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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  
Filed under Africa, Featured Articles, Retail

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 […]

Challenges of micro retailers in frontier markets

February 26, 2015 by  
Filed under Africa, Asia, Featured Articles

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 […]

Why is supply chain so difficult in frontier markets?

Forecasting demand and managing stakeholder engagement are difficult at the best of times. As supply chains grow longer and more complex, frontier markets become increasingly part of the supply chain mix. Furthermore, with limited growth opportunities in the developed world, those searching for untapped markets are dispatching executives to far-flung places, previously only traversed by […]

Supply Chain Challenges Africa – reaching your customer base in fragmented markets

As an expatriate based in Ethiopia in the late nineties, just-in-time (JIT) delivery seemed like a Nollywood (Nigerian film industry) fantasy. With most of our raw material imported, the lead times could be anything from four to six months. Based in a landlocked country also didn’t help and added significant cost to the business. Even […]

Guinea – Setting up a cold chain with poor electricity supply

How do you create a cold chain in a city with constant power cuts and outages? This is one of the key questions that faced us on a project in Guinea, West Africa. Periodic power and water cuts are a daily burden for Conakry’s residents, not to mention the upcountry areas. For consumer goods companies […]

Feeder towns in Africa

For centuries feeder towns and markets (e.g. silk route) have played an important part in trade. Even today, understanding how these markets and towns function is important to any business wishing to make an impact. What are feeder towns? – Feeder towns are hubs for product distribution, e.g. Mercato in Addis Ababa. Customers and retailers […]

Africa’s urbanisation: making sense of the numbers

A few years back I conducted a route-to-market project for a pan-African television network in Zambia. Our project took me to Chipata, the capital of the Eastern Province of Zambia. Chipata has an estimated population of less than a hundred thousand. But in Africa, population estimates don’t always tell the full story. For one, population […]

Think Juba not Jacksonville – supply chain trends in Africa

Some years ago I attended a supply chain conference in South Africa addressed by an impressive list of speakers from South Africa, Europe and the US. One of the sessions focused on supply chain trends, presented by a well known supply chain thought leader from the US. Directly after the conference I flew to South […]

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