July 24th, 2015
Episode 312 of 836 episodes
GSK gets the green light from European regulators for the world's first malaria vaccine. Sir Andrew Witty, GSK's CEO, tells us how it might be funded, when it might be available and discusses the vaccine's limitations. Also, as President Obama visits Kenya and attends the Global Entrepreneurship Summit there, we hear what budding businesses in the East African region need most. Mentors and money rank high on the list. Safaricom's CEO, Bob Collymore, tells us how his company hopes to help tech entrepreneurs.
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