This section contains thought leadership from the Anzisha Team about hot topics in entrepreneurship.
Five young tech entrepreneurs who have applied for the 2015 Anzisha Prize.
A sample of some of the 2015 Anzisha Prize applicants who are operating within the renewable energy and recycling space.
Here are five young entrepreneurs who are gaining a greater share of the value chain through manufacturing and processing activities.
Around 20% of applicants for the 2015 Anzisha Prize were pursuing ventures within education and youth empowerment. Here is a sample of some of the entrants.
A whopping 148 young Nigerians applied for the 2015 Anzisha Prize this year – by far the most number of entries from any country. Here is a taste of some of the applicants.
This year, there are also a number of strong women candidates for the Anzisha Prize who are defining their place in the world of social entrepreneurship. Here is a sample of them.
Three tips from Anzisha’s young entrepreneurs on how to turn an innovation into a successful business.
“My parents would always say: ‘Chi, your destiny is in your own hands – if you want to be somebody in life, make yourself useful.'”
Entrepreneurs need to be honest and realistic about their strengths and weaknesses.
Ugandan Noah Walakira was just 14 when he started Namirembe Sweater Makers, a community-based organisation that started off by manufacturing knitted jerseys for schools in Kampala.