African Start-Up follows entrepreneurs in various countries across the continent to see how they are working to make their dreams become reality. It explores how they generate their ideas, formulate their business plans, raise capital and distribute their products.
From mobile apps in Ghana to fast food in Madagascar, being an entrepreneur is all about having a little faith in your product
African Start-Up goes to Nigeria and takes you inside the first annual Lagos Startup Week. Hundreds of established and new entrepreneurs converged in Lagos to share innovations, pitch ideas and get the latest information on how to market and grow their business.
This episode on African Start-Up, a tour company gives visitors a unique way to experience Rwanda’s culture, a clothing line pays homage to the Maasai of Kenya, a Zambian entrepreneur turns cooking oil into biofuel - we take you up close to businesses changing the landscape in their countries.
African entrepreneurs take on the risks of starting unique ventures to reap the rewards of a successful business. We’ll meet seven business men and women from all over the African continent that are introducing innovative products and services to their communities.
A designer leaves the security of her land management job to make jewellery, an online retail business struggles with the cost of the internet, and a cosmetic company works with farmers to source unique essential oils.