Author Archive: Anzisha Team
Fabrice Alomo is the Cameroonian entrepreneur behind an innovative business that aims to solve many of the challenges surrounding online shopping in his country.
We talk to Anzisha’s Grand Prize winner from Nigeria about how he got into entrepreneurship and the problems he wants to solve.
“Don’t ever rest on the laurels of what you created today because there is always somebody else trying desperately to create more, do something better,” says Alex Okosi.
Young entrepreneurs typically face exceptional challenges getting businesses off the ground.
The Anzisha Prize is thrilled to announce this year’s winner of the $25,000 Grand Prize in the 5th year of Africa’s premier award for youth entrepreneurship.
Stellar keynote speaker and judges lined up for Anzisha Prize 2015 Africa youth entrepreneurship awards
The Anzisha Prize is proud to announce a celebrated youth advocate as keynote speaker for Anzisha Prize Awards Gala for 2015.
‘Electricity supply is really important for the development of a country. Without electricity, New York or Johannesburg would just be villages.’
Daniel Mukisa has developed a strategic business and employee remuneration model that has helped his e-commerce delivery service grow quickly in Uganda.
Ivorian Gabriel Kombassere (18) is young, passionate and determined. He is also a social entrepreneur who wants Africa’s youth to start viewing agriculture as a viable business option.
Here are this year’s top 12 finalists for the Anzisha Prize, and why they deserve to be in the running for the title of Africa’s top young entrepreneur in 2015.