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[Must Watch] Wie Afrika können die Nutzung Ihrer traditionellen Kenntnisse, Fortschritte zu machen

“A steht für Apfel”.
Dies ist einer der ersten Sätze jedes afrikanische Kind (in einem englischsprachigen Land) lernt in der Schule im frühen Leben.
Aber, wie viele Kinder in Afrika südlich der Sahara haben tatsächlich gesehen, wie ein echter apple?
Nicht viele.
Äpfel sind nicht native nach Afrika und Sie sind sehr unwahrscheinlich, dass Funktion in der Tag-zu-Tag Realitäten der wachsenden Kinder auf dem Kontinent.
Also, wenn die Bildung soll Menschen helfen, zu verstehen, zu erforschen und zu beherrschen Ihre Realität, wie kommt Afrika auch weiterhin zu leihen und anwenden von importierten Ideen und Konzepte, die haben sehr wenig Relevanz für die Kontinent-Umgebung?
Vor der Ankunft der Europäer, Afrikaner entwickelt hatte, Ihre eigenen traditionellen und indigenen Wissens in verschiedenen Bereichen des menschlichen Strebens — aus Landwirtschaft und Justiz, Medizin und Philosophie.
Aber mit der Verwestlichung viele Afrikaner jetzt nach unten schauen auf Ihr Kulturerbe und indige..

Treffen die zündende kenianischen Unternehmer bauen ein Reich in den healthcare-Markt

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Afrika ist reichlich “gesegnet” mit den Problemen, die verschleiern riesige und beachtliche Geschäftsmöglichkeiten.
Das Gesundheitswesen in Afrika ist eines dieser Probleme.
Mit dem unzureichend finanzierten und ineffektiven öffentlichen Krankenhäusern, und eine signifikante Abwanderung der afrikanischen ärzte in den Westen, es ist einfach zu schreiben, aus dem Kontinent der healthcare-Markt.
Afrika hat 11 Prozent der Weltbevölkerung, trägt aber 25 Prozent der weltweiten Krankheitslast. Dies ist genau der Grund, warum Afrika präsentiert eine riesige Nachfrage (und Chance) für healthcare-services.
Dr. Maxwel Okoth ist der Gründer der Ruai Family Hospital ” in Kenia.
In dem kurzen interview erklärt er, wie während seines Praktikums nach der medizinischen Schule, er erlebt hautnah die Probleme der Menschen mit Zugang, Erschwinglichkeit und Verfügbarkeit des Gesundheitswesens in seinem Land.
Er spürte einen tiefen Drang, etwas zu tun, über dieses problem.
Bewaffnet n..

How these Successful African Entrepreneurs Raised Capital for Their Businesses

“I don’t have the capital.”
“Nobody wants to give me capital.”
“The banks have turned me down five times.”
These are some of the most common reasons people give for not starting or growing their businesses.
Access to capital is arguably the biggest threat to entrepreneurs around the world. And every year, thousands of passionate people – especially in Africa – give up on their business ideas, projects and dreams just because they can’t find capital.
But is lack of capital really the “serial killer of business dreams” that we claim it is?
In my experience and opinion, lack of capital is largely a convenient excuse. Yes, it’s true. In fact, I have found that capital is actually more abundant and available in today’s world.
And I have proof!
The problem is, many entrepreneurs who need capital don’t know where to look for it. That’s why the real problem is actually a lack of awareness about where and how to raise capital, and not a lack of capital.
Over the last decade, more capit..

From Zambia to Harvard, and how she inspired her country’s first Robotics team

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Sela Kasepa attended her first semester at Harvard University in August last year.
Just months prior, the 21-year-old was mulling over her education, uncertain of her future plans. That changed after watching a CNN insert featuring the first Pan African Robotics competition founded by Dr. Sidy Ndao.
Kasepa was captivated.
That same evening, she took a chance and sent a cold email to Dr. Ndao inquiring about robotics. Two days later, he responded with encouragement to pursue robotics.
Sela found inspiration from the Pan African Robotics founder and her interaction with him made her believe that she too could create with her hands. This encounter set a trail for her journey as a robotics mentor.
Kasepa never imagined one day she would take a mechanics class, let alone at the prestigious Harvard University.
Kasepa completed her schooling with funding from the Zambia Institute of Sustainable Development (ZISD), acing her GCSEs with 10 distinctions in 10 subjects. She ..

