Betty Enyonam Kumahor is the founder and managing partner of Cobalt Partners, which works with African businesses to enhance growth and productivity using technology and through enhancing best practices. She is also a renown speaker, on topics ranging from leadership, technology, innovation as well as personal development. You can connect with her on her Website, Twitter, or Facebook. Our chat was focused on problem solving and her take on technology in Africa. Continue reading “Problem solving is what I do: Betty Enyonam”
Category: The Entrepreneur
How I will become the next technology entrepreneur in Africa
Your career is a minefield of opportunities where you can invest your energies.
When Architecture meets Business
Entrepreneurship is different from employment in that it is freedom with responsibility. It begins with a dream, is driven by passion, and success of the venture only pushes you to do more.
I am an Techpreneur in ICT
Our initiative introduces kids to computing at an early age. We want these kids to use these ICT skills to provide solutions for the social problems which we have locally, and to be the next generation creators of relevant e-content
What does it take to be a tech-preneur in Zimbabwe?
Are engineers meant to be entrepreneurs? There are still very few female entrepreneurs, with the numbers more dismal for STEM! Most studies blame this on women shying away from entrepreneurial opportunities. Our interview with two tech-preneurs, Eng. Mercy Manyuchi and Eng. Joy Makumbe take us through their work, their challenges and why you should be a tech-preneur.