Make your successful business story in Africa  easier, safer and with confidence.

VAL Africa’s core service is to Partner you with interested Businesses, Companies and Institutions to Connect, Establish, Promote, Market and Expand their Activities  in Europe and Africa through:

  • Slovenian center  for Europe and Worldwide
  • Abidjan  center  for Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa and Africa.
  • Lagos and Port Harcourt centers for Nigeria

by connecting to our well-oiled structures anchored on the efficiency and effectiveness of the VAL Africa Partners.

We support you 

We are a Business Development Consulting Entity, that goes the extra mile in ensuring long term success for Partners’ Projects by taking practically realistic, cost saving and lawful steps to arrive at the intended objectives of the Project Partners.

Africa’s equity markets are hot, with investors attracted by the Sub-Saharan region’s GDP growth rate of more than 5% over the past three years. The main markets have risen by more than 50% in the past year.

Granted; it’s easier for underdeveloped economies to deliver eye-popping growth numbers since they are starting from a much smaller economic base than the developed world, still economists think that:

  • Many African countries can expect even more impressive growth than the average for the continent.
  • Some African nations have the potential to double their economies over the next decade. (over 7% per annum)
  • Ethical Investments in Agriculture are particularly important, because agriculture ‘s potential is huge.
  • Other Sectors of the African Economy such as Real Estate,  Industry, Technology, etc., have equally great Potentials.

ECOWAS

Economic Community Of West African States – ECOWