If you’re a business leader who works in Africa or with African businesses, The African Business Journal (TABJ) should be on your priority reading list. Then again, if you’re a social entrepreneur, nonprofit manager, or Africa-enthusiast, TABJ should be on your list, too. TABJ, an electronic magazine read by 35,000 business executives and decision makers, is a leading source for up-to-date news, views and business profiles across Africa. The magazine highlights African industries in an effort to “promote all that is good about the emerging markets and growing economy in Africa.”
ConceptLink is proud to announce that we will be joining the esteemed authors of this magazine as guest contributors. Our monthly article, “The Charity Case,” will discuss aspects of social impact on the continent. This month, Whitney wrote a piece on Promoting Good Governance by Developing Your Board of Advisors. See page 70 for the full article.
Here are a few additional highlights we think you’ll enjoy:
- Page 14: an excellent recap of the South African labor disputes
- Page 22: a fascinating infographic demonstrating how social media has influenced how we create and circulate news
- Page 32: information about the African News Innovation Challenge (ANIC), a $1 million initiative designed to support and incubate ideas in media
- Page 46: “Knowing Africa: African Studies 101,” a piece explaining why it’s important to understand different African cultures before doing business there
TABJ also includes sections on Property & Construction, Manufacturing, Security, Food and Drink. Don’t miss this monthly publication rich with great reads and fascinating, up-to-date information about Africa. Sign up for your free subscription today!