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Africa is undergoing profound changes as the region becomes more integrated, accelerated by the AfCFTA – a single market representing 1.7 billion people and $6.7 trillion in consumer and business spending by 2030. The full implementation of the AfCFTA agreement is projected to increase real incomes by 7% or nearly $450 billion. Africa's position as an entryway to expansion in global trade is also well recognised. The continent's varied export portfolio, strategic location, infrastructure investment, mineral resources and raw materials, and commitment to economic integration through trade agreements establish it as a major participant in the global trade environment.
As businesses, entrepreneurs and investors seek opportunities outside conventional markets, Africa's attraction as an export and import destination is growing. The region is not only unlocking prospects for its own development by embracing innovation and promoting cooperation, but it is also serving as a doorway for enterprises throughout the world to begin on a journey of sustainable progress and prosperity.
SSCG Africa's footprint ensures that forward-thinking, competent people understand the complexity of doing business on the continent. Our significant expertise in Africa and long-term working knowledge means we can provide informed perspectives, insights, local understanding, and value-added solutions.
Africa has witnessed a boom in technological clusters and innovation ecosystems in the last 5 yrs. Top technologically advanced economies with strong digital markets and ecosystems, as well as the capacity to attract major foreign investment, are becoming more and more recognised. These economies include Nigeria, Morocco, South Africa, Egypt, Kenya, and Rwanda. In addition to offering digital solutions, goods, and services to spur industrial growth, this technical breakthrough promotes collaboration and provides opportunities for growth and partnership with global technology partners.
We provide cutting-edge market solutions, perspectives and insights to help businesses develop robust African market-focused exporting, go-to-market entry, and business growth strategies that enable them to expand in the regions and win, operate effectively, navigate complexities and de-risk operational, and drive growth, sustainability and CSR agenda, excellence, profitability, and as well as enhanced return on investment.
We support clients identify opportunities in the African markets to accelerate growth, establish partnerships and collaboration, enhance operational performance and risk resilience, deliver competitive products and services, and enhance sustainability allowing them to outperform their competition.
We support clients identify growth opportunities, develop competitive Africa export strategy and market access action plan, execute robust business development strategies, enhance sourcing strategies and supply chain resilience, de-risk operations, increase sustainability to win, grow, expand market share and improve bottom line in Africa.
We support clients manage capital projects and programmes by implementing an integrated project operational framework that includes effective controls, processes, and procedures to promote project transparency, accountability, and benefit realisation.
We work with many of Africa's businesses and organisations to mobilise for change, create successful strategies, and drive effective execution in order to achieve optimum performance and results.
We work alongside our clients to strengthen their business's value chains in order to enhance operational efficiency and visibility, decrease costs while boosting revenue, and increase added-value products commercialised in specific industrial value chains and marketplaces.
We offer an objective, professional approach to managing the many risks associated with projects implementation. We help clients reduce risks of project failure by improving practices in change/scope management, issues management, planning, scheduling, resource management, accounting, quality assurance, and communication.
We support our clients develop and executE their internationalisation and localization strategies to ensure they understand and adapt their operations to distinct regional peculiarities and business requirements of the target locality while enhancing compliance.
The Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries are encountering difficulties in attaining sustainable development goals due the non-alignment and ineffective the energy and climate policies, industry strategies and Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) compliance governance.
We work collaboratively and enable our clients on strategic and operational initiatives, helping them to deploy industry-leading methodologies and solutions, enhance capabilities, innovate and transform their business, products and services to accelerate performance and drive value creation. Additionally, strengthen strategic management, business models and systems, enhance agility and resilience, improve sustainability, accelerate digital transformation journey, de-risk operations and future proof their business.
Contact us to discuss how we can support you, your business, and your initiatives. We offer all new clients a free initial consultation with one of our professionals to explore your requirements, challenges and ambitions, as well as how we can support.
With an expected market of 1.4 billion people and a combined GDP of $6 trillion over the next decade, expanding consumer spending, a burgeoning middle class, infrastructure development prospects, an improving economic and business environment, and local raw materials. The region offers multinational companies with trade and investment opportunities to strengthen their portfolios.
Local business players are competing fiercely for the same markets and are now better managed and much sharper on strategy. Overcoming complexities and steadily improving their processes. Rising to the top and staying there appears to be much harder than before—and only the strongest survive. As African companies create greater value, personal wealth is also increasing at an impressive rate.
Home to the world’s largest free trade area with an estimated combined consumer and business spending of $6.7 trillion in 2030. How can Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) boost growth and increased market access opportunities for entrepreneurs and small businesses across the continent to a much larger market. More
African manufacturing sector is booming unlocking new market opportunities, stimulating the economy and creating new jobs. A key focus is integrating industry 4.0, advanced manufacturing and automation technologies to scale production, product quality, process efficiency; and operation excellence while reducing costs and boosting profitability.
Today's enterprise need agile leaders with more than common sense, who understand basic economics and crucial issues of 21 Century such climate change, factors for competitiveness and intersectorial linkages. Agile leaders for sustained economic and social development who resist bad ideas and forces that destroy governance. Leaders who understand how to govern and impact of policies that they formulate. Leaders who know how to create and recognise the value.
The global economy is growing, but also faces trade uncertainty. Whatever the eventual outcome of global instability, companies can and should see the current high-global uncertainty environment as a prompt to rethink and strengthen their supply chains in Africa for resilience.
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