Opportunities for growth in Africa

Many African countries increasingly offer attractive prospects for companies and investors: the growing availability of labour and skilled workers, rising purchasing power and the improved integration into global value chains are opening up great entrepreneurial potential. In addition, countries such as Côte d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana and Senegal had growth rates of more than five percent in recent years, placing them among the fastest growing economies.

Invest for Jobs supports companies in their investment activities in Africa by offering comprehensive advice, contacts and financial support to overcome investment barriers. The aim is to create good jobs and apprenticeships in the African partner countries and preserve them during the corona pandemic.

Opportunities for growth in AfricaEgyptEthiopiaCôte d’IvoireGhanaMoroccoRwandaSenegalTunisia
Egypt
Egypt

Egypt

Egypt’s economy is the second largest in Africa. Regardless of which sector you operate in, we can help you harness the promising investment opportunities that exist in Egypt. We offer a tailor-made package of advice, contacts and financial support so that together we can identify and overcome specific investment obstacles.

Ethiopia
Ethiopia

Ethiopia

With a population of some 101 million people, Ethiopia is Africa’s second most populous country. In cooperation with our Ethiopian partners, we are developing attractive business locations, including industrial and business parks, and taking targeted measures to promote growth sectors. Are you a small or medium-sized Ethiopian enterprise? We can help you enhance your competitiveness or tap into new markets.

Côte d’Ivoire
Côte d’Ivoire

Côte d’Ivoire

Whether it’s about training local workers or building an access road to an industrial estate in one of the West Africa’s largest economies, we take up your ideas and work with you and our Ivorian partners to develop projects that will remove specific barriers to investment. At the same time, we specifically support Ivorian small and medium-sized companies in enhancing their competitiveness and in tapping into new markets.

Ghana
Ghana

Ghana

Ghana is considered a prime example of democratic and economic development in an African country. Regardless of which sector you operate in, we can help you harness the promising investment opportunities that exist in Ghana. Are you a small or medium-sized Ghanaian enterprise? We can help you enhance your competitiveness or tap into new markets.

Morocco
Morocco

Morocco

Morocco is seen as an important hub between Europe and Africa and offers many attractive investment opportunities. We offer a tailor-made package of advice, contacts and financial support to help you identify and overcome specific local investment obstacles. To small or medium-sized Moroccan enterprises we offer support in enhancing their competitiveness and tapping into new markets.

Rwanda
Rwanda

Rwanda

We can help you harness the promising investment opportunities that exist in Rwanda. Especially promising growth sectors in the country of a thousand hills include agricultural processing, the digital economy and the emerging pharmaceutical and biotechnology sector. However, our support to German, European and Rwandan companies is not limited to these sectors.

Senegal
Senegal

Senegal

Senegal’s market-friendly economic system is increasingly attracting private investment. We will be happy to help you harness the many different investment opportunities that exist in the country. We offer a tailor-made package of advice, contacts and financial support to help you identify and overcome specific local investment obstacles.

Tunisia
Tunisia

Tunisia

Tunisia is regarded as a regional pioneer on the path towards democracy – but the country is forging ahead in terms of its economy too. Its proximity to Europe and the comparatively high level of education among its workforce are conducive to investment and partnerships. We support companies in harnessing the promising investment opportunities and assist in identifying and overcoming specific investment obstacles.

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