Africa; The Next Alternative to European Technical Development Nearshoring

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In a very competitive economy, outstaffing or outsourcing innovation advancement or business handling stays a useful asset for organizations hoping to work on their easing business processes, improve quality, and deliver on projects promptly. Outsourcing today is no longer limited to minor or menial tasks, organizations today rethink their IT, money, and HR capacities to … Read more

How Kenya is Incorporating and Leveraging ICT For Accelerated Growth

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A traditional view of development is very linear, where a country is expected to go through each stage of the industrial revolution one by one before starting with the next phase, however, newly developed countries have the benefit of being able to adapt their infrastructure to the most recent developments and innovations, allowing them to … Read more

Diversity & Inclusion: The 21st Century  Business Growth Recipe

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by Nelson, Tosin Ajulo Ph.D Businesses have leveraged employees to amass billions of dollars by offering innovative services to millions of customers worldwide. At the same time, they have also been impacted by economic, political, legal, and socio-cultural factors.  Yes, no doubt, many businesses have either been made or marred by the factors mentioned earlier. … Read more

Nigeria: A Leading Tech Industry of Africa?

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The pace at which the technology industry is growing in Africa is unprecedented. Across the continent, countries are developing their technology sectors, and specifically their IT sectors at a rate not seen before, According to the Global Startup Ecosystem Index Report 2021 by StartupBlink. South Africa takes the 48th spot in terms of Startup ecosystems, … Read more

Techy Eyes on Africa- Tourchlighting The Ever-growing Kenyan Tech Ecosystem

Silicon Valley, situated in the South San Francisco Bay Area, California, is the biggest and unarguably the most popular tech ecosystem globally. It is home to Apple, Google, HP, Visa, eBay, Facebook, Nvidia, Adobe, and PayPal.  The presence of these companies in Silicon Valley has made it home to thousands of startups. Unsurprisingly, startups from this … Read more