4 Interesting Ways To Improve Your Business In A Down Economy

The past two years have been tough for some of Africa’s biggest economies.
Nigeria, South Africa and Angola, among others, have been hit with varying degrees of economic challenges, and have struggled to limp out of recessions.
Times have been really hard for both small and big businesses. Hard economic times affect customer demand, which affects sales. And the adverse foreign exchange situation has skyrocketed the cost of doing business.
But even in these hard times, it’s very easy for entrepreneurs to get caught up with blaming external factors for our business woes.
We say things like:
“The government is not creating an enabling environment for small businesses.”
“I don’t have access to credit.”,
“My business is not located in a prime spot.”
And if you’re in my country – Nigeria — you might say “I don’t have 24-hour power supply”.
Most entrepreneurs believe that their business fortunes will turn around if all these “external” factors could work in their favor.
The list ..

The Top Business and Investment Opportunities In Nigeria

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The past year has been one of economic progress for Nigeria, with Africa’s largest economy managing to crawl back into growth territory in the second quarter of 2017.
Often regarded as Africa’s sleeping giant, Nigeria has the potential to become one of the world’s most inspiring economic success stories given the size and scale of business and investment opportunities it presents.
The Nigerian government has realised that they need to make the country as attractive and lucrative as possible for offshore investors to bring their capital, skills and business trade into the country.
One way is to provide tax holidays to “pioneer companies,” who are engaged in the production of export goods, establishing new industries, or expanding production in vital sectors of the economy.
Pioneer companies that are eligible under the Industrial Development (Income Tax Relief) Act can enjoy an income “tax holiday” for a period of up to five years.
In addition, pioneer companies enjo..

Most businesses fail because they don’t have a soul. Here’s what I mean…

“Find yourself, and be that.” – Anonymous.
A recipe for success in any aspect of life, regardless of industry, culture, continent, religion, race or color, is finding the most authentic version of yourself and expressing it.
Look closely at the most successful people in different areas of life and you’ll find a common thread that runs among them. They all have a keen awareness of who they are and what they are about.
As a result, they are able to approach life authentically and with purpose, and that’s one of the key reasons for their success.
This same fact is also true in business.
Name any successful business that has withstood the test of time – CocaCola, Disney, Walmart, Guinness, and others – and I will show you a business that knows who they are and what they are about.
That’s what I define as the “soul” of a business.
The journey of an entrepreneur is often fraught with different challenges. It’s often filled with a lot of bumps and more often than not the entrepreneur s..

How to Promote your Business on TV and Radio for FREE

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Do you want to learn the secret to promoting your business on TV and radio for free?? If YES, here is a step by step guide to advertising on TV and radio FREE.
A good way to promote your business is through radio jingles and TV adverts; this is because millions of audience can be reached through this medium of advert. The major setback with radio and TV adverts is that the cost of placing an advert on radio or TV is on the high side, and a lot of business owners and entrepreneurs especially new starters cannot afford the high cost of placing these adverts.
The question now is whether there is a means entrepreneurs can leverage on to advertise their businesses without paying the high costs associated with radio and TV adverts? This article will focus on how to take advantage of radio and TV shows and programs to advertise your business for free.
How to Promote your Business on TV and Radio for FREE1. Choose a Program
The first step is to select a program or different set of programs; ..

3 Tipps für die Suche nach dem Richtigen Banking-Partner in Afrika

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Home to some of the fastest growing economies in the world, Africa has an abundance of attractive investment opportunities.
Emerging market and developing economies are anticipated to grow 4.1% – far faster than advanced economies, according to the recently released Global Economics Prospect report, who also cite Ethiopia, Tanzania, Côte d’Ivoire and Senegal as some of the fastest growing economies on the continent, and in the world.
Tapping into the opportunities that come from that growth – whether as an individual or entrepreneur – will likely leave you in search of a dedicated financial services provider. But how do you go about finding a stable partner? We suggest asking these 3 key questions:
1) What’s Their Strength & Expertise? You need to assess whether they can provide the required products adapted to Africa’s need, and if they have the financing to support your development if you’re coming to them as an individual or entrepreneur.
What asset class do t..

Diese Sind Der Top-500-Investoren und Organisationen, die Investitionen in afrikanische Unternehmen

Africa is full of amazing business opportunities.
But without capital, most businesses can’t get off the ground.
As a result, there are thousands of passionate people across Africa who give up on their business ideas and projects because they don’t have the financial means.
Lack of capital is one of the biggest threats to entrepreneurs across the world, especially in tough business environments like Africa.
In fact, most people say it’s hard – almost impossible – for entrepreneurs to raise capital on the continent, especially if you’re a startup.
They claim that nobody wants to invest in businesses in Africa.
Guess what?
It’s not entirely true.
And I have proof!
In this article, I explore a handful out of over 500 organisations, investment firms and private investors that invest millions of dollars in African businesses every year.
I also share examples of African businesses that each of them has invested in.
In my opinion, “lack of capital” is not the problem. The real prob..

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