognized brands and the most talented designers were either from, or often found their way to Europe.
But as the modern era unfolded,
I recently spoke with two entrepreneurs about the lack of support they’re seeing Nigerian startups receive from potential Nigerian investors, as well as Africans in general. While Boyede Sobitan - founder of Oja Express - hails from Chicago, Abolade Lawal is the co-founder of Scholar X