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- Africa's Most Revered Personalities
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ENDANGERED ENTREPRENEURS REPORT 2009
Endangered Kings of Capitalism Report
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Read the background to this report - Men Amongst Men

Also in this Report:

- A new breed of endangered species
- Throne of the capitalist
- The Stakes Endangered factor
- Pan African results from a pan-African research


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"... a very worthwhile initiative"
- Olufemi Awoyemi, FCA

Brief: Endangered Report

This research report titled ‘Africa’s Endangered Kings of Capitalism’ is code named ‘Endangered Entrepreneurs Report’. The report is a product of a research study that spanned three months with the aim to expose the possibility of Africa losing some of its top business founders sooner than expected.

Using the Stakes Endangered Factor (SEF), a correlated function that compared the age of the entrepreneur to the life expectancy figure of their country of nationality, as the uniform variable for comparison, ICR researchers calculated the SEF for Fifty-five (55) selected entrepreneurs from Africa who had crossed the age of sixty (60) and met other conditions such as; been involved with a company quoted on a stock exchange in Africa and has shown great entrepreneurial prowess.

The 55 were drawn from a collection of over One hundred and Fifty (150) entrepreneurs drawn from various other reports and rankings which had Africans represented that have been published all over the globe. These included; the Forbes 400, BT 100 Egypt, Sunday Times SA rich list and many more.

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