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Understanding the DRC’s supply chain challenges

April 18, 2016 by  
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In October 1990 when Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) troops poured over the border from Uganda, the Zairian (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC) President Mobutu Sese Seko, scoffed that the Rwandan President Habyarimana, never should have built a road to his house (or country). Fast forward to 2016, and the DRC still […]

Video made the Nollywood star – and how technology is changing Nigeria’s film industry

If video killed the radio star, it certainly made the Nollywood star. Nigeria’s film industry commonly known as Nollywood started growing rapidly after independence in 1960. However, it is the video boom of the late 1980s that has left its mark on the industry. Nollywood is the second largest film industry in number of films produced after […]

Botswana’s Choppies is showing their retail “chops” in Africa

February 21, 2016 by  
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A lot has been made of Shoprite and Walmart’s rivalry in Africa; or more specifically Shoprite’s success and Walmart’s failure to use their South Africa accusation of Massmart to expand in the rest of Africa. French retailers have also joined the African retail party, most notably in North and more recently in West Africa led […]

Micro retail challenges in Frontier Markets

December 3, 2015 by  
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The life of a micro retailer in frontier markets is often less than envious.  High uncertainty, limited capital, often topped with harassment.  But what is a micro retailer? Micro retailers are often classified as enterprises employing fewer than 4 people, with a monthly turnover of less than $2,000 a month. They are generally independent, stock […]

Turkmenistan gas – If you build pipelines, you will prosper

November 22, 2015 by  
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In 1935, twenty-eight horse riders on their famed Akhal-Teke horses, embarked on an endurance race from Ashgabat to Moscow. Through rugged terrain including the Karakum Desert and forests, the 4,330 kilometre race took eighty-four days to complete. Traditionally, the Turkmen were desert nomads and they had to negotiate difficult terrain on their Akhal-Teke horses. More […]

Consuming Kyrgyzstan

October 28, 2015 by  
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Hitting the street in Bishkek in summer you are confronted with an army of informal beverage stands popping up all over the city. You will likely get your first taste of Maksim, a wheat-based drink that Kyrgyz like to drink in the summer which is said to be particularly healthy. Ingredients include animal fat, wheat flour […]

Red gold – hard to avoid Iran’s saffron

June 18, 2015 by  
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Travel with any Iranian man domestically, and he will likely be armed with a shopping list from a wife, mother or distant cousin for the destined location. This might include biscuits from Rasht or lemon candy from Shiraz. On a recent flight from Shiraz to Tehran, I expressed concern when an Iranian colleague arrived with […]

Consuming Armenia – Churchill style

Starbucks recently got into hot water for a poster in California of an Armenian woman in traditional clothing, drinking coffee under the white crescent and star of the Turkish flag. The timing and place (the state is home to more than 300,000 Armenian-Americans) could not be more inopportune for Starbucks. April 2015 is the month Armenians […]

Business lessons I have learned from Somali traders

As a Somali associate of mine likes to say, when people think of Somalis, they only think of PTW (Piracy, Terrorism & War). As with a lot of Africa, sadly this narrative only focuses on the negative aspects of the community. Somalia and its people have had a number of success stories, notably the Somali […]

Challenges of micro retailers in frontier markets

February 26, 2015 by  
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The life of a micro retailer in frontier markets is often less than envious.  High uncertainty and limited capital is often topped with harassment.  But what is a micro retailer? Micro retailers are often classified as enterprises employing fewer than 4 people, with a monthly turnover of less than $2,000 a month. They are generally […]

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