Hoping the shoe fits

Tal Dehtiar is poised to begin selling African-made shoes to consumers in North America after going through 37 drafts of his business plan. The 29-year-old entrepreneur is determined to use local workers and materials for his Oliberté brand, despite the bureaucratic and logistical hurdles of working in Africa. "I want people to have jobs for the rest of their lives," he explains.

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