Published on 10/12/2014
Published on 19/06/2014
Through AFD, The Economist, ADB, Deloitte, McKinsey, the Guardian to name but a few, the news talks about African middle classes as sign of economic recovery in Africa and guarantors of a substantial purchasing power which should attract investors.
Published on 02/06/2014
Published on 16/04/2014
Published on 04/04/2014
The family tax: cultural heritage or economic burden to the rise of the African executives?That is the question that arose Benin Professor Leonard Wantchekon and that we highlight in this writing.
Published on 15/01/2014
Afrik'Eya gives you the floor today. Through a questionnaire covering socio-economic and political issues, grant us 20 minutes of your time to express your point of view and compare it with that of other Africans.
Published on 20/09/2013
Undertake in Africa: The Green Start Up Challenge
D Day-3 to give a serious impulsion to your project at the Green Start Up Challenge, a competition for green growth, innovation and social entrepreneurship in Africa. The winners will be granted a place in the “incubateur 2iE” (if their company is not yet created) or in the “pépinière 2iE” (if the company is already created). And this from January 2014, for a defined support duration according to the projects needs. So, whether you are an accomplished or a young entrepreneur, you can try your luck before September 15th, 2013.
To apply, you need to:
For more information and advices about the contest and the application modalities, please visit our 2iE partners’ page: http://www.2ie-edu.org/2ie-lance-green-start-up-challenge/. Hurry up, there is no time to wast !!!
Published on 25/06/2013
Forthcoming launch of the "Travelogue"
Dear visitors, on June 27 will be the opening of a new section on your website: the "Travelogue". The objective of this section is to discover every country in Africa through the experiences of people who live or have stayed even a short time. This will make it possible to visit Africa from your computer screen, tablet, phone, etc. But remember: the best is yet to go there for yourself !