The devoted personnel of Vibec Gabon is dedicated to always listen and to respect its customers. As a company, we are constantly striving to provide top quality service; Vibec always puts its customer's needs first... Vibec also worked on cold storage in Tunisia, electrification in Morocco, construction of a grand building in Congo-Brazzaville and contributed to solve an electricity transmission problem in Haiti.
Oxford Business Group (“OBG”), is an independently-owned UK-based global publishing, research, and consultancy company which produces critically acclaimed annual economic intelligence reports. Currently, OBG publishes The Report in 33 markets across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and South America. Geared towards the international business and investment community, each country’s specific edition provides a comprehensive analysis of economic developments within the country along with a focused analysis of key sectors. Over the past 18 years, OBG has built strong credentials from the international business community, Fortune 500 companies, international organizations, rating agencies and government bodies around the world. OBG prides itself on the objective authority of its annual country reports. Each report must first undergo a rigorous process of research by our teams of highly experienced, impartial, in-house analysts, and then be subjected to exacting editorial standards of strict factual verification before we elect to publish. It is this strict adherence to a demanding editorial process which allows our annual reports, across numerous growth economies, to stand the test of time year in, year out and, to the benefit of our subscribers who range from sophisticated investors to professional advisors. Last year our staff of almost 150 analysts and editors published reports on 38 fast-growing country economies, adding fundamental value to any responsible understanding of those countries which aims to go beyond a daily news cycle. To address the challenges of timeliness, we produce regular online Economic Updates by way of an addition to our Report information. These are sent out to our global subscribers. OBG also has a Consultancy Department which produces detailed client specific intelligence on various sectors of the economy, including real estate and banking. Based out of the Dubai Office, the Consultancy Department has conducted a vast array of projects since its inception in 2005, from business briefings to governmental and private delegations, through to full blown development feasibility studies where we may be liaising with host Governments on specific investment projects on behalf of foreign investors, reviewing project sites etc. With its reports regularly cited in the Financial Times, BBC, the Economist and other leading media outlets and its staff frequently interviewed on all forms of broadcast media, Oxford Business Group is a recognised and respected source of business intelligence in many parts of the world. Its reports are used by the world’s leading CEOs, governmental and policy leaders and international decision makers both as a valid platform for expressing opinion and as a key source of quality insight.
RockSparrow’s team of professionals combines extensive backgrounds in M&A, private equity and financial structuring with deep knowledge and experience of doing business in Africa. RockSparrow’s portfolio will focus on mining, agribusiness, retail, light manufacturing, commercial real estate, transportation and financial services with an initial country focus of Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa and DRC. RockSparrow will target the financing of projects offering ROIs in excess of 20% per annum. RockSparrow will be structured as an asset manager with an underlying protected cell company registered and regulated in Mauritius and administered by Summit Trust (Mauritius) Limited, part of the Summit Group, a global fiduciary service provider affiliated with the Sanlam Group. RockSparrow is seeking to finance a mix of capital investment and debt instruments. Target funding launch will be US$25-million in funding for investments in capital projects and US$25-million for debt instrument funding.
Depuis le 1er janvier 2007, Bayer CropScience, la branche phytosanitaire du groupe Allemand engagé dans la réduction des risques des produits agrochimiques chez les fabricants, les opérateurs, l'environnement et les consommateurs des denrées traitées, n’opère plus au Cameroun. La firme, leader mondial dans les pesticides et insecticides, naît de la fusion-absorption en 2001 entre Bayer et CropScience, la branche agrochimique d'Aventis. Au Cameroun, outre la distribution des produits phytosanitaires, Bayer Cropscience mettait un point d’honneur à l’application du concept de la protection raisonnée des cultures. La formation y relative portait donc sur la protection des ressources naturelles, la préservation de la biodiversité, et les bonnes pratiques agricoles, pour ne faire intervenir les produits chimiques qu’en dernier ressort. Son engagement pour le progrès et l'accompagnement des produits restait matérialisé au Cameroun par des programmes de formation communautaire destinés aux groupes d'agriculteurs. La décision de mettre la clé sous le paillasson au Cameroun, et qui a touché d’autres représentations à travers le monde, était dictée par un souci de rentabilité recherché par le conseil d’administration du groupe. Il s’agissait de se décharger de tous les bureaux à travers le monde, qui faisaient moins de 5 millions d’Euros de chiffre d’affaires, soit environ 3,3 milliards de F CFA. Seulement, cette fermeture qui a occasionné un "bug social" dans certains pays, n’a pas été source de pertes d’emplois au Cameroun. L'ensemble des activités locales et d'Afrique centrale du groupe, sont donc transférées à AfricAware, qui voit ainsi le jour en Janvier 2007.
International Linking Business is based in Libreville, Gabon. We are a distributor / import-export company, a business services company and farmers and operate in Fougamou (Ngounie), Libreville (Estuaire), Oyem (Woleu-Ntem), and Port-Gentil (Ogooue-Maritime) in the Business services and Agriculture, forestry and fishing sector.
With highly competitive delegate rates to suit all budgets, whatever you require and wherever in the country you wish your event to take place, Proximity SA will deliver, effectively and to a high professional standard. As a business offering a wealth of experience in event management, Proximity SA brings fresh and innovative ideas to each customer on how to plan and manage your events, taking the pressure away from you. Proximity SA will produce a detailed proposal in accordance with your budget and you can then leave the rest in safe hands. With a proven track record of managing corporate events, (including conferences residential and one-day), training seminars, product launches, staff awareness days, you can be assured of a professional and expert approach and delivery of your event. Proximity SA arranges specialist event insurance for everything from conferences, exhibitions and one-off firework displays to sporting occasions, weddings and other specialist events.
