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WHAT WE OFFER

Investing successfully
in Africa

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Discover promising markets

Take the opportunity to expand your business: open up new exciting markets, get to know international and local business partners and create sustainable job prospects.

If you want to grow with your business and create jobs locally, Invest for Jobs can help you reduce potential obstacles. What do we offer? Advice and know-how, financial support and networking with local and international companies.

What we offer for you

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Consulting and know-how

From project idea to concrete implementation: our experts will advise you on the implementation of your project and support you in choosing the ideal project partner - for example, in the context of inter-company training or strengthening local suppliers.

2

Financial support

Whether it is the construction or equipping of training centres or an access road to an industrial area - let us discuss your ideas and help you with the appropriate financing to overcome possible investment obstacles.

3

Exciting business contacts

Get to know interesting business partners: we support you in establishing business relationships with African SMEs and decision-makers in local markets.

4

Promoting sustainable business activities

Sustainability is becoming more and more important for companies. We can support you in establishing digital, low-emission and resource-efficient business models on the ground. In addition, we provide targeted support to companies in new ‘green’ sectors, such as renewable energies and the circular economy. Together, we can thus create future-proof jobs and company structures.

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Empowering women in the private sector

Women contribute to a modern, diverse and resilient corporate culture that helps companies achieve greater economic success. We promote women managers and entrepreneurs with measures tailored specifically to them and their companies, for example management training and access to financing options. In addition, we provide companies with support in training women specialists. Together, we can thus create more and better jobs for women and a successful corporate environment.

Our partner countries

Projects are currently possible in Egypt, Ethiopia, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Morocco, Rwanda, Senegal and Tunisia.

Our partner countries Egypt Ethiopia Côte d’Ivoire Ghana Morocco Rwanda Senegal Tunisia

Contact

We are looking forward to hearing from you

Under the Invest for Jobs brand, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) has put together a package of measures to support German, European and African companies in investment activities that have a high impact on employment in Africa. The Special Initiative "Decent Work for a Just Transition" – the official title – offers comprehensive advice, contacts and financial support to overcome investment barriers. The development objective is to work together with companies to create up to 100,000 good jobs and to improve working conditions and social protection in its African partner countries.

Partner countries: Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Morocco, Rwanda, Senegal and Tunisia.

Find out more about our services for companies, universities, chambers and associations: https://invest-for-jobs.com/en/offers

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