Apparently, What’s App can help to sell soap in Indonesia…
While technology can help firms engage and employ people from low-income households in the developing world – of course, there are watch-outs. Around summer of 2015 in an African country, … Continue reading
Beer and Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa: What’s next?
“We want subsistence farmers more involved in the value chain,” says Andy Wales, head of Sustainable Development at SABMiller Beer and Farmers While interacting with 20+ smallholder farmers in Kenya, … Continue reading
What Mr. Trump has right about (formal) remittances
Recently, Donald Trump explained that in order to help pay for a wall that would separate the United States from Mexico, he would threaten to take all remittances sent to … Continue reading
Expanding the realm of re-imagination: looking beyond South Africa to…Ethiopia
Possibly running the risk of over-use, ‘re-imagining’ has captured the keystrokes and the voices of corporate, public and social organizations. From how I understand it, the phrase seeks to capture … Continue reading