Want a great way to win over millennials in Africa’s emerging markets?

Entrepreneur – Millennial influence has gone global. In addition to disrupting everything from how Americans work to how they buy groceries, this demographic is having an impact overseas, a big impact. Take Africa, for example: Millennials now comprise 37 percent of that continent’s population, making Africa the most youthful continent on the planet.


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