BizNis Africa (www.biznisafrica.com) is an independent online trade and investment news website that focuses on Africa’s 3 major business economic sectors – ICT (Information and Communications Technology), Mining and Energy.
The aim of the website is to cover Africa’s untold business news and expose its vast opportunities.
Africa has the potential to be a major story of the next decade as it is still underdeveloped but growing at an alarming rate.
BizNisAfrica.com aims to showcase Africa as an ideal global investment hub. The website offers its readers high quality, reliable and valuable information. It provides deep insights on Africa’s business investment news and the latest business research.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship have often been described as major contributors to Africa’s business advancement.
In Africa, the importance and opportunities for entrepreneurs cannot be overlooked.
BizNisAfrica.com aims to unpack relevant global news to its readers by providing valuable content, videos and photos.
The website covers other relevant business sectors including Entrepreneurship, Business Leadership, Business Profiles, Company Rankings, Research, Commodities, Trade and Investment.
Africa remains an attractive, emerging market and an ideal investment for global investors.
BizNis Africa.com promises to:
– Deliver rigorous debate on the business and financial markets
– Meet global business reporting standards
– Act as a free information network for connecting Africa’s professionals and experts
– Engage with diverse business professionals
The African business community faces challenging times of change and uncertainty.
The current global economic climate has resulted in corporate businesses being cautious about investment and growth.
This turbulent period has lead to a majority of global companies focusing on emerging markets, including Africa.
Global Investors are seeking certainty and clearly defines business policies.
On a global scale, the major challenge is the current volatile markets.
Africa’s current political, economic, social and regulatory forces can directly impact on the way in which the continent’s businesses operate.
BizNis Africa forecasts that:
– Africa should position itself as an investor friendly continent
– The emergence of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) nations presents an opportunity for businesses to source new clients for products and services
– African businesses are being forced to connect to a new client base using digital platforms
– Africa is competing with both emerging and developed markets for investment
– Africa is positioning itself to become the gateway for global investors
BizNis Africa categories:
Africa is the most sought after global investment destination. The continent is currently experiencing high growth and improved trading conditions. There are 54 countries in Africa, each offering unique business opportunities and challenges. BizNis Africa will provide key insights on key African markets.
Africa is experiencing an invasion of new technology, especially mobile phones. The technology section will investigate how accessible is technology across the African continent.
Mining in Africa is no longer about extracting minerals. The mining section will cover news that can help to unlock the true value of mining through sustainable operation and technology innovation. African mining companies are struggling to ramp up production and keep pace with the boom.
The energy section will cover Africa’s electricity production, consumption importing or exporting in Africa. Energy usage and infrastructure development varies widely across the continent.
Digital media and the Internet are increasingly part of the African media landscape. Mobile phone technology is driving media innovation in Africa, surpassing the Internet and transforming communications across the continent. This section will share insights on the latest digital media trends .
The business leadership section profiles executives who posses great power and influence in Africa’s business and economy.
The company rankings section will cover Africa’s wealthy companies across all business sectors. The company rankings are based on extensive research results from leading companies and analysts.
The entrepreneurship section profiles start-ups and SMEs that are making a difference across the African continent. BizNis Africa will profile smart individuals with innovative ideas.
Africa has to create an environment that is conducive for doing business. BizNis Africa provides the ultimate platform for providing Africa’s business investment news.