Corporate Africa since 1994 has worked with African governments and industries to link them to foreign investors and international companies targeting opportunities across the continent’s industries to exploit in win-win partnerships. Corporate Africa courts investors and direct them to industry projects which are thoroughly analyzed in special commercial and business reports in the magazine value adding environment.

Throughout 2024,  Corporate Africa is promoting reports featuring key power and energy investments with contributions from renown experts including Honourable Davis Chirchir, Minister of Energy and Petroleum Kenya; USAID Power Africa, Chief Strategist, Dawit Pieters, and the Honourable Gwede Mantashe, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy of South Africa. At the core of the reports is the US$40 billion Power Africa investment being exploited by USAID private sector development partners in partnerships with governments and local energy to build megawatt capacity in all forms of renewable energies including micro-grids. wind, hydro-power, solar, geothermal, and IPPs. Projects across Africa and their impact on communities; projects in progress, and new projects in pipelines. Businesses and investors engaged in these sectors across Africa are invited to participate and engage value added resources such as partnerships with governments and the public sector, project finance, JVs, new business, and distribution and agencies.

Corporate Africa clients include companies such as Shell, ABB, GE, Exxon Mobil and PetroSA. These brands together with expert contributors create a value adding environment where local companies can exploit and leverage their brands, services, projects and local competences to engage governments and investors’ projects, resources, know-how, and finances in win-win partnerships. The special reports are leveraged on Corporate Africa digital platforms and in print copies generating strong inquires and responses feeding into the networking platforms of six international events: The events are NOG Energy Week 2024, Power & Energy Africa 2024, Africa Energy Forum 2024, AviaDev 2024, Africa Oil Week 2024,  Africa Hospitality and Investment Forum 2024, AfricaCom 2024

And to ensure that our customers are equipped to exploit the opportunities offered by responsive investors in the energy sector Corporate Africa has devised important meetings with government ministers and renown trainers to inform, develop, and guide participants to help them navigate the opportunities available.

Mission Statement – Corporate Africa celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in 2024; success achieved by generating measurable and tangible results for customers. Our success derives from a commitment to provide customers a good and professional service at all times. That is why we only invoice on delivery of service to confirm our standards, generate trust, client loyalty and goodwill.

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