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What every first time entrepreneur should know about raising money from investors

By Tawanda Kembo

My company, BitFinance, has raised over $50k from 4 different investors over the last 2 years and as we’re preparing to go for another round of fundraising, I’ve been reflecting on the things that have worked for us, the lessons we’ve learnt and how much easier it would have been if someone had written a blog post that is like the one you’re reading right now.Read More

The 7 Demons You Must Defeat Before You Can Succeed In Business

The 7 Demons You Must Defeat Before You Can Succeed In Business

By John-Paul

What does it take to succeed in business?

Why do some people succeed in business, while others stutter, stumble and fail?

Think about it for a moment.

Successful entrepreneurs come in all forms, shapes and sizes. They don’t particularly fall into any specific categories that make them special.Read More

What are the biggest challenges you face as an entrepreneur?

KBA Africa is pleased to advise that we are launching our next Business Model Refinement Workshop for entrepreneurs. We already have an awesome line-up of famous entrepreneur key note speakers who will cover high level strategy topics like Finance, Sales, Marketing, Branding and Leadership. However, we would like to meet your needs by covering specific topics that entrepreneurs are really seeking to understand.Read More

KBA Africa Featured Entrepreneur for May- Mdu Moyo, CEO of Mpilo Royal

Our KBA Africa Entrepreneur for the month of May is Mduduzi Moyo, the CEO of Mpilo Royal Farming (Pvt) Ltd.

Mduduzi Moyo is a visionary entrepreneur who has initiated a ground-breaking concept for agriculture and rural development through his company Mpilo Royal Farming. Mpilo Royal Farming is an innovative agriculture based company that is focused on investing in developing rural infrastructure including drilling boreholes, setting up solar borehole pumps, solar surface pumps and as well as setting up smart agriculture and techno irrigation to monitor effective and efficient use of the solar energy and scarce water in Agriculture.Read More

Why small businesses fail

Success in business is never automatic. It isn’t strictly based on luck – although a little never hurts. It depends primarily on the owner’s foresight and organization. Even then, of course, there are no guarantees.

Starting a small business is always risky, and the chance of success is slim. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, over 50% of small businesses fail in the first year and 95% fail within the first five years.Read More

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The KBA Africa Business incubator programme helps develop and support current and new entrepreneurs to start-up businesses and equip them for survival, longevity and growth as sustainable businesses....

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