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Africa Enterprising articles part 4

African Enterprising logoThe 4th edition of the The Carnival of African Enterprising has launched at Nii Simmonds’ Nubian Cheetah blog. As with the previous 3 installments of ideas, this edition highlights some of the best posts from the African business/entrepreneurship blogosphere. I’m happy to see that as the carnival continues, there are new names and perspectives being added. This edition covers Blogging Trade & Investment Forums, Business in Africa, Entrepreneurship in Africa with posts on:

  • TED Global 2007: Afterglow (David McQueen)
  • Idea Exchange: sponsors & links (Bankelele)
  • TED Global, Africa: The Next Chapter (Jen Brea)
  • Vote to add Africa 2.0 panel to SXSW festival schedule (G. Kofi Annan)
  • IBM Thinks Africa (Benin Mwangi)
  • Hear IBM Vice President’s view on Africa’s present market opportunities (African Path)
  • Kenyans in the Diaspora Conference Final Thoughts (Joshua Wanyama)
  • Planting Seeds: TED Global (Emeka)
  • The Power of a TED Talk (Erik Hersman)
  • Tanzania diminishes chances of regional integration (Ken Teyie)
  • In the media: Khartoum, the Dubai of Africa (Africaincorp)
  • Want Financial Freedom? Start your Own Fashion Business (Uduak Oduok)
  • Ideas to grow the informal sector in Africa (Nii Simmonds)
  • Meso Finance: the next area of financing for SME’s in Africa (Nii Simmonds)
  • From China to Virtual Africa: How Can Participatory Media Benefit the World? (Alanagh Recreant)

Head over to the Nubian Cheetah blog for the post description and links.

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