Saturday, December 7, 2019

Rachel Sibande: Malawi’s Female Techpreneur – Founder of MHub

Rachel Chimwemwe Sibande is a Malawian technology expert, computer scientist, STEM educator, social entrepreneur and innovator. She is the Founder and Director of Malawi`s First innovation Hub and incubator for emerging start-ups, entrepreneurs and innovators, mHub. Rachel is an entrepreneur in the technology and energy space. Apart from the Hub, Rachel is Chairperson at Girl Effect Malawi...

McDonald’s Fires CEO Estherbrook Over Relationship

McDonald's disclosed that its Chief Executive Officer Steve Easterbrook has been dismissed after violating the company's policy by engaging in a consensual relationship with an employee. The fast-food giant said the former president and CEO displayed poor judgment. McDonald’s forbids managers from having any sort of romantic relationships with...

Kase Lawal: A Nigerian In diaspora worth $3 Billion

Kase Lukman Lawal is one of the most successful business persons from Africa. Kase Lawal Lukman was born and raised in Ibadan, Nigeria on the 30th of June 1954 and according to CNN: "he is the epitome of the American dream". Lawal, a young and idealist student arriving in the United States, has...

Instagram stories could be the future of Advertisement: Zuckerberg

Instagram stories is a social media format where Instagram(ers) post a visual scrapbook of videos and photos that disappear after 24 hours.  The usage of this feature is fast rising as over Over 500 million active stories users in the world daily. Approximately 59 per cent of MILLENNIALS AND 70 present...

Sijibomi at 33, making billions with Real Estate

Investing In Real Estate has always been a Gold mine for people who work the angle right. It is safe to say that Sijibomi Ogundele is one who continues to Excel in the real estate field.  He is a man to watch out for as far as the revolution of Nigeria’s prime real estate...

Dr Ola Brown; CEO of Flying Doctors Nigeria

Flying doctors is the first of its kind in West Africa, thanks to Dr Ola Orekunrin Brown who is currently 33 years of age, Nigeria can now boast of having its first-ever Air Ambulance Service. Dr Ola Orekunrin Brown is a medical doctor, helicopter pilot and the healthcare entrepreneur founder of Flying Doctors Nigeria, a company that has gotten...

Alibaba faces over 300 million hacking attempts daily

Alibaba’s founder ‘Jack Ma’ says, the Company prevents approximately three hundred million hacking attempt daily thanks to its advanced computing capabilities  “For Alibaba Group, we have over 300 million hacking attempts per day. Every day. But we deal (with) it. We don’t have even one problem,” Ma told the Forbes Global CEO Conference earlier this week. Also read: Forbes Honors Jack...

Forbes Honors Jack Ma with ‘Lifetime achievement award’

Alibaba founder Jack Ma influence in the entrepreneurs market endures, despite the fact that he stepped down from one of the world's largest e-commerce businesses this September, he was honoured with the Malcolm S.Forbes 'lifetime achievement Award' at the high-profile ‘Forbes world chief executive officer conference command’ in Singapore on Tuesday night. For his entrepreneurship Making him the first business person to win this award...

5 Nigerian Startups to watch out for

The biggest economy and most populated country in Africa, Nigeria is a paradise for startups and tech companies, with the Africa-leading support ecosystem and massive venture capital ready to back promising Nigeria businesses. Nigeria is a perfect place for companies aiming at explosive growth and a great base camp to conquer Africa and the world at large.

Gousto’s CEO: from being hungry to owning millions

In a search for an easy way to cook and eat decent means at home, in the year 2012, Timo Boldt who was only a 26 years old finance professional at the time(2012) says he never had time to go to supermarkets, cause he worked long hours in the city of London. He said "Even if I...

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