Andy Agaba tells the story of how he founded Hiinga, a Christ-Centered Impact Investing Fund. He discusses the fact that poverty is multi-generational, and so, solutions should also focus on more than one generation.
Originally published by The Gospel Coalition Africa, this blog looks at how the Bible provides guidance for the person in customer service, and the author provides three helpful reminders for engaging with customers and clients in a Christ-honouring way.
Nissi Ekpott is passionate about leveraging intra-Africa trade and investment opportunities, for the benefit of everyone involved. Believing that sharing knowledge and skills is one of the best ways to achieve multi-generational impact, he shares 5 principles that provide practical encouragement and timely reminders of the call to bring social justice in and through business.
From more than 2 decades' experience, Jacques de Vos shares how to successfully launch new mobile and digital offerings in diverse African contexts. He firmly believes that combining the benefits of technology, and translating that into economic benefits for local citizens, are key enablers for creating productive societies on the continent.
Afrika Mhlophe is the passionate author of three books that deal with 'contemporary and contentious issues', such as what it means to truly follow Christ within the context of African traditions. In this article, he reveals eight profound insights that will enable business leaders to navigate cultural complexity wisely.
Paul knows what it takes to successfully sell high quality products from Africa in the American retail market. Convinced that business is supposed to 'do good', he offers practical advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, and identifies four trends in the agricultural trade relationship between the two continents.
An expert in the Kenyan law, energy and structured finance sectors, Nelson is passionate about the concept of a God-given generational purpose – that each generation has its own contribution to make, while being connected to a bigger narrative.
As an American entrepreneur living in Africa for almost 20 years, Rodger explains why it is so important to transition from an informed observer to an active participant, in order to successfully impact another cultural community.