A new handbook shows that African entrepreneurs are able to hold their own globally if given the chance.
Ideas and talent from abroad should be welcomed.
A study of entrepreneurship activity at 27 universities in Canada showed an increased interest in co-op work terms where students could work in their own start-up.
Teaching entrepreneurial skills is a staple in business schools. But it can benefit all students – including majors in engineering, agriculture and even the arts.
Can the structural barriers to low-skilled employment growth be overcome?
Youth unemployment in Nigeria is a skills mismatch problem – corporations can’t find suitable workers in the midst of a large pool of unemployed workers.
Entrepreneurs can create entirely new ways of providing goods and services if they’re adequately trained to take advantage of technological advances.
There’s a global trend towards ‘third age entrepreneurship’, but the motivations behind these senior start-ups might surprise.
New entrepreneurs borne of the pandemic will need support to survive and thrive after the crisis. Here’s how business accelerators need to change in order to help them succeed post-pandemic.
Promoting entrepreneurship will help reduce unemployment in South Africa. But the government has to step up its game.
If you want to give and get help from your online network, new research suggests keep your “friend” count low.
Since 1999, extreme poverty has declined while rates of young people in education and employment have risen. Without investment though, the impact of the pandemic could see this progress imperilled,
Young and successful entrepreneurs get the attention, but they are the exception, not the norm.
The Igbos, like most other indigenous groups, believe in maintaining a legacy of not just their language, but other values, including trans-generational business legacies.
Building business skills to improve livelihoods is increasingly recognised as bringing value to the fight against poverty. But it can also set up identity conflict and community-level tension.
For Nigeria to feed its growing population efficiently and support food production by small farm holders, investment in rural infrastructure is key.
Nearly half of formerly incarcerated Americans remain jobless for at least a year. But there are some creative solutions to this problem.
Refugee businesses provide opportunities for those who find that the doors to employment are often closed to them – even if they are well qualified.
Innovation means creating and capturing value from new things. And it’s better for the Kiwi economy if investment in that innovation grows local industries and creates jobs.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected businesses owned by Black, Asian and minority ethnic people. Here’s how we can help them bounce back.