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Thu, 05 Jul 2018 18:01:00 GMT

Le Rôle des Chambres de Commerce et D’Industrie dans la Promotion des Partenariats Innovants en Afrique

Dans ce premier épisode du #ToutAfroToutBusiness , Vénicia Guinot a eu l’honneur de recevoir Olivier Kamanzi, Président de l’AGCC – African Global Chamber of Commerce (Chicago) sur le plateau d'AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO avec qui nous avons décortiqué le thème suivant : « Le rôle des Chambres de Commerce et d’Industrie dans la promotion des partenariats innovants en Afrique : Cas de l’AGCC – Africa Global Chamber of Commerce de Chicago. » Olivier Kamanzi est consultant international en développement du secteur financier, expert en marchés de capitaux et philanthrope. Actuellement, il est en charge de la direction de l’AGCC dont le siège se trouve à Chicago. Il est le fondateur et PDG de Globrock Financial Group Inc., une société internationale de conseil en gestion et conseil en investissement créée en 2010 et dont le siège est dans l’État d’Illinois. Ledit groupe a ses filiales aux États-Unis comme en Afrique. Il a été tour à tour Directeur Général Adjoint de Capital Market Authority du Rwanda, ancien Senior Investment Specialist de Citigroup et Executive Officer de JPMorgan Chase. Il est actuellement le président d’une organisation humanitaire qui porte son nom, la Fondation Olivier Kamanzi. The Role of Chambers of Commerce System in African & International Economic Relations Joining us to discuss entrepreneurship and investment in Africa is Mr. Olivier KAMANZI, President of the Africa Global Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) in Chicago to discuss "The Role of Chambers of Commerce System in International Economic Relations". This 1st episode of the TOUT AFRO, TOUT BUSINESS show on AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO focuses on the analysis of chambers of commerce and industry such as AGCC, non-governmental organizations, fully committed to stimulating economic initiative and increase business competitiveness. We spoke to Olivier KAMANZI, International Financial Sector Development Consultant, Capital markets expert, and Philanthropist.

Mon, 16 Jul 2018 07:40:00 GMT

Entreprenariat des Jeunes et développement de l'esprit d'entreprise en Afrique avec Oury Diallo

Dans ce 2ème épisode du #ToutAfroToutBusiness , Vénicia Guinot a eu l’honneur de recevoir Oury Diallo, CEO du cabinet ODK Consulting sur le plateau d'AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO avec qui nous avons décortiqué le thème suivant : « Entreprenariat des Jeunes et développement de l'esprit d'entreprise. » Passionné par l’entrepreneuriat et par l’humain, Oury Diallo a toujours voulu créer sa structure et a décidé de sauter le pas en Guinée et en France pour aider des entrepreneurs à mener à bien leurs projets. Après des études en école de commerce dans laquelle il a obtenu un Master 1 en Management des Entreprises et un Master 2 en Management et Développement Commercial, il a travaillé en tant que Manager dans différentes structures afin de gagner en expérience avant de créer sa propre structure. Il a géré jusque 100 personnes et a permis une augmentation du chiffre d’affaires de chacune des entreprises dans lesquelles il a travaillé. Aujourd’hui, il s’engage auprès de la jeunesse guinéenne et africaine afin de lui permettre de prendre conscience de son potentiel et lui montrer que sa réussite n’est pas qu’une utopie. Il travaille à la création d’un écosystème permettant de booster l’entrepreneuriat et l’employabilité des jeunes. ODK Consulting permet à des entrepreneurs d’avoir accès à une formation et à un accompagnement pour passer de l’idée au projet rentable. joining us to discuss youth leadership in Africa is Mr. Oury DIALLO, CEO of ODK Consulting in Guinea and Paris to discuss "Youth Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development". This 2nd episode of the TOUT AFRO, TOUT BUSINESS show on AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO focuses on the youth entrepreneurship and leadership growth through innovative thinking. We spoke to Mr. Oury DIALLO who is passionate about entrepreneurship and human relationships. From the get-go, Oury DIALLO always wanted to create his own business and decided to do it in his homeland, Guinea-Conakry, to guide entrepreneurs in building their projects.

