The September Edition of African Business Review is Live
September’s issue of African Business Review is live, bringing C-level executives across the continent the latest news, tips and trends across a vast array of sectors on the continent
Modern Technologies Solve Continental Challenges
As one of the world’s fastest growing economic markets, Africa has been a familiar stomping ground for rapid technological innovation for many years now, and it should come as no surprise that the leading companies and dominating trends have found their way into the continent’s core makeup as well.
IBM’s 12th research laboratory has recently been opened in Nairobi, Kenya with a view to bringing its world leading technology solutions to Africa in an attempt to not only solve various social and economic problems, but to surpass other regions’ capabilities in some areas too. Sheree Hanna delves into the company’s strategy following an interview with Chief Scientist, Osamuyimen Stewart.
BYOD is a trend similarly etching its way into the business consciousness in Africa and Manoj Bhoola of SAP Africa analyses its plus-points from a marketing perspective.
Elsehwere, our monthly ‘Who’s the boss?’ feature takes us into the skies where Richard Bodin discusses fastjet’s pan-African quest, and Christo Botes pinpoints four tips on risk management for entrepreneurs.
Marketing: Lessons for SMEs as they Embrace the BYOD Revolution
Technology: IBM’s Research Lab Rises to meet Africa’s Challenges
Finance: Calculated Risks Contribute to Entrepreneurial Success
Leadership: Richard Bodin takes Low-Cost Airline, fastjet on a Pan-African Quest
Top 10: Top African Women Business Leaders