Set your business up for long-term growth on the African continent
Since the turn of the century and consistently for nearly a decade before COVID-19 ravaged global markets, Africa was home to the fastest growing economies. This afforded it the title of the “last frontier” for businesses seeking growth opportunities in an otherwise flattening global growth context. As COVID impacted the globe, so too were Africa’s short and medium-term prospects for growth. However, playing in Africa is a long-term game, and it is through this lens that it is expected to rebound.
Trade Intelligence’s Retail in Africa Special Report is a must-have strategic guide for ambitious organisations looking to tap into the continent.
Why Invest In This Report
Develop a comprehensive view of what is driving Africa’s long-term economic growth prospects
Understand the themes shaping the retail sector in Africa
Get an overview of leading retail markets and categories
Gain actionable insight and recommendations on market entry and expansion levers for growth
Africa’s long-term economic growth story
Six themes shaping retail in Africa
Africa FMCG category overview: Food, Beverages, Beauty & Personal Care and OTC Pharmaceuticals
Africa’s leading retail markets: Nigeria, Kenya and Zambia
Winning in African markets: Growth, market-entry, opportunities and barriers
Who Will Use This Report
Country / portfolio managers, commercial managers and retailers
Price: R 75,000* per report
(online access available in PPT or PDF) *Includes 3 free seats to the Retail in Africa Webinar
For more information or to order your report and/or book your seat, please contact Shelley van Heerden on +27  31 303 2803 | email@example.com or visit www.tradeintelligence.co.za
Retail in Africa Webinar
15 February 2022 | 08:30 – 11:00
Gain insight into the African retail market, its consumers, and the opportunities that the continental free trade agreement could unlock for growth on the continent.
Price: R3,650 pp OR 3 free seats with purchase of the report
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