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Anyone who does business in our region understands how important Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is as a travel hub. Friends in Kampala and Dar talk ruefully about ‘having to go through Nairobi’ to make connections East and West. But … Continue reading
The other day, a very senior PR practitioner in Uganda asked me a very good question. Why was it, he asked, that in a column about Marketing, I frequently strayed away from hardcore issues like branding. Why talk about HR … Continue reading
A gig economy is an environment in which temporary positions are common and organisations contract with independent workers for short-term engagements. It’s was coined during global financial crisis of 2009. Newly unemployed professionals sought short-term compensation by ‘gigging’ – working a series … Continue reading
A global opportunity. Healthcare on the African Continent is either in the hands of Government or a big business opportunity. Ironically some of the best healthcare provision falls in between those two camps, with semi-charitable organisations like the Aga Khan … Continue reading
PARIS: Retailers and brand owners are reporting an increased interest in luxury products in Africa, with demand growing at home and abroad for high-end indigenous brands, in addition to established western players.