Best Business Investment Opportunities In Africa
We advise international businesses, companies and corporations on the procedures and processes for the profitable export, import, marketing, sales and distribution of products and goods into West Africa. We work with leading companies in Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Gambia, Ghana, Gabon, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo.
Renewable Energy Investments In Africa – In energy, technology, supply chain design and other areas, Africa has the ability to look at what works elsewhere then fashion its own renewable energy solutions.
Africa can openly embrace renewable energy technology and the latest innovative development ideas, with no historical imprint from which to break free.
Medical & Healthcare Business Investments – Health is becoming big business in Africa as African countries urbanise. Disease patterns are changing and more people are becoming able to pay for healthcare or buy health insurance.
Investment opportunities exist in care delivery, medical supply and distribution and most African healthcare systems are developing from a woefully low base. Those who can afford treatment often travel to India, Turkey and Europe.
FMCG, Retail, Lifestyle & Fashion Investments – With the growth of Africa’s middle class, we’re seeing the development of new aspirations and expectations. Educated, urban professionals are young, brand-aware and sophisticated in terms of their consumption.
Retailers and consumer brands need to anticipate and drive buying preferences in FMCG, fashion, home and lifestyle products, but they know they need international standard supply chains if they are to meet demand.
Internet, Mobile, ICT, IT & Tech Investments – Africa is witnessing an information technology (IT) or digital revolution that is transforming traditional ways of business and service delivery.
IT is a leading enabler in the new economy and is bringing about efficiency, productivity and employment and is transforming social service delivery in health, education, culture and environmental management.
Infrastructure Investment Opportunities – Massive investment is leading to major upgrades and expansion at African ports and airports, but Africa’s growth potential depends on local, national and regional road, rail and air connections.
Roads and rail lines are sparse, decrepit and over-burdened. Africa’s lack of efficient storage and distribution infrastructure hinders businesses, entrepreneurs and farmers.