How credible entrepreneurs affect cultural goods

I recently found an article at the  Leadership (a Nigerian newspaper) entitled "How Absence Of Credible Entrepreneurs Ruins Cultural Goods" which explains how a post-colonial trade habit in Nigeria diminishes the revenues from cultural goods as the traders are not credible entrepreneurs. It makes reference to a paper presentation titled, “Cultural Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria’, … Continue reading How credible entrepreneurs affect cultural goods

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The merits of Cultural Entrepreneurship in Africa

I have come across an article dating back to 2009 by Peter Musa published by 'D+C Development and Cooperation', a website and a monthly print magazine funded by Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and commissioned by ENGAGEMENT GLOBAL. The article is entitled "The merits of Cultural Entrepreneurship in Africa - Becoming active". … Continue reading The merits of Cultural Entrepreneurship in Africa

Young people urged to join cultural entrepreneurship in Angola

Last September 2013, the "Handicraft Fair of Dondo" took place in Angola, Africa.In the Agencia Angola Press article, "the governor of the northern Kwanza Norte province, Henrique André Júnior, called in Kambambe municipality, for youth to also join the cultural entrepreneur, thus being active participants in the generation of national wealth and improvement of social conditions … Continue reading Young people urged to join cultural entrepreneurship in Angola