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Can Your Business Survive Without You? Here’s How To Be Sure

If we were sitting down for coffee and I ask what you believe to be the most important factor for success in business, what would you say? If you’re like most people, you might respond that it’s something along the lines of perseverance, determination or talent. What if I told you that while these things […]

Investing in African Women Entrepreneurs: Highlights from Social Capital Markets (SOCAP18)

There is an immense opportunity for economic growth and social impact by investing in Africa women According to McKinsey, the female economy is the world’s largest emerging market, with the potential to add $12 trillion to global GDP by 2025. Furthermore, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rate of female […]

Mpho Maseko: Take risks or you will never know

Mpho Maseko was born in Swaziland and raised by a single mother. She completed her primary education in Swaziland and her secondary education was split between Malawi, Blantyre and Nelspruit. Her higher education started in Durban, then she completed her Bachelor of Business Administration in Johannesburg. Currently she has 14 years of work experience  from […]

Grace Ouendo: Promoting creativity and innovation in Africa

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[bctt tweet=”To develop a unique voice, blog your passions – Grace Ouendo” username=”SheLeadsAfrica”] Beninese Grace Ouendo is very passionate about Blogging and Technology. When she founded the LadyGracious blog, her aim was to promote creativity and innovation in Africa. The plan was not just to have a blog but Grace also thought it would be […]

Mahlodi Legodi: I manage the business, God owns it

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Public relations is basically free advertising. The thing is, it is important to be able to relate with the people on which your business relies. It is those relationships that will make people support your vision by choosing your product or services over your competitors. As a client I’d want some transparency, I mean who […]

Lynda Aphing-Kouassi: I have brought back with me this mindset of a winner and the power of excellence

[bctt tweet=”If you want a career that fulfils you, you need to focus on your interests rather than your qualifications -Lynda Aphing-Kouassi” username=”SheLeadsAfrica”] Lynda Aphing-Kouassi is a former banker and Founder and Director of Kaizene, a firm specializing in training, coaching and networking conferences. The process of creating African leaders and encouraging the inclusion of […]

Jackline Aseyo Kidaha: God gave me a beautiful mind to inspire others to dream bigger

[bctt tweet=”I believe in touching one life at a time – Jackline Aseyo Kidaha” username=”SheLeadsAfrica”] Jackline Aseyo Kidaha is a Kenyan lady who founded Golden Hearts for the Vulnerable (GHV Initiative), a CBO in Kangemi, Nairobi.  The 24-year-old is also the Program Coordinator at Edge Disability Mainstreaming Partners (EDMAP AGENCIES), an organisation that convenes disability […]

Toyosi Ogunmekan: The warrior #MotherlandMogul

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[bctt tweet=”Toyosi Ogunemeka is a Sickle Cell warrior whose start-up answers shortcomings in the healthcare system” username=”SheLeadsAfrica”] Toyosi Ogunmekan is a “warrior”! Yes, she is a Sickle Cell warrior who got involved in business because she noticed shortcomings in the healthcare system. Instead of getting beaten by the system, Toyosi decided to roll up her […]

How to protect your small business from day one

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[bctt tweet=”5 key steps to protect your small business from a legal standpoint” username=”SheLeadsAfrica”] Congratulations on deciding to become a  business owner! Are you wondering what you should be doing to ensure business continuity and profitability?  Below are five key steps you should consider taking, from a legal standpoint, to protect your small business. 1. Determine […]