Frederik Pétursson Madsen
Co-founderAfricaPaceCopenhagenDenmark Country of interest: Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda Sector of interest: ICT More

Co-Founder of AfricaPace and working at DI International Business Development at The Confederation of Danish Industry focusing on business development and innovation at the Base of the Pyramid (BOP)


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What are some ways in which you can build an international clientele online if you are living in the United States?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 23, 2011

Chris Ndungu Digital Marketing Strategist www.vizzibo.wordpress.com
one of the ways is exactly what you're doing now; by joining global online forums such as this one. You can as well join interest groups in Linked in and frequently submit comments...
What are investors afraid of when investing in Africa?
Frederik asked a question Sep 22, 20118 answers Unfollow
How long does it take to clear a container in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 22, 2011

Mary Paul Msemwa HR & Administration Manager Tutunze Kahawa Limited
This depends on the agent that you are using. Some are able to clear the container within a week but on average it takes around two weeks from the date that the agent has received...
We are an e-learning organisation. Why do we struggle to find suitable customers?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 21, 2011

Amit Vaidya Director Samkoman Consulting Limited
There is a generic issue here underlying the question - the reason why most businesses struggle to find customers - lack of a clear marketing/business plan, possibly lack of research...
We are an e-learning organisation. Why do we struggle to find suitable customers?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 21, 2011

John Brandow ceo Centurion Study Centre
Your question actually surprises me quite a lot. As I see it your content is where the answer lies. Also you most probably did not draft a proper marketing plan and/or identified your...
What is the potential for laptops vs. tablets and smartphones in Africa?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 19, 2011

Denis Githinji Trainer KenCall
Smartphones as well as Laptops are good bets. More Africans are likely to first meet the internet via a mobile phone than any other media.
What is the potential for laptops vs. tablets and smartphones in Africa?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 19, 2011

Denis Githinji Trainer KenCall
Smartphones as well as Laptops are good bets. More Africans are likely to first meet the internet via a mobile phone than any other media.
In which business fields is there great potential for digitalisation in Africa?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 19, 2011

John-Anthony Oyewobi
Banking, agriculture and mining are great potential for digitalisation in Africa. Banking are always building firewalls to improve their network security, so as to prevent their systems...
What are the language barriers for doing business in West Africa?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 18, 2011

Adeniyi Sola Bunmi MD/CEO Mcube Global Connect Limited
there is no barriers as most countries in west Africa speak english
What is most important to succeed as a business man in Africa?
Frederik asked a question Sep 17, 20114 answers Follow
What are the main energy problems and challenges in Kenya?
Frederik asked a question Sep 16, 20112 answers Follow
Should one create the business model before the business plan?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 16, 2011

Ojvind Krabbe Founder AfricaPace
Build the business model first; Describe how you can generate revenue from your product or service, calculate the revenue potential in both the short and long term. This will make...
Should one create the business model before the business plan?
Frederik voted up an answer - Sep 16, 2011

Melanie Minnaar Managing director Halo
Agree with business model first but then need to clearly understand the differences between 'model' and 'plan' to ensure either part is effective.
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