Menergy International is based in Accra, Ghana. We are a distributor / import-export company, an agent and a business services company and operate in Benin, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mauritania, and Sierra Leone in the Oil and gas sector...
Core Concept provides advisory and design services for public and private infrastructure. We have experience in countries such as Angola, Mozambique, Libya, USA, Ghana, Brasil and Portugal.
Monitoring African Sovereign Risk Independent economic and political research on Africa NKC African Economics investigates and interprets the sovereign risk, and political and macroeconomic conditions, of 30 African countries to caution against pitfalls and guide investors towards opportunities. NKC has a strong reputation for independence and quality and has a highly qualified team of economists, econometricians, quantitative analysts, political analysts, and editors, who are all experts in their field and have decades of experience in covering Africa. Insights are provided within the context of comprehensive knowledge of the African continent, its history, and each country’s unique political and economic setting. Oxford Economics recently acquired a majority stake in NKC, to support its strategy to strengthen its analysis and forecasts for Africa’s major economies. Oxford Economics already provides deep analysis of African economies, with regular country reports, forecast databanks, unique city forecasts for 96 locations in 43 countries, and custom forecasts and analysis. To this NKC will add their event-driven commentary and regular reports on economic and political events, providing comprehensive subscription-based coverage that will benefit organisations monitoring risks or opportunities to their investments or operations in Africa. For investment professionals Despite an abundance of information on Africa, there is a shortage of rigorous, independent research and accurate analysis to drive superior investment decisions. NKC consistently provides exact, unbiased and comprehensive reports on the sovereign risk and macroeconomic conditions of 30 African countries. How investment professionals use our research: Inform sound investment decisions Identify and analyse risk Project key economic indicators Anticipate currency movements For business leaders Political insight are at the heart of successful Africa strategies and effective risk management practices. Our research fuels competitive advantage and enterprise growth. Services range from daily updates to in-depth analysis of domestic economies and their political landscapes. We are skilled forecasters with proven success in anticipating events and interpreting consequences from a business perspective. How business leaders use our research: Inform robust Africa strategies Develop effective risk management practices Identify opportunities for investment, competitive advantage, expansion and growth Subscription services Talking Points: Comments on Africa’s important economic and political events as they occur, or as a consolidated report (Daily Insight) containing the day’s Talking Points. Fixed Income Report: Insight into key economic and political events which could influence trading in African markets, with notification of upcoming events. Africa In Focus: Overview of the week’s events and developments. Political Risk Report: Developments in countries in which future developments could pose a threat to political stability and affect foreign investment. SA Political Commentary: In-depth analysis of political events in South Africa and the implications for the local business and investment environments. SA Daily Economic Report: Two page update on the most important events seen in and affecting the SA market. Country Reports: Each quarter’s significant economic, political and financial market developments for 30 countries. Data is reviewed and analysed from economic and political perspectives. Infrastructure Report: Assessment of infrastructure in select African countries and its impact on development and growth; development challenges and priorities; project prospects; development partners and funding. Ad hoc services Identification of export opportunities to African countries; Research, analysis, models and forecasts on the evolution of the Africa consumer; Scenario planning and stress testing through econometric modelling; Sourcing of industry-specific data and competitor analysis; Thematic reports, commentary and analysis to address specific topics, themes or countries; Model building to assist with sales and volume forecasts; Strategy sessions and presentations to boards and C-level executives; Africa due diligence-related services, including: Profiling of executives and political figures in terms of background, capabilities and ambitions; Analysing shareholder and non-shareholder behaviour; Facilitating relationships with local lawmakers and regulators. NKC is proud of its official status as a Level 3 BEE contributor.
Groupe Genoyer is based in Paris, France. We operate in Algeria, Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Ethiopia, France, Gabon, Liberia, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, and Senegal in the Transportation, logistics and storage, renewable energy, Mining support service activities , Industrial metals and minerals, and Power, Water and Utilities sector...
Triple Z - Pipes and Fitting is based in Tarragona, Spain. We are a manufacturer / processor and operate in Angola, Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe in the Manufacturing and Import and export services sector...
ARPEDAC's aims to eradicate poverty and improve the quality of life by building capacity and raising awareness on energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and supporting the use of efficient, sustainable, safe and affordable energy technologies and services which are appropriate to meet the needs of communities and environment of today and the future. Our organisations play a leading role in consolidating practical partnership in Central Africa between academic, government and industry to bring about sustainable future and develop effective clean solutions for the sake of ourselves and our planet. Our philosophy is crafted in light of the need for corporate governance and responsibility. We aim to put energy at the centre of development, without which, the millennium development goals can be met. Our is based on the fact that the ability of people in Africa to build their economies, to educate their children, to build hospitals, to reduce poverty and improve their quality of life, to run their businesses, all depends on energy.
Infomineo is based in Casablanca, Morocco. We are a financial services company, a professional services business and a business services company and operate in Algeria, Angola, Bahrain, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Europe, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Reunion, Rwanda, Saint Helena, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Western Sahara, Yemen, Zambia, and Zimbabwe in the Business process outsourcing (BPO) and call centres and Business consulting sector...
Founded in 2013, AlÃ©vina & Partners , an independent firm, strives to innovate in the Gabonese market by offering competitive local service that meets the ever changing requirements of international regulations imposed since the Sarbanes OXLEY ACT.
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