Research & publications
This guide is intended to make you understand the work of entrepreneurship support structures that are building, brick by brick,
Stanford University Collaborates with Tony Elumelu Foundation to Uncover the Behaviourism of Startup African Entrepreneurs
SUMMARY OF THE FINDINGS: Stanford University recently collaborated with the Tony Elumelu Foundation in a report to understand the entrepreneurial
On behalf of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Africa’s largest philanthropic organisation committed to empowering African entrepreneurs, it is an honour
Originally published here Africans have long engaged in capitalist economic transactions. But the type of capitalism introduced by colonialists has not
Originally published here What does Africapitalism mean? What can it mean? How can it inform business decisions and government policies?
By Kenneth Amaeshi Originally published here Africapitalism – “an economic philosophy that embodies the private sector’s commitment to the economic
By Kenneth Amaeshi & Uwafiokun Idemudia The efforts to rethink the role of business in development, especially in developing countries, have
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