Corporate Africa is an investment platform with experience across all African nations, matching governments and corporations with trade and investment opportunities. Since 1994 Corporate Africa has been a preferred choice for companies and governments wanting access to investment and matchmaking opportunities. The advent of the BRICS in 2009 and the BRICS Africa Business Investment Guide in 2013, has created greater capacity to exploit the breadth and depth of BRICS member countries’ economy, industries, and markets for additional partners, finance, technology, and investments. Click Here to access Investors’ Contacts.
Special reports are the spine of Corporate Africa. They connect investors to opportunities and governments seeking international capital. Reports cover the breadth and depth of Africa’s industry sectors, including green infrastructure, regional projects, and key players’ services and solutions. In between customers’ profiles they are subsequently inserted into delegates’ bag and at Registration in major events to generate conversations which are continued Online at: https://corporate-africa.com/africa-trade-investment-mission/ Please go to the “Events” link to see MICE for 2023/2024: Click Here for more information.
Skills and Experiences
Corporate Africa is fluent in English, Chinese, Amharic, French and Swahili languages generating the right messages to the right audiences creating tangible impact. Strategic partners have included the World Health Organization, EU, PRC, African Governments, G20, Ethiopian Airlines, Sumitomo, and Crown Agent.
Access to Governments
Community Intelligence & Messaging Advertising Offerings
Generating Strong and Sustainable Impact supported by a live database of key African and investor partners inside AfCFTA member states and the Diaspora
South Africa Reconstruction and Development Program
Corporate Africa and the Government of South Africa provided content outlining the country’s development plan to build capacity across national infrastructure to satisfy the needs of disadvantaged Africans. Also, to attract former and new investors back into South Africa economy through a global marketing campaign showcasing opportunities across the nation businesses and industries targeting foreign investors in the United Kingdom, the USA and European Union.
G-20 Africa Infrastructure Investment Conference
This is an international biannual project partnered by hi-level representatives from the G20 Steering Group, the UK Office for International Development, African Trade Ministers together with investors to discuss Africa infrastructure development, goals, projects and programs, and access to finance packages throughout the 21st century.
China Africa Business Summit
The Summit was organised in partnership with the PRC to engage and deliver opportunities, technologies, and the services of businesses from China to African governments and companies seeking greater cooperation and partnerships with China and its business communities.
Africa Green Investment Gateway Conference
A powerful and timely international meeting organized by Corporate Africa covered by CNN; embracing African governments and Green Technologist, investigating the impact of climate change in Africa and the technology, finances and other resources required to build low carbon economies. Covered by CNN International (business News)