The critics shared provide in a story-telling style insight on African Entrepreneurship Intelligence. We need to change our self-perception, value the treasures of our identity, of what makes Africa a great continent, and use it in every realm for long-term prosperity. It implies freedom, entrepreneurship, access to education and any form of developing literacy. The blog has one goal: inspire Africans to be the prime actors of our continent's shift.
Iselle Akwoue shares Tips on how women-owned businesses can move up the ladder of success to transform Africa's economy through private entreprise.
"Iselle, why are you mad at Trump's remark?" Asked a friend laughing at my frown. After all, Africa is definitely writing its own history, thanks also to entrepreneurs. We are redefining the landscape. It is not enough. Less words, more action.
African Women raise figures and eyebrows thanks to the increasing role they play via entrepreneurship. Managing their companies and resources, providing jobs, improving their communities, leaving autonomy values legacy for generations to follow.
The World just celebrated the International Women's Rights Day. How can we also, between sisters, acting as leaders who inspire, make it a right to heal and a right to give?
The Tony Elumely Foundation Entrepreneurship programme just opened its 3rd edition portal. It is also an opportunity for accomplished business community members to mentor the next generation and take part to the seed of the century programme.