Harvard Business School used this piece written by Fasmicro Group Founder for Harvard Business Review in a recent newsletter. We want you to read again this great piece.
Across Africa, the collapse of the commodity boom has pushed countries and their citizens to invent other ways to survive. The cloud, open source software, cheap computing resources, and ideas from local technology hubs are redesigning the competitive landscape. Could a golden era of entrepreneurship anchored by local innovation be on the horizon? This Harvard Business Review article explores how some African economies are being transformed by the sheer power and optimism of their entrepreneurs. Continue read here.