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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  
Filed under Featured Articles, Retail

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 […]

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 […]

Spicing things up in an Emerging Ethiopia

November 18, 2014 by  
Filed under Africa, Featured Articles

If former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak ever returns to Bole Road in Ethiopia’s capital of Addis Ababa – the scene of an assassination attempt in 1995 – he will find a very different street and city than the ones he left in such a hurry. New apartment blocks and commercial centres now dot the landscape […]

Pictures – Mombasa Kenya

April 14, 2014 by  
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Moving goods in Africa – what you need to know

When Africa supply chain management is the topic of discussion, frequently used words include inefficiency, bottlenecks, bureaucracy, corruption, poor infrastructure and the occasional “chaos”. It is easy to fall into the trap of grouping all African countries into the same categories. However, there are significant similarities and differences from country to country and region to […]

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 […]

Walking in another man’s shoes – Kenya’s second hand trade

It is 10 am and Timothy Kimani (pseudonym) has already had a full day. His day normally starts with a trip to Gikomba market, the biggest second-hand clothing exchange in East Africa. Timothy specializes in leather shoes.  The business is highly segmented with each trader focusing on a specific niche.  Goods arrive by bale in […]

Kakania and the challenge of local content

Kakania is a landlocked country in the developing world. Diotima is a traditional fishing village located close to Kakania’s biggest lake inhabited by 50 families; their cattle and, other livestock. The locals are content with their lot fishing and growing enough cereal, vegetables and fruit to eat and, raise their children. The cattle are social […]

Food Prices are only part of the story

August 29, 2012 by  
Filed under Africa, Asia, Featured Articles

The cost of food is rising worldwide and food riots were a feature of the 3 F’s (Finance; Fuel and Food) in 2008, from Italy to the developing world. The benchmark food price index (FAO) rose 25 between December 2011 and February 2012 and there is rising concern that climate change could cause the price […]

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