Online learning and Training

The current Coronavirus pandemic (Feb/March 2020) has taught  us a  lesson about the importance of doing things on line. Nothing in the last 50 years has curtailed our movement than this epidemic. The virus has stopped  people from flying and global companies have been forced to contemplate unplanned losses. Training Continue Reading

The secret of success for start-ups

The importance of start-ups Start-ups are  important for innovation and new business development. For those starting new businesses, they need to be laser-focused on the things that will make the business to succeed. The statistics show that 20% of new businesses will fail in the first year. I have always Continue Reading

Entrepreneurs solve problems and do good in the process

Transportation Most cities have problems of transporting people without gridlock. This problem is worse in most mega cities with rising population. In cities with population in excess of 10-20 million, governments and the private sector try a combination of ways to get the cities moving. In London and other large Continue Reading

Consulting- Helping entrepreneurs to fulfil their dreams

One of the biggest challenges that entrepreneurs face is being able to review and get feedback on the ideas or opportunities that they are considering. Most entrepreneurs have several ideas on a daily basis, what they sometimes need is a critical and experienced reviewer to help them to shape and Continue Reading

The environment is big business

It is not only the rise in the Extinction Rebellion campaign that has brought the issue of the environment to the fore front of global news. Scientists have been warning us about the impact of our activities for many decades. Entrepreneurs have been looking at different ways of using alternative Continue Reading

Economists and Poverty Eradication

In October 2019, the 2019 Nobel prize for Economics was announced. The winners were AV Banerjee, M Kremer and E. Duflo based on their book titled “ Poor Economics: A radical rethinking of the way we fight global poverty”. The book immediately went to the top of my reading list. Continue Reading

Making the best of remittances

The World bank estimated that that there are around 258 million people who live outside of countries of births as at 2018. These people send money back to help those left behind in their home countries. These remittances account for a substantial percentage of GDP for many third world countries. Continue Reading

Entrepreneurship and the Extinction Protestors

The organisers of protests like the those trying to save the environment have a great point and I believe more should be done to protect our environment. There are several ways that we can achieve the same objectives. At the moment, the organisers have managed to bring attention to this Continue Reading

The business of entertainment- Alton Towers experience

One of the most difficult businesses  to have is that of entertainment, there are variations in time and place of what entertainment can be and to different age groups and people. As it’s sometimes the case, it is good to change the way we learn and take learning out of Continue Reading