Exec level changes won’t impact Africa strategy says Seacom
Company has announced a series of changes to its executive leadership structure, but says these were expected and planned for.
Disruption and agility: Lessons from businesses that have adapted to the digital world
By looking at businesses that have successfully adapted , business leaders can gain inspiration and insights into what changes they can make says Tonny Tugee, SEACOM East and North East Africa Managing Director.
Why we don’t need to be depressed about the future of work
Alleviating fears that “robots and machines will take our jobs” needs to become a priority if we plan to build a resilient, responsive skills base says Byron Clatterbuck, CEO, SEACOM.
Black Friday 2020: trends, pitfalls, and opportunities for your business
Businesses that experience a sudden increase in online sales may struggle to scale their supply chains, storage capacity, or delivery services says Steve Briggs, Chief Commercial Officer at SEACOM.
What you need to know about the digital economy and its role in Africa
Digital economy will ultimately become the ordinary economy, so it is critical to bridge the digital divide now says Patrick Ndegwa, Seacom Business Sales Lead for Seacom East Africa.
Africa, Kenya and the Cloud – the numbers you need to know
If the right investments are made to bolster infrastructure and bandwidth over the next 5 years, Africa will be in a prime position says Francis Wainaina, SEACOM East Africa Senior Product Manager.
Unlocking the value of mobile connectivity in Kenya
As many Kenyans rely on word of mouth, awareness of the latest mobile developments is important for them to make use of these technologies says Patrick Ndegwa, SEACOM Business Sales Lead for SEACOM East Africa.