Entrepreneurs are a unique group of people. Not only do they think differently; they act differently. They draw on personality traits, habits and mind-sets to come up with ideas that straddle the line between insanity and genius. But just because you’re an original thinker and came up with an idea to replace gasoline in cars doesn’t mean you’re cut out to be an entrepreneur.Read More
The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector is crucial to Africa’s growth, currently contributing more than 45% to employment and 33% to GDP (source: ADB). However, SMME’s in Africa face growth, viability and sustainability challenges. Despite Mozambique’s commitment to growing and supporting their country’s SMMEs, these firms continue to face an extremely hostile business environment, including lack of skilled staff, burdensome regulations, tough local economic conditions, lack of finance and the high costs associated with expansion, marketing or employing staff.
Our KBA Africa Entrepreneur for the month of June is Daryl Ndoro. Daryl Ndoro a serial entrepreneur with a vision and is not afraid to take chances toward the attainment of his goals. Daryl is an entrepreneur with a difference as he has a heart for society and endeavours to ensure that all his engagements have a way of improving society in the long run.Read More
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
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
You might be wondering why you’re struggling to book enough consultations for your business. Perhaps, you might be booking in the initial calls, but wondering why no one is buying your services. If this is true, then you must change the way you think about sales.Read More