Success Stories


Africa Report TV series showcases successful entrepreneur Godwin Mate of Glade Digital Printing in Ghana.

At Blue lodge comfort and convenience are the keywords. This boutique guest house was started by Antoine Zammarieh, a high flier when it comes to entrepreneurship.

What does it take to be an entrepreneur? This is the question Africa Report asked Lawrence Byamukama, motivational speaker, academic and active citizen. This...

Meet Michael Amewornu and his son Benjamin. For these two creative Ghanaians, entrepreneurship runs in the family. As a father and son team, Michael...

All you need to know

Africa Report: All you need to grow your business in Africa. Welcome to this multimedia project that features successful, responsible and sustainable entrepreneurship.

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Tips and tricks

Investing in communities to promote better education, health and livelihoods is essential for the sustainability of businesses, societies and economies. That’s why corporate social...
Be remembered: what a strong slogan can do to your business.

‘Finger lickin’ good, Open Happiness, Redbull gives you wings, and Connecting people’ – do these slogans sound familiar? It probably does, as those words not only are easy to remember but also immediately bring images, colours, and even tastes from the brands they are associated with.

Business debt is easy to get into, but hard to escape. That’s why we’ve looked at some easy, effective ways to lower your business debt, starting with the most important aspect of all – discipline.
Three ways to overcome a failed business venture

Starting a venture, dedicating countless hours to its growth, and then seeing it flop is an experience that leaves many entrepreneurs unnecessarily doubting their ability to start afresh. So how can you overcome a business setback and move on to a successful new venture?

You don’t necessarily need to go corporate to be in business. Sometimes, a little bit of space at home is all you need to...

“The career of the 21st century will be protean, a career that is driven by the person, not the organisation, and that will be reinvented by the person from time to time, as the person and the environment change.” - D.T. Hall, Protean Careers in the 21st Century (1996)