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The Association of Students of African Heritage (ASAH) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam introduces you to the African Business Day 2017 through #MyAfrica! What is #MyAfrica? Through this campaign, we wish to bring the world into contact with more postive images and perspectives on Africa! Want to join us? Don't be afraid and send your video to firstname.lastname@example.org Created by: VUES (email@example.com) Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/asahnl www.asah-eur.nl
OPEN FOR MORE INFO! The 2nd annual African Business Day takes place on May 19th 2016. Don't miss out and get your tickets today. TICKETS: https://goo.gl/nZxZ8K MORE INFORMATION: http://asah-eur.nl/africanbusinessday/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/asahabd/ ---------------------------------------------------------------
Want to know what’s going on in fast-growing Africa? How do businesses and entrepreneurs innovate? Discover opportunities and lessons from this great continent at the African Business Day, which takes place on the Erasmus campus on Friday 26 and Saturday 27th of May. Don’t miss the inspiring speakers from companies such as Facebook & CNN, interactive workshop sessions from Rabobank & Shell, and network with current and future leaders of Africa. Sign up now! Tickets are only €5 for students and includes a walking dinner! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/african-business-day-2017-tickets-24738907739?aff=eac
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On the 27th of May, ASAH held their 3rd African Business Day at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam! Weren't there to witness it yourself? Check out the aftermovie and stay tuned for the next edition! Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/asahnl www.asah-eur.nl
Being part of ASAH (The association of students of African heritage), students Sarah El Boukhallouki and Ranya Bellouki are on a mission to 'Redefine Africa'! Together they organized the African Business Day 2016. "Every time that Africa gets mentioned as a continent, it goes hand in hand with famine, poverty and political instability. But Africa also has a different story to tell. It is the continent that has great potential as a human capital resource, there is immense growth in GDP, and the opportunities it has for renewable energy.. these are the stories that are never being mentioned."
Islamic Finance is one of the fastest growing areas of international finance. According to the World Bank, Shariah compliant financial assets are currently estimated at roughly $2 trillion - covering bank and non-bank financial institutions, capital markets, money markets and insurance. This week's episode takes a look at how this sector is thriving on the continent: Alishia Seckam speaks to Ameen Hassen, Head of Shari'ah Banking at Standard Bank, and Nadir Thokan, Investment Strategist at 27four.
On the 19th of May, ASAH held their 2nd African Business Day at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam! Weren't there to witness it yourself? Check out the aftermovie and stay tuned for the next edition! Contact us: email@example.com www.facebook.com/asahnl www.asah-eur.nl
Met #MyAfrica wil ASAH je kennis laten maken met de minder bekende kanten van Afrika! Bezoek onze African Business Day 2017 op 26 en 27 mei om nog meer te ontdekken! Tickets: https://www.bit.ly/ABDtickets Created by: VUES (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Africa's economic challenges in 2017 It's been a tough ride for most African economies in 2016, with the plunge in commodity prices for oil producing nations in Africa. Nigeria slipping into recession and losing its position as the biggest economy on the continent. South Africa escaping credit rating downgrades and with the call for the CFA franc currency to be reviewed because it is outdated among others issues ... But with all these developments, what is then to be expected this year?… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2017/01/05/africa-s-economic-challenges-in-2017 Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africanews is a...
African FinTech players are becoming increasingly important players in the continent's financial services industry. It's the new and innovative ideas from this sector that are ensuring in part to thank for rising financial inclusion. On this week's episode of Africa Inc, Alishia Seckam and her guests Dominique Collett, Head of AlphaCode and Angus Brown, Founder of Banking Acumen discuss the opportunities in the FinTech space. She also chats to two companies that are disrupting the financial sector with their products — Mama Money and Isazi Consulting.
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Dambisa Moyo on China's economic role in Africa. | Why hedge funds look for directors in the Cayman Islands. | What to expect from the week's employment reports. Please visit http://nyti.ms/KP4uzg in order to embed this video. Watch more videos at http://nytimes.com/video
Dambisa Moyo speaks to Louise Story of The New York Times about China's economic role in Africa (July 2, 2012). Dambisa Moyo on China's economic role in Africa. | Why hedge funds look for directors in the Cayman Islands. | What to expect from the week's employment . Elkanah Odembo, Kenya's ambassador to the U.S., discusses China's activities in Africa.
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This -- Business Day's third advertisement in the "Understand your country. Or lose it" campaign -- deals with the issues of governance and the national housing crisis. The advert encourages debate and discussion around the appropriation of South Africa's tax resources by highlighting the issue from the perspective of those most directly affected by it -- the country's poorest citizens.