Wed, 25 Jul 2018 09:38:00 GMT

Mining Business Investment Opportunities in The Lualaba Province (DRC) - Dr. Joseph YAV KATSHUNG

Joining us to discuss Mining Business Investment Opportunities in the Lualaba Province is Dr. Joseph YAV KATSHUNG, Chief of Staff at the Office of Governor of Lualaba, H.E. Richard Muyej, Governor. Opportunities for investment in the mining sector in The Congo include; prospecting and surveys, expansion of existing mining projects, new mining projects, beneficiation of minerals and improved value chain benefits. This 3rd episode of the TOUT AFRO, TOUT BUSINESS show on AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO hostel by Vénicia GUINOT on behalf of AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO focuses on the very lucrative mining sector in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). We spoke to Dr. Joseph YAV KATSHUNG, Founder, and Manager of YAV & ASSOCIATES. He holds a Doctorate of Law from the University of Lubumbashi, a Master’s Degree in Law from the University of Pretoria, a Master’s Degree in Law from the University of Lubumbashi and several postgraduate diplomas (KUL, U. Cape Town, Toronto, Wits). Lualaba is one of the 26 provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Specified under Article 2 of the country's 2006 Constitution, Lualaba Province was finally created in 2015 from Lualaba District, Kolwezi District and the independently administered city of Kolwezi, all previously part of the pre-2015 Katanga Province. Its capital is Kolwezi. Lualaba Province was separated from Katanga Province on 30 June 1963. Then, on 24 April 1966, it was united with Katanga Oriental to form Sud-Katanga Province, which was later merged back into Katanga. The President of Lualaba, from 1965 the governor, was Dominique Diur (b. 1929) who held office from 23 September 1963 until 24 April 1966.

Mon, 30 Jul 2018 13:23:00 GMT

The Story Behind The Business Of African Luxury Fashion - Grace O. WALLACE

joining us to discuss the business potential of African Fashion Luxury is Mrs. Grace O. WALLACE, Creative Director and Founder of the GRACE WALLACE ® Fashion Brand. Did you know the global Fashion industry today is worth 3 trillion USD however, and Sub-Sahara Africa accounts for only 1% of that? A staggering statistic, considering that the apparel and textile industry has the potential both to create jobs and contribute to our respective countries' economies. In today’s digital world, consumers worldwide are eager to discover products from afar – in this regard, African Fashion is a powerful brand builder for a country interested in exporting their cultural capital. This 4th episode of the TOUT AFRO, TOUT BUSINESS show hosted by Vénicia GUINOT on behalf of AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO focuses on the fashion market across Africa and most importantly in a country like Togo. Today more than ever, there is a definite need for teaching the business of African Fashion – fashion luxury entrepreneurs of the caliber of Mrs. Grace Wallace need to be supported in professionalizing their enterprises and running an even more profitable business. Fashion Designer Grace O. WALLACE mixes high fashion and the mass market, with a line of 'haute couture' and a line for the average African consumer. The multi award-winning designer has quietly built her West Africa-based, ultra-luxe label into a significant business with estimated revenues in excess of $800,000 a year. Now distributed worldwide, through 3 high-end shops across the continent, the GRACE WALLACE ® brand has particular traction in the International consumer market thanks to its elegant yet unfussy aesthetic, and, in its early years in the Africa market, strong backing from Mrs. Grace O. Wallace. In the eleven years since Mrs. Grace O. Wallace has built her fashion house into what International Media from three continents dubbed “one of the most successful labels emerging out of Africa.” Known for its couture-quality materials

Mon, 30 Jul 2018 14:49:00 GMT

The Story Behind The Business Of African Luxury Fashion - Grace O. WALLACE

joining us to discuss the business potential of African Fashion Luxury is Mrs. Grace O. WALLACE, Creative Director and Founder of the GRACE WALLACE ® Fashion Brand. Did you know the global Fashion industry today is worth 3 trillion USD however, and Sub-Sahara Africa accounts for only 1% of that? A staggering statistic, considering that the apparel and textile industry has the potential both to create jobs and contribute to our respective countries' economies. In today’s digital world, consumers worldwide are eager to discover products from afar – in this regard, African Fashion is a powerful brand builder for a country interested in exporting their cultural capital. This 4th episode of the TOUT AFRO, TOUT BUSINESS show hosted by Vénicia GUINOT on behalf of AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO focuses on the fashion market across Africa and most importantly in a country like Togo. Today more than ever, there is a definite need for teaching the business of African Fashion – fashion luxury entrepreneurs of the caliber of Mrs. Grace Wallace need to be supported in professionalizing their enterprises and running an even more profitable business. Fashion Designer Grace O. WALLACE mixes high fashion and the mass market, with a line of 'haute couture' and a line for the average African consumer. The multi award-winning designer has quietly built her West Africa-based, ultra-luxe label into a significant business with estimated revenues in excess of $800,000 a year. Now distributed worldwide, through 3 high-end shops across the continent, the GRACE WALLACE ® brand has particular traction in the International consumer market thanks to its elegant yet unfussy aesthetic, and, in its early years in the Africa market, strong backing from Mrs. Grace O. Wallace. In the eleven years since Mrs. Grace O. Wallace has built her fashion house into what International Media from three continents dubbed “one of the most successful labels emerging out of Africa.” Known for its couture-quality materials

