The Making Of a Kenyan Craft Beverage Brand

Alex Chappatte, a British-Belgian mother of two, has a passion for adventure, running and making delicious drinks.  After 10 years of building brands such as Kit Kat and Stella Artois in the UK, she moved to Africa with her husband.

Applications Open for 2022 Africa’s Business Heroes Prize Competition

The journey to the Finale will also include access to a community of international leaders and innovators, industry experts, investors and accelerators, as well multi-disciplinary boot camps and training sessions to help the finalists take their businesses to the next level.

Lulu Hassan: Newscaster With an Entrepreneurial Streak

The fanatical following that their shows have drawn, particularly Maria and Zora, exemplify their contribution to Kenya's TV industry and entertainment in general. To do it all while being known for something else entirely makes the feat even more impressive.

How To Become An Entrepreneur In The UK

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit and do you want to start your own business in the United Kingdom? Fortunately, anyone can do it - regardless of their background or experience. If you have a great idea and the drive to make it a...

20 Kenyan Fashion Startups Get a Major Lift

Twenty Kenya-based start-ups have been selected to benefit from a British Council programme funded by the Foreign Commonwealth Office to support the growth of the local fashion industry. The businesses will form the second cohort of the Creative DNA programme launched in 2020 to...

Hawker Who Makes Sh120,000 From Porridge

Janet Chepkoech, an informal trader in Kericho town, is making a kill from selling porridge. Janet has been distributing porridge to local traders and in government offices over the last five years, enabling her to pay school fees for her two children, who are...