Month: March 2020

CORONACAPITALISM – the story of hand sanitisers, toilet rolls and market correction implications.

I’ll start with the conclusion. In conclusion, the arrival of COVID-19 will usher in a new era after coronacapitalism. It is marked by panic and greed now, evidenced by the unfathomable price hikes. But it will ultimately end up being a huge reset button for the world when widespread empathy and love for one another sets …

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[email protected]: The Railway Journey since Independence… why the US$21bn renovation should concern you.

There’s a reason why developed countries have the masses opting for trains day in day out. It is so essential that civilisations have spent the last two centuries perfecting its design and function, from the primitive steam locomotives to bullet trains that look like they might even be able to fly. Before I even elaborate …

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Customer Development – a Founder Institute Mentoring Session notes, for start-ups.

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to be part of a mentoring session with a Founder Institute cohort at the Stanbic Bank Incubator in Accra. It was good, very good. Joining us were Foster Awintiti Akugri, the Stanbic Bank Incubator Manager & Founder of Hacklab Foundation, and Kamil Nabong, the CEO at Hub and Fund. The picture you see here is …

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