Successful Entrepreneur

  • Your Most Important "X-Factor" as an Entrepreneur

    People think that if they start a business, that instantly makes them an entrepreneur. But there is a big difference between being an entrepreneur and being entrepreneurial. And a true entrepreneur is not made, he or she is born.Read More »

  • Entrepreneurship is an Attitude

    "What is entrepreneurship? Is it a destination or a journey? To me, entrepreneurship is an attitude" – York Zucchi, healthcare entrepreneur and venture capitalist

     
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    A young female tailor and aspiring entrepreneur - Tania Habimana, travels across Africa making suits for established business people - she uses this opportunity as a way to interview, gain insights and advice from Africans who have made it both in and out of Africa. Read More »

  • Africa’s Best Young Entrepreneurs for 2015

    Next month February 2015, Mfonobong Nsehe, a contributor on Forbes will publish the 2015 ranking of the 30 Under 30: Africa’s Best Young Entrepreneurs. This is the third year of the ranking list. According to Mfonobong, the list is the most definitive guide to Africa's entrepreneurial best – the youthful game changers and visionaries who are building the companies that will lead in the future. Nominations is now on as Mfonobong is looking to identify 30 of Africa’s brightest, most ambitious and unsung young entrepreneurial stars. Read More »

  • Most Successful Women in Africa

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    Africa’s Most Successful Women introduces you to the most outstanding African women who are making giant strides in business, politics, technology, entrepreneurship and leadership on the continent and elsewhere around the world.

     
    Today, we feature Mo Abudu. She is a 50 year-old Nigerian media entrepreneur and talk show host, is the founder of Ebony Life TV, a fast-growing black African multi-broadcast entertainment network, which showcases informative and entertaining programmes that portray Africa at its best.Read More »

  • To Succeed, You Must Be Willing To Fail

    "Life is too short to spend your time avoiding failure. In 1981, at the age of 39, I was fired from the only full-time job I'd ever had — a job I loved.

     
    Bloomberg says that this failure gave him the push he needed to start his own company based on an "unproven idea that nearly everyone thought would fail: making financial information available to people, right on their desktops."Read More »

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