This section contains thought leadership from the Anzisha Team about hot topics in entrepreneurship.
6 mois sont passés après cet incroyable séjour passé sur le campus de l’African Leadership Academy dans la fabuleuse ville de Johannesburg. 6 mois pendant lesquels…
My name is Domitila Silayo; I am 22years old, core founder of Jatropha Herbal Soap and the 2nd runner up of the Anzisha Prize competition…
Melissa Mbazo asked four judges the same three questions to find out what they think the key ingredients are for young entrepreneurial success. Here is what they had to say.
Entrepreneurs in Africa typically face a wide variety of challenges, most notably access to finances, investor confidence and lack of infrastructure. But for the continent’s youngest entrepreneurs, these challenges are even more severe.
Ugandan Titus Mawano is the 23-year-old entrepreneur behind Ffene, an award-winning business management platform for African small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that assists with accounting, customer and inventory management.
A look at last year’s finalists and what made their application stand out in the Anzisha Prize selection process.
What happens when you put amazing young entrepreneurs and mentors into a room for a great debate? You get an amazing collection of knowledge! We…
Gonjetso Chinyama is a young entrepreneur based in Malawi. His advice to other budding entrepreneurs is to not be afraid of failure.
You’ve been nurturing your startup for a few years. You’ve established that there is a demand for your product or service, but now you need to grow the business.