This week Entrepreneurial Edge goes across Africa for the story of an entrepreneur that has its roots on the fertile volcanic shores of Lake Kivu in Rwanda near the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) four thousand eight hundred feet above sea level. This is where entrepreneur, Kevin Mbundu, Co-Founder of Kivu Noir Coffee grows his coffee. They call it Red Bourbon Arabica coffee – the man himself calls it the freshest coffee in the world and has ambitions to take it global. This is his story….
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