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Highlights from London Business School's Africa Day 2012 , 'Africa Taking Ownership: Successes & Challenges'. During the past year, Africa has held up remarkably well despite controversial evidence of rising wealth inequality, deteriorating public finances, and stagnating growth in western economies. Africa's economic liberalisation, growing middle-class, and entrepreneurial success stories are increasingly coming to epitomise the world's hope and aspirations for "emerging markets". Consequently, the conversation around Africa's ownership role of affairs on the Continent has been growing louder. Especially, as African countries begin to play a more prominent role in world affairs and more and more multinationals incorporate Africa into their global strategy. Acknowledging this emergin...
The Oxford Business Forum Africa, held at Saïd Business School, will featured keynote addresses, focused panel discussions, masterclass sessions and networking opportunities. Convening around 300 delegates and 30 speakers, the Forum offered unrivalled insight into business on the continent from the boldest innovators and decision makers in Africa. This panel included: Yvonne Ike, MD Sub-Saharan Africa, Bank of America Merrill Lynch James Mwangi, CEO Dalberg Phuti Mahanyele, CEO Sigma Capital McLean Sibanda, CEO Innovation Hub Africa Farai Gundan, Forbes Africa For more information, visit: http://oxfordbfa.com/
Today we look at a very important product in the global food system. This is the number one starch vegetable in the world, and the only unrefined starch within the starchmarket. In South Africa, this product produces an incredible 2.18 million tons. The good old potato! Like many other industries, the potato industry also has its own challenges. With the unprecedented weather conditions, the potatoes with a more elongated texture than normal, some farmers parcels was turned down from firt-degree to third-degree, while there is nothing wrong with the potatoes themselves. Chris Burgess together with Rozie McKenzie investigates this industry. They also visit Potatoes SA.
Living and Doing Business in Africa: Senegal Edition w/ RJ Mahdi to learn more investing in Senegal go to www.madeinafricaproject.com follow RJ on social at https://www.facebook.com/rjmahdi1 Please visit www.dynastamir.com for indigenous African creativity, art, jewelry, and clothing. www.searchforuhuru.com to support our projects. Lastly, buy one of my children's books at https://www.amazon.com/Dynast-Amir/e/B00HYQYSWE/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2?qid=1470021938&sr=8-2. P instagram:dynastamir instagram:searchforuhuru facebook:searchforuhuru twitter:searchforuhuru
Movemeback partnered with Stanford University for their 10th annual African Business Forum (SABF). SABF is the premier event in the Bay Area for those curious and excited about business in Africa. This year's theme was Shifting Tides: Diversifying Economies and Achieving Quality Growth. This Education Panel featured: Charles Sekwalor - cofounder & CEO of Movemeback Sabah Khan - Associate Director, MBA Admissions at Stanford Graduate School of Business Kemi Sokenu-Morris - CEO, The Oladiran Olusegun Adebutu Foundation Dr. Charles Yeboah - Managing Director, International Community Schools in Ghana Devang Vussonji - Partner, Tanzania Director, Education to Employment Practice Leader at Dalberg Global Development Advisors www.movemeback.com
Round table discussion: "2nd Annual Kwame Nkrumah Pan-African Intellectual and Cultural Festival, June 25-July 1, University of Ghana Commentator: Dr. Danaa Nantogma 1. Dr. Latif Tarik, Assistant Professor of History 2. Dr. Salim Faraji, Associate Professor of History 3. Yazid Muhammad, Ghana resident and owner of Born Again Afrikan Soul Food Restaurant in Ghana and Repatriate to Ghana
Nation in Conversation with Rozanne McKenzie takes you on a journey through South Africa’s beautiful countryside. We explore the various industries that are unique to each area and follow the locally produced products, from farm to table. We visit sugar producer Charl Senekal in Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal, and explore the variety of attractions in the area. We also talk to a few local producers and residents, and Roy McGladdery shares his incredible story with us. Chris Burgess from Landbouweekblad joins us in-studio for his weekly opinion. Mpumelelo Mkhabela investigates the challenges and opportunities in the sugar industry with his guest in-studio - Suresh Naidoo from the South African Sugar Association. Nation in Conversation… dialogue to connect. Join the conversation and remember to exe...
Nation in Conversation with Rozanne McKenzie, take you on a journey through South Africa’s beautiful countryside. We explore the various industries that are unique to each area and follow the locally produced products, from farm to table. We visit Oudtshoorn - well known for its ostrich farms and "ostrich tourism". We also look at all the different ostrich-goods produced here, and the sector’s contribution to the economy. Chris Burgess from Landbouweekblad joins Rozanne in studio with his weekly insights, and Nobri Booyzen from the "Exotic Leather Cluster" talks to Theo Vorster about what is being done to stimulate growth in this sector. Nation in Conversation… dialogue to connect. Join the conversation and remember to exercise your right as consumer – it affects us all.
A welcome from the Dean of London Business School, Sir Andrew Liekerman, to the Africa Day conference which seeks to showcase a new paradigm for doing business in Africa, calling for fresh ideas, deeper insights and renewed energy to harness the continent's enormous potential. https://clubs.london.edu/africa/