Tech billionaire Mark Cuban, who told Ryan Seacrest the “biggest mistake” an entrepreneur can make when launching a new business.
An entrepreneur on why Ethiopia is one of the continent’s greatest success stories. Ethiopia, along with Rwanda is one of the success stories reached for by economists when they are trying to look on the bright side of Africa economies - one of the pillars of this growth is oil and gas. Tewodros Ashenafi, YPO Member, Founder and Chairman of SouthWest Holdings joins CNBC Africa for more.
Rwanda is putting a focus on Technical and Vocational Education and Training, with the goal of increasing the number of students in TVET schools from 31 to 60 per cent by 2024. According to the Prime Minister, TVET is one of the most powerful tools in fighting poverty and bridging the skills gap. To tell us how having a practical skill impacted his life and the lives of his community, Gilbert Nkurunziza, shoe maker by trade, now an entrepreneur joins CNBC Africa for more.
Tania Habimana is a Rwandan-Belgian entrepreneur who co-founded NONZēRO Africa, a marketing agency focused on enterprise development and impact programs in Africa. To discuss her entrepreneurship journey as well as lessons for ambitious young businesswomen, she joins CNBC Africa for more.
Jeff Bezos started Amazon as an online bookstore in his garage in 1994. Today, Amazon has a more than $900 billion market cap and Bezos is the richest person in the world with a $116 billion fortune.
Before one becomes an entrepreneur, or a leader; experience is key, and in the competitive African job market of today, it's important to know what you're doing right and what you're doing wrong when looking for the perfect position. CNBC Africa joined by Konrad Bryczkowski, from Afpol, a recruitment agency, to give tips you need to apply.
At the inaugural Very Young Entrepreneur Education and Acceleration Summit, held in South Africa Johannesburg, CNBC Africa spoke to Daniel Mukisa, Founder, Ridelink about how he started as an entrepreneur Uganda.
Just a few days to go to the World Economic Forum 2019 in Davos Switzerland, Sean Drake founder and entrepreneur at the Wealth Project joins CNBC Africa to discuss what the year might have in store for investors and entrepreneurs.