Government policies should create space for entrepreneurs to thrive’
Andrew Skipper currently heads the Africa practice of Hogan Lovells. This organization is a global law firm with offices in more than 45 countries including 11 offices in the USA. In this interview with FEMI ADEKOYA, he explains how he is leading his firm’s Africa practice to pursue a policy of understanding, operating, investing and respecting Africa. Specifically, he explains how his firm explores global technologies and strategies in supporting the development of local entrepreneurs and businesses.
Having worked in Africa for a while now, how would you describe your experience? And why is your firm interested in the Nigerian market as well as others?
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