Great business ideas to execute in Africa - Issue #3

Selby Webb

Published by Selby Webb
Co-founder, Editor and Head of Marketing of SuccessField


2 years ago

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The third issue of this chapter is concepted to continue the second one. 


Studyplatforms for students

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The modern human being tries to digitalise everything. So instead of watching the youth waste their time on facebook in internet cafes, try to create the same service in a different way. It shouldn’t be based on pleasure, but knowledge. We can look at it like as an internet-library filled with e-books. The customers, targeted students, can choose any tablet and read whatever they want. You, as the entrepreneur, can set the prices as high as you want.


Delivery service

mail-728589_1920In Switzerland, I’m used to visiting a national courier delivery service company known as “The Swiss Post”, which works for the government. You bring them your letters or packages and pay the fee. The fast service enables the letters to reach their destination within one day and packages can take up to five days. Once can also put a stamp on the letters and just drop them in public mailboxes. Some countries in Africa aren’t on this level yet. Sending a love letter can even be harder than writing it and that’s definitely wrong. As a visionist, this is the perfect opportunity to start a great business in Africa.


Rating and review

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The stability of a nation’s economy is very important. This fact is influenced by the respective firms and companies that represent their industry. If the companies weren’t reliable at all, would you invest your money? What I’m trying to say is that the trustworthiness, in my opinion, is way more relevant to keep investors interested and satisfied.

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I had a conversation with a few wealthy people concerning this situation. When asked how they would go about investing in Africa, they said they would have to visit the selected country, meet the top executive of the company, take a close look at the company’s history and let European agencies advise them. Even though i can’t blame them, I have to admit that this is a very sad approach. Establishing a not only efficient but also accredited rating and reviewing agency would be a great step into financial freedom as an entrepreneur.

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Great business ideas to execute in Africa - Issue #3

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The third issue of this chapter is concepted to continue the second one. 


Studyplatforms for students

kindle-750304_1920

The modern human being tries to digitalise everything. So instead of watching the youth waste their time on facebook in internet cafes, try to create the same service in a different way. It shouldn’t be based on pleasure, but knowledge. We can look at it like as an internet-library filled with e-books. The customers, targeted students, can choose any tablet and read whatever they want. You, as the entrepreneur, can set the prices as high as you want.


Delivery service

mail-728589_1920In Switzerland, I’m used to visiting a national courier delivery service company known as “The Swiss Post”, which works for the government. You bring them your letters or packages and pay the fee. The fast service enables the letters to reach their destination within one day and packages can take up to five days. Once can also put a stamp on the letters and just drop them in public mailboxes. Some countries in Africa aren’t on this level yet. Sending a love letter can even be harder than writing it and that’s definitely wrong. As a visionist, this is the perfect opportunity to start a great business in Africa.


Rating and review

percent-226357

The stability of a nation’s economy is very important. This fact is influenced by the respective firms and companies that represent their industry. If the companies weren’t reliable at all, would you invest your money? What I’m trying to say is that the trustworthiness, in my opinion, is way more relevant to keep investors interested and satisfied.

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I had a conversation with a few wealthy people concerning this situation. When asked how they would go about investing in Africa, they said they would have to visit the selected country, meet the top executive of the company, take a close look at the company’s history and let European agencies advise them. Even though i can’t blame them, I have to admit that this is a very sad approach. Establishing a not only efficient but also accredited rating and reviewing agency would be a great step into financial freedom as an entrepreneur.

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