Business Insider Africa (https://Africa.BusinessInsider.com), a Pulse licensee publication, celebrated its first anniversary. Business Insider Africa was launched in August 2020 in partnership with Pulse, Africa’s leading innovative media company, as a pan-African provider of innovative business news. Previously, Pulse has been publishing Business Insider content on its platforms since 2017.
Since its full launch, Business Insider Africa has gained relevance across the continent through insightful and timely business reporting in the continent’s major markets – with a special focus on interviews and stories from individual business leaders. Today Business Insider Africa offers pan-African business news and insights; Technology; disruptive trends; Innovation; Business leaders and entrepreneurs; Career development; and a range of topics of general interest including entertainment and lifestyle.
On the occasion of the anniversary, Leonard Stiegeler, founder and publisher of Pulse said: “It feels great to be with Business Insider Africa for a year. In this short year we have established the brand as a reliable and contemporary business news platform on the continent – with a keen eye for the people behind the business. I look forward to continued growth in the future as we work to further highlight what is Africa’s business scene. “
Roosa Kivisto, Business Insider’s International Partner Manager, commented: ‘We are excited about our continued partnership with Pulse to bring the content and spirit of Business Insider to Africa – and to tell African business stories regionally and globally. We will continue to build on the established strong basis together. ‘
Victor Oluwole, Head & Editor of Business Insider Africa, also commented: “Since the relaunch of Business Insider we have seen strong growth in our readership and viewership as well as an increase in our social communities. We strive to ensure that we deliver detailed and timely business news as well as meaningful background information that our community now relies on us for. “
Business Insider Africa has amassed a solid following on its website and social platforms, with nearly 1 million followers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter. The website had the highest number of visitors ever in Africa in 2021, with an average of around 800,000 unique visitors per month.
The news agency is celebrating its first birthday with a special interview with three African entrepreneurs featured in this year’s Bloomberg New Economy Catalysts (Abasi Ene-Obong, founder 54gene (https://bit.ly/3xlhHi6); Shamim Nabuuma Kaliisa, founder of the Chil Artificial Intelligence Lab (https://bit.ly/3jKSvgN); Alloysius Attah, Co-Founder, Farmerline) (https://bit.ly/3hGR0Ol), as well as an exclusive interview with Seigne Ndanck Mbaye, CEO West Africa & Country Head Ghana, DHL Global forwarding (https://bit.ly/36gTeOQ).
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