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Alumni Company Focus | Part 2

Spartan is an Alumni company run by Endeavor Alum, Kumaran Padayachee. Endeavor SA contacted Kumaran to discuss his entrepreneurial journey as well as his company – Spartan – a financier of SMEs in South Africa.

Alumni Entrepreneur Focus | Part 1

Kumaran Padayachee, part of the Endeavor South Africa Alumni Programme, runs Spartan – an SME financing company based in Johannesburg. Endeavor South Africa contacted him to discuss his entrepreneurial and business journey since he became an alumnus.

Dr. Len Konar, member of the King Committee on Corporate Governance presented the keynote address “Changes in King IV: the impact on Companies’ approach to Risk and Audit” at IsoMetrix’s King IV and its impact on Risk, Audit and Integrated Reporting Seminar on 9 February 2017.

Monday, 13 March 2017 15:36

Entrepreneurship in Kenya

Kenya has been witnessing major growth in entrepreneurship and innovation, led by a rising interest towards new technologies and mobile connectivity. Today, Kenya is leading the way in terms of digital technology development in Africa. The country has been experiencing a boom in internet and mobile savviness with a 90% mobile penetration as of 2016, among which, 44% of mobile users’ own smartphones1.

Monday, 13 March 2017 15:13

The Development of Morocco’s IT Sector

Morocco aims to position itself as a strategic hub in the Middle East and North Africa by becoming one of the top performing countries in the region in terms of Datacom infrastructure and IT business environment. The investment reform plan presented in July 2016 by Moulay Hafid Elalamy, Minister of Industry, Trade, Investment and the Digital Economy, marked a strategic step in the realization of new reforms for building a competitive and efficient economic model. This article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the reforms launched and initiatives taken to develop the Morocco Digital Program 2020.

Tuesday, 07 March 2017 07:09

The Rise of Optimism in Africa

For many decades, Africa has been regarded as the poorest continent in the world. Although significant challenges face the future development in Africa, a rise of optimism in several countries in the continent support the development and vision that the continent holds.

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