AfricanWise collaborates with investors and European private business to design and develop business opportunities in Sub Saharan Africa.
With our expertise we support the development of markets across all sectors, as well as focusing on selected projects in the region.
We are convinced that the African continent will play a dominant, distinct role in the world economy in the coming decades.
By investing in and supporting growth, AfricanWise promises to fulfill a pivotal role in sustainable socio-economic development.
Based on an inclusive approach, which embraces all stakeholders, we enjoy a vast network of project partners who have lived and worked in Africa and who understand its challenges.
Local presence allows AfricanWise to have its finger on the African pulse at all times.
For those already in the Sub Saharan region, we source funding and support for growth.
Where AfricanWise sees promise, it seeks to fulfill it.
AfricanWise brings knowledge and expertise, business and profit, networks and investment for developing markets in Sub-Saharan Africa.
A region it understands and believes in!
We have a unique ability to identify investment opportunities and maximize their potential.
Through our extensive network, we connect entrepreneurs and businesses with investors and experts.
“Intelligent Exports 2016 onwards” on 14th June 2016 in Addis Ababa We are pleased to invite you to take active part in the future of Ethiopian textile – fashion and garment sector by joining the conference ‘Intelligent exports in 2016’ on June 14, 2016. The conference will be hosted at the Hilton Hotel in Addis
In opdracht van de Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland en de Nederlandse ambassade te Dakar, organiseert AfricanWise in samenwerking met het Nederlands Centrum voor Handelsbevordering (NCH) een handelsmissie naar Conakry, Guinee. Deze missie zal op 23 en 24 mei 2016 plaatsvinden, onder leiding van missieleider Z.E. Ambassadeur Theo Peters van de Nederlandse ambassade te Dakar, Senegal.
By Anna Rosenberg By now even latecomers among multinational corporations have decided to include African countries in their emerging market portfolios. However, many companies are not making the most of the Sub-Saharan Africa opportunity because of misconceptions about what it takes to succeed in the region. Sub-Saharan Africa refers to countries below the Sahara desert, such as
What is the appropriate and right financial planning approach when a western company is considering developing business in Africa? I mean: is financial planning and modeling feasible as it’s usually done in the western corporate world? I remember how I was shocked to hear last year, from a French lecturer at an event organized by the
Editor: Amadou Sy Africa is at a tipping point in 2016. Despite all the success the continent has achieved in recent years, new and old dangers—economic, political, and security-related—threaten to derail its progress. With sound policymaking, effective leadership, and enough foresight, however—Africa can meet and defeat these challenges as well as the many more to come.
Today I bought some roses at my local supermarket. Yes, I do treat myself with flowers on a Friday or any other day occasionally (must be a British thing that stuck with me) . But today, I did something different. Having researched flower production in Africa lately, I actually looked at the label before I
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