By George Bamu on November 3, 2013
RTI International Office in Nairobi, Kenya
At a recent career fair in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi, business leaders from Kenya, as well as foundations and sponsors from the United States, gathered to discuss, exhibit and answer questions about strategies for job creation, business start-up and success in the age of information technology.
Sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation, the event brought together international NGO’s, contractors, donors, local partners and candidates to exchange information on issues around entrepreneurship, business ideas, the financial services, loans, and team building.
“Africa is one of the fastest regional economies of the world,” said Aaron Williams, Executive Vice President, International development at RTI International.…
By Africa Agenda on April 4, 2012
We take a look at the views of Charles Brewer of DHL Express and Wayne Hartman of Engen petroleum about the dynamics of African development. While it is not uncommon to come across lots of challenges throughout the continent, these problems can be overcome.
Africa’s challenges are not unmanageable, says DHL and Engen
Jaco Maritz- March 8,2012
Speaking at the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum in Cape Town last week, managers from both DHL and Engen identified Africa’s weak transport infrastructure as a major challenge of operating on the continent. Both, however, said that managing this and the continent’s other difficulties are not impossible.…