CA award (CREATIVITY AWARD) recognises the creativity of Afro Caribbean talent globally. The only award that celebrates and highlights Afro-Caribbean contributions in all sectors including; Sports, film, arts, enterprise, and careers.… Read More The CA AWARDS Now Open For Nominations
TROPICS MAGAZINE – GE’s DNA as a global company and industry leader is something that employees frequently cite as one of the factors attracting them to GE. Often, however, workers get bogged down with projects, not benefiting from the knowledge and research gathered by their colleagues that could be perfectly suited to enhancing their work.… Read More A Store for Sharing Technology and ‘Shopping’ for Innovation
The Organisation of African First Ladies Against HIV/AIDS (OAFLA) joined General Electric Company (GE) and Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship on June 9 to advance social entrepreneurship to improve maternal and child health outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa.… Read More African First Ladies Advance Maternal Health Care Goals in Africa
New York, NYC — On April 28th, 2014 high-level policy makers from Africa highlighted their experiences supporting young entrepreneurs in an effort to defuse what UNCTAD Secretary-General Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi called an “employment time bomb” in developing countries as their populations grow and get younger. Coming up is the UNCTAD’s Empretec Women in Business Award… Read More The 50th UNCTAD’s Empretec Women in Business Award (WBA) to elevate global young entrepreneurs in Geneva, Switzerland
African heads of state—many outfitted in elegant, brightly colored, traditional attire—gathered under a canopy tent on the White House’s South Lawn Tuesday night for a state dinner-esque gala. They dined, mingled and did some dancing with a little help from Lionel Richie. Although the event wasn’t billed as a state dinner, it most certainly had… Read More Obamas Host African Leaders at a Dinner Soiree (Photos)
Co-published by Cornell University, INSEAD, and WIPO, the annual Global Innovation Index (GII) is a ranking of 142 countries according to their innovation capabilities. Check out the 10 African countries that ranked highest in the 2013 GII and why: 10. Swaziland (Score 29.6, ranked 104 out of 146 countries overall) At number 10, Swaziland still… Read More Top 10 African Innovative Countries
Abuja — This week’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit is one more indication of the continent’s rising profile. Seen by many as America’s response to China’s increasing influence in Africa, the question we should be asking is: for whom Africa’s future should matter most, and why? How African leaders answer this is what will influence their continent’s… Read More Who’ll Make African Prosperity Real?