How African entrepreneurs can build knowledge economies

“Africa is going through an economic transition, becoming a knowledge-based economy for many young African entrepreneurs who have plenty of ideas, but the continent still faces many challenges in building economies around the products of technological entrepreneurship” - this is the opinion of Ms. Mariéme Jamme a Senegalese-born,
UK-based CEO, blogger, technologist and social entrepreneur.
The author raises awareness on those challenges by stating that many solid innovations have failed to become profitable as they forgot to look at scalability and feasibility. Business skills as well as the need to fill the gap between creativity and knowledge of technical skills through STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) subjects also represent a big issue in the continent.
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