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    Video: Chinese Billionaire Jack Ma’s Full Speech in Kenya

    China’s Jack Ma announces support for African entrepreneurs, conservation efforts during his visit to Kenya. Earlier in July 2017, the Chinese billionaire and Founder of Alibaba; Jack Ma announced a $10 million fund for young African entrepreneurs building online businesses on the continent. The news came during his well-publicised...
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    Chika Uwazie on HR Payroll Startup TalentBase Raising US$2 million to Expand

    Chika Uwazie shares on how TalentBase pays people without bank accounts, how they will get beyond organic growth and their latest fundraising round. Meet Chika Uwazie, Co-Founder, and CEO of TalentBase, a Nigerian a Human Resources and Payroll software for growing businesses across Africa, a solution she and her team...
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    Interview: Kenfield Griffith – Disrupting the global research market with mSurvey.

    Entrepreneurship In Emerging Markets: Engaging Conversations At Scale with Kenfield Griffith, CEO & Co-Founder of mSurvey Startup from Nairobi, Kenya. With thousands of consumers coming online every day, continental Africa is fertile ground for not only consumer goods, but targeted consumer product marketing. As consumer potential rises exponentially, data...
  • Interview: Rebecca Enonchong and Michael Ike on Why Culture Matters.

    In this episode of African Entrepreneurs interview, SmartMonkey TV caught up two budding Entrepreneurs Rebecca Enonchong (Cameroon) and Michael Ike (Nigeria) on “Why Culture Matters”. Rebecca Enonchong – Cameroon Rebecca Enonchong is the Chair of ActivSpaces, Cameroon and talks about: the differences between the Anglophone and Francophone start-up worlds....
  • Interview: Nnenna Nwakanma on Africa’s Data Revolution and Open Government

    Nnenna Nwakanma shares on Africa’s Data Revolution and Open Government for citizens Meet Nnenna Nwakanma, Nigerian technology advocate and Africa Regional Coordinator for the Worldwide Web Foundation. In this video Nnenna shares about: the Worldwide Web Foundation’s Open Data Programme; the African Data Consensus and the difference between data...
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    Interview: Dayo Osikoya – The Code School, Ghana

    The Code School is an 8-week intensive beginner-friendly coding school at the iSpace Innovation Hub in Accra run by Dayo Osikoya and his team. Interested participants are taken through the fundamentals of technical skills needed to make beautiful web and mobile apps. I interviewed Dayo Osikoya, Founder and CEO...
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    Interview: Dayo Osikoya – Founder – The Code School, Ghana

    The Code School is an 8-week intensive beginner-friendly coding school at the iSpace Innovation Hub in Accra run by Dayo Osikoya and his team. Interested participants are taken through the fundamentals of technical skills needed to make beautiful web and mobile apps. I interviewed Dayo Osikoya, Founder and CEO...
  • StelooLive – Defining House Music Genre in Ghana

    Today’s young Africans are more inspired and determined to cause a change with their ideas than ever. These Entrepreneurs, Developers, Innovators, Inventors and Fashion/Music startups are very fervent in their quest to transform the African continent with their ideas and skills than the earlier generation. Not everyone understands House...
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    Interview: Ghanaian Startup NandiMobile Moving Into Next Phase of Business

    Interview with Edward Tagoe, co-founder: NandiMobile On Moving Into Next Phase of Business In March 2011 the Ghanaian startup NandiMobile was awarded the Best Business Award at the LAUNCH Conference in San Francisco, where more than 100 start-ups from around the world presented and debuted their products and services. Almost...