A successful serial entrepreneur, Scott Friesen points out that every job created in Africa represents the potential for not only one life to change – but for a whole family to break the cycle of poverty.
Philip shares how a community of entrepreneurs and investors have found a way to blend faith with work that produces fruit. Together they are positively impacting Africa by solving pressing problems in their local communities.
Convinced that investing in women entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa is one of the most effective ways to alleviate poverty, Allie quit her job in San Francisco and moved to Nairobi. Four years' later, she has seen the lives of countless families changed through business coaching and access to capital.
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.
Shawn is passionate about supporting entrepreneurs with the skills, insight and access to market opportunities – because it extends impact beyond one person’s life. Believing that a leader's ability to navigate a challenging work environment is key to not only running successful businesses, but also building a healthy society, he shares 5 lessons in meaningful mentorship and leadership development.
Gideon Galloway, CEO of King Price insurance, answers five quick-fire questions about creativity in business. He points out that since no-one really knows what the future holds, cultivating a culture of creativity - that enables employees to suggest streetwise solutions and make decisions quickly - is the best risk-mitigating strategy.
In this candid interview, Sammy and Sibs discuss the redemptive role filmmaking can play in supporting social justice in South Africa, and why it is so important to embrace our daily work as a calling from God.
An entrepreneur in the cosmetic and medical product manufacturing space, Kerryne offers a few practical examples of how Christians in business can make a tangible contribution to the social justice landscape in South Africa.
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.
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