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Does your brand have what it takes to be a hero at the bottom of the pyramid? - Knowledge Resources
Does your brand have what it takes to be a hero at the bottom of the pyramid?

Africa is an exciting and unpredictable place to be doing business. Many companies are alert to the opportunities that exist in our dynamic developing markets, but building stable brands within this volatile climate is not for sissies.

By Wendy Cochrane, Issued by Knowledge Resources 23 Mar 2015 11:45

Top Employers Institute awards first Global Certifications - Top Employers Institute
Top Employers Institute awards first Global Certifications

Since 1991, the Top Employers Institute certifies excellence in the conditions that international companies create for their people. The introduction of a Top Employers Global Certification programme is a logical next step in view of the global trend in harmonisation of employee conditions. The first five Global Certifications have been awarded to Valeo, Technip, Dimension Data, JT International and DHL Express.

Issued by Top Employers Institute 23 Mar 2015 09:50

Showcase of technology at e-Learning Africa conference

The second International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training has come to a successful conclusion in Nairobi, with participating companies showcasing their latest acquisitions in e-learning.

By Zachary Ochieng 4 Jun 2007 11:49

Arab newspaper wins international design awards

In tough competition with almost 14,000 other newspapers, the Gulf News of the United Arab Emirates recently became the most awarded paper from the Arab region in the international Best of Newspaper Design competition.

30 May 2007 09:46

No YouTube for Maroc Telecom subscribers

The Moroccan Internet server (ISP) Maroc Telecom has blocked access to video-sharing website YouTube. The blocking was initiated on 25 May.

29 May 2007 08:57

Blogger case presents last chance for Egyptian justice

Observers reckon that the revocation of blogger Karim Amer's verdict is the last chance for justice in Egypt.

17 May 2007 12:54

Egyptian judge wants websites blocked

Judge asks courts to block 29 additional websites, brings lawsuit against directors of HRinfo, Hisham Mubarak Law Centre and blogger Amr Gharbia.

14 May 2007 07:58

Afriville.com's pan-Africanism integration through segregation

Afriville.com, an online community of Africans at home and in diaspora, has recently been rebuilt to further bridge the gap between individual African nations and Africans abroad, whether African American, black British or African Latino. The new tools, content and forums are designed to bring the community even closer together.

2 May 2007 18:37

Addressing Africa's 'Missing Link'
Addressing Africa's 'Missing Link'

Making an international phone call or connecting to high-speed internet is beyond the reach of the average citizen of East and Southern African countries* in part because the region is not connected to the global optical fiber broadband infrastructure. The ‘missing link’ explains why the region accounts for less than one percent of the world’s international bandwidth capacity.

18 Apr 2007 14:05

A NEWAFRICA design perspective for Europe
A NEWAFRICA design perspective for Europe

NEWAFRICA, a travelling design exhibition showcasing the latest and most contemporary products from Africa, is said to be the first of its kind in the world, and aims to challenge the prejudices associated with design on this continent.

29 Mar 2007 16:37

Banking on Africa

African Banker, IC Publications’ new quarterly magazine dedicated to banking and finance in Africa, is to be launched in May 2007.

27 Mar 2007 13:23

Design is the new gold
Design is the new gold

The contingent of design devotees at the milestone 10th Design Indaba which opened at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in Cape Town yesterday, Wednesday 21 February, is this year encouragingly made up of 56% business decision-makers, with approximately 20% of delegates from destinations as far afield as the Netherlands and Nigeria.

By Terry Levin 22 Feb 2007 10:25

Email? Let's make that femail...

Recent research conducted in North America and Europe suggests that from an early age girls are socialised in a way that discourages them from participating in so-called “masculine sectors” and that means we’re betraying the heritage Ada Lovelace left us.

By Márcia Detoni 17 Nov 2005 20:11

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