Nigeria’s economy has officially entered a recession. The latest growth figures shows the economy shrunk by 2.06% between April and June.
This week, world leaders from the public and private sectors, civil society and academia are gathered at Davos to discuss a “new global context” – the theme of the World Economic Forum’s 2015 annual meeting.
Tony Elumelu, Chairman of Heirs Holdings, UBA, and Transcorp, has said that the Nigerian economy is more resilient to falling oil prices than is being projected.
Tony O. Elumelu, one of Africa’s wealthiest magnates (who recently launched a $100 million program to support entrepreneurship in Africa) is understood to have put an undisclosed sum into Silicon Valley-based mobile startup Wonderloop.
One of Africa’s richest businessmen, Tony Elumelu, has launched a $100 million program to support and promote entrepreneurship across the continent.
Nigeria has four new billionaires, according to wealth research done by Ventures Africa.
Well-known global business leader and chairman of Heirs Holdings Tony Elumelu says the group “has the ambition to generate at least a quarter of Nigeria’s power consumption needs in the next five years.”
Tony Elumelu, Chairman of Heirs Holdings, a pan-African investment firm based in Lagos, Nigeria, talks about the investment climate and availability of capital in different African countries.
You’ve probably heard by now about the Afropolitans and the Afropreneurs — but what about the Africapitalists?
Former Nigerian banker turned philanthropist & entrepreneur, Tony Elumelu, is profiled.
As the dust settles after the U.S.-Africa Leaders’ Summit that took place in early August in Washington, a clearer picture is emerging of what it achieved.
A new commodities exchange that launched late last week in Kigali, Rwanda, aims to use state-of-the-art technology to provide East Africa’s small-scale farmers access to agricultural and financial markets.