We’ve all heard of the idea that entrepreneurs are people who see a ‘gap’ in the market and then create a product or service to address that gap. The implication is that there’s a ready market there that will snap ... Read MoreThe post Scaling Internet-Based Startups in African Markets appeared first on Afrinnovator.
Nigeria is one of the biggest and fastest growing telecom markets in Africa, attracting huge amounts of foreign investment, and is yet standing at relatively low levels of market penetration.Read MoreThe post Nigeria Telecommunications, Mobile and Broadband Report appeared first on Afrinnovator.
I had a wonderful opportunity to have a discussion with Eric Osiakwan an African tech luminary from Ghana and director of Ghana’s Cyber City initiative about startup financing in Africa, particularly in the technology sector. Eric has worked and ventured in 32 ... Read MoreThe post Rethinking Startup Finance in Africa appeared first on Afrinnovator.
Earlier this week, a group of African business and political leaders, academics, journalists and researchers met in the Gulf island nation of Bahrain for the first Geo-economics conference focused on Africa organized and hosted by the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), “The ... Read MoreThe post IISS: Emerging Africa Geo-Economics, Resourc […]
NOT AN APRIL FOOLS JOKE: Imagine you are a freelance coder in Zimbabwe during the collapse of the financial banking system in the last decade. Your local currency is going through world record inflation meaning anything you earn locally is ... Read MoreThe post Bitcoin Crypto-currency and the opportunity for a truly Pan-Africa money revolution appeared first […]