Mon, 06 Aug 2018 07:43:00 GMT

Trends, Reflections and Industry insights On Francophone Africa

Sit back and enjoy some of the best bits of the francophone TOUT AFRO, TOUT BUSINESS show. In this episode, you will hear from Venicia Guinot (Multi Awards-Winning Editor-in-Chief at TROPICS MAGAZINE) and Onesiphore NEMBE (Editor-in-Chief at AFRIQUE PROGRES MAGAZINE). In this episode, we talk with African Entrepreneurs who are more interested in profit than hype. Forget acquisitions, equity, etc. We'll dig into the details of their journey and understand how they DARED TO START. Let's talk about Africa! Stay informed, be advised and hopefully inspired. We want to share with you what these two Media Entrepreneurs are up to, highlight some of the lessons learned and broadcast their thoughts on the industries they work with.

Mon, 13 Aug 2018 13:38:00 GMT

African Female Entrepreneurs Are Fighting Their Way To The Top - Sylvie N'tchandi Toure

Although sub-Saharan Africa has not been famous for its status as a leader in female inclusion within different economic sectors, African women are surprisingly beating the odds and defying the obstacles in the field of entrepreneurship in the region. In this 6th episode, we talk with Ms. Sylvie N'tchandi Toure, CEO, and Founder of OKOUME MAGAZINE and Boom Consulting in Libreville, Gabon. Forget acquisitions, equity, etc. We'll dig into tonight's theme 'African female entrepreneurs fighting their way to the top' and understand how Female Entrepreneurs from Central Africa are DARING TO START. Let's talk about Africa! Stay informed, be advised and hopefully inspired. We want to share with you what these two Media Entrepreneurs are up to, highlight some of the lessons learned and broadcast their thoughts on the industries they work with.

Wed, 22 Aug 2018 10:19:00 GMT

African Entrepreneurs in Diaspora Fighting Their Ways To The Top

A recent Facebook report has revealed the benefits of business communities for female entrepreneurs. In this report, it was outlined that these benefits were not limited to just women who owned small-scale businesses but also women with big brands and businesses. Joining a business network these days is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. There are so many great business groups out there for you to explore that you should be able to find at least one that works for you. In this episode, we talk with Ms. Christelle PANDANZYLA, CEO, and Founder of EMPOW'HER NETWORK in Brussels, Belgium. "WHY IT IS IMPORTANT FOR FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS TO JOIN BUSINESS NETWORKS?" Let's talk Africa!

Thu, 08 Nov 2018 08:19:00 GMT

Recap of Tropics Business Summit 2018 & Tropics Change-makers in South Africa

Sit back and enjoy some of the best bits of the francophone TOUT AFRO, TOUT BUSINESS show. In this episode, you will hear from Venicia Guinot (Multi Awards-Winning Editor-in-Chief at TROPICS MAGAZINE) and Onesiphore NEMBE (Editor-in-Chief at AFRIQUE PROGRES MAGAZINE). Some of top business brains from Africa attended the Tropics Business Summit 2018, which took place at the Protea Hotel Parktonian in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, from 16 until 20 October 2018. This year’s theme was “Accelerating startups in emerging markets through financial partnerships for inclusive growth and sustainable development”. In this 8th episode is a recap of the 2nd annual TROPICS BUSINESS SUMMIT and the 12 TROPICS CHANGE-MAKERS AWARDS which took place during the Gala Dinner Ceremony. This business networking event featured conferences, workshops, exhibitions and insightful panel discussions between government representatives, entrepreneurs and academics from different parts of the world.

Thu, 15 Nov 2018 16:25:00 GMT

Cote d'Ivoire's Nanan Akassimandou, CEO and Founder of SIMKOOL NETWORK

Networking is one of the most significant skills that any Entrepreneur could learn in order to make their business a success story. The majority of business owners believe that they can just start a business, and the clients will come. Any successful business owner will immediately tell you this is not the case. Building a successful business takes a lot of time and dedication, so it is sensible to have a network of business partners, institutional partners and associates to draw energy from and keep you motivated. "By surrounding yourself with people who share a similar passion and determination, you are more likely to move forward and achieve results. Business networking is a really valuable way to expand your knowledge, learn from the success of others, get new clients and tell others about your business." In this episode we talk about the importance of s strong business network. "A strong and active business network like the African SIMKOOL NETWORK ( https://www.simkool.com/ ), based in Switzerland, has advantages that can make your business grow and flourish and many African Entrepreneurs on the continent and in the diaspora should consider joining it, said Mr. Nanan AKASSIMANDOU, its Founder and CEO.

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