It’s very hard to do business in Africa without partners. It can also be very hard to find the right partners. There are different rules and regulations in different countries, dictating local shareholdings, national and municipal requirements, employment rights and so on.
Expand Africa can recommend, negotiate with and engage partners that you will need, in order to do business in Africa.
- Partnership enablement through existing African network– activate existing networks of academic, business and public sector organisations
- Legal advice and structuring – be assured of professional advice that adheres to international standards, but works within local market conditions
- Negotiation facilitation – ensure an equitable deal with any partners, given local requirements, and business imperatives
- Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) scheme structuring – benefit from pan-African expertise in PPPs, from financing to shareholding, employment to CSI imperatives
- Due diligence of potential partners/businesses – review professionally researched reports to enable informed decision-making on behalf of your business
"The end result of both domestic resource mobilisation and private-public partnership acceleration has been greater African autonomy in regard to the continental development agenda - and this has been universally regarded as a very positive trend."
Michael Sudarkasa, CEO of the African Business Group
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