2015 Sponsorship Opportunities
The Africa Investment Exchange serves a constituency who are directly involved in African project development and finance.
Contact Nick Carn for further details on how we can increase your organisation’s profile at these high level exchanges.
T: +44 1424 721 667
CPCS Transcom is an award-winning international infrastructure development firm specialising in private sector participation in transport, energy, and urban development sectors.
Steer Davies Gleave (SDG) are a leading independent transport consultancy, who have spent over a quarter of a century providing pioneering planning and advisory services to government and business. SDG plan, design, advise and provide expert analysis to deliver commercial insights and practical solutions.
Maputo Corridor Logistics Initiative (MCLI) was established in 2004 by infrastructure investors, users and service providers on the Maputo Corridor to address constraints hindering freight movement and to market the viability of the corridor for regional trade. Its partnership of public and private sector members and proactive role has resulted in visibility, credibility and acknowledgement as a model corridor management institution.
Resulting from investment in key infrastructure, the corridor has been a powerful instrument of regional and economic integration; with over $5billion invested in the region since its inception, resultant capital flow has provided sustained economic growth on the corridor in recent years.
Inherent to MCLI’s success is its leveraging of relationships at the highest level to pursue its vision of a cost effective, reliable logistics route.
The Royal African Society is Britain’s prime Africa organisation.Our goal is to promote Africa in business, politics, culture and academia. We are a membership society that works to foster better understanding and strong relationships between Britain, Africa and the world.
Our in-depth knowledge of the continent and our collaborative approach to programmes and partnerships make us the first choice for anyone who wants to engage, understand, celebrate or learn more about Africa.
The Business Council for Africa (BCA) supports over 400 companies and entrepreneurs operating across the continent. For the past 60 years, we’ve been creating a powerful network with 33 Councils or In-Country Directors in West and Southern Africa. We host over 35 meetings each year in UK focused on practical issues of trading or doing business in sub-Saharan Africa. Speakers include African Ministers, HMG Government officials and leading business people. Our exciting calendar of dynamic, interactive events throughout the year provides members with a unique platform to directly exchange thoughts and ideas with our speakers as well as other Business Council for Africa members.
Over the last few years Africa has consistently been named as the next Frontier for Capital growth by Economists and Financial Analysts. Capital Markets in Africa recognises the enterprising spirit and the investment opportunities that come with this phenomenon and as such aspires to showcase Africa as an attractive investment destination giving our readers the latest news, views and guidance on how to gain access to and profit from investment opportunities the region. We also provide exclusive interviews and commentaries from movers and shakers (such as Chief Executive Officers, Economists, Central Bank Governors, Investment and Fund Managers, Corporate Leaders, Heads of Governing Bodies, Entrepreneurs and Innovators) on the African continent.