Make investments Africa, a enterprise and funding platform for African markets, has joined forces with pan-African consultancy APO Group to assist promote commerce throughout the continent.
The partnership goals to extend funding in Africa and drive prosperity for all Africans throughout the restoration from Covid-19.
Make investments Africa works with greater than 400 personal fairness corporations, growth finance establishments, enterprise capital funds and multinational organisations beneath the umbrella, together with Absa Group, Afreximbank, Aon, Financial institution of America, Dangote, DHL, DLA Piper, Moody’s, Olam and PwC.
In 2018, Make investments Africa merged with the Enterprise Council for Africa, an organisation that’s traditionally recognized for selling commerce and financial growth in Africa since 1956.
In the meantime, consultancy APO Group works with corporations in all 54 African nations, serving to organisations construct stronger footholds in Africa as a way to increase native economies and promote funding. Its world media channels ship African tales to new audiences around the globe, creating consciousness and opening up enterprise alternatives.
Karen Taylor, CEO of Make investments Africa, stated: “As Africa appears to recuperate from Covid-19, the personal sector could have a necessary position to play. At Make investments Africa, we’re dedicated to supporting African companies and produce with us the experience of our multinational community. APO Group’s expertise and status in Africa will assist us to open doorways and construct new relationships. Collectively, I imagine we will play a key position in Africa’s socio-economic progress.”
Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard, APO group founder and chairman, stated: “The work being performed by Make investments Africa is important in driving much-needed funding into African economies. For many years, they’ve performed an essential position in connecting multinational organisations with their African counterparts, creating distinctive enterprise alternatives. I imagine that, in partnership, Make investments Africa and APO Group may help preserve the continent on an thrilling progress trajectory.”