The K@W Network:
Research by Wharton’s Valentina Assenova shows that disadvantaged entrepreneurs can grow their companies significantly in terms of revenue and employment by working with incubators.
The rise of Africa Internet Group to tech "unicorn" status reflects Africa's growth as an attractive consumer market. And more unicorns are likely to follow, Wharton experts and others say.
NREC CEO Sam Sidiqi shares how his firm hedges political and currency risks in commercial real estate developments in the MENA region. He also sees opportunities in developing Mediterranean coast[…]
Richard Arlove is CEO of Abax Corporate Services, a Mauritius-based international provider of integrated corporate, business and advisory services for private equity funds.
Hakeem Belo-Osagie is chairman of Etisalat Nigeria, one of the country’s largest mobile networks.
Acha Leke is a director in McKinsey’s Johannesburg office.
Willy Yav is the co-founder and chief commercial officer of PYGMA, a Pan-African communication, property, telecom and policy consulting firm that works in more than 15 Sub-Saharan African nations.
Social and economic activist Wendy Luhabe passionately believes in empowering women, especially when it comes to realizing their potential in contributing to the economy.
Renowned Nigerian female polo player Neku Atawodi is the founder of Malaik, an equity crowdfunding platform.
Shose Sinare is the CEO and founder of Investment Capital Group, a Tanzania-based company created by female investment bankers and a lawyer.
Tabitha Karanja is CEO of Keroche Breweries, Kenya’s only homegrown brewery.