Bradley has a keen interest in developing market based solutions to the various developmental challenges being faced on the African continent. Before this he Co-Founded the St Andrews Africa Summit during his undergraduate studies at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. In 2015, he established a social enterprise called “Smart Fuel”, where he and his team converted used cooking oil from hotels into biodiesel. The product was reintroduced into the market. The innovation went on to win several accolades including the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Award, the GUBA Student achievers award, the Mustard seed prize for social impact and many more. He hopes that the summit will continue to bring together like minded Africa enthusiasts towards the greater good of the continent’s actualisation of its true worth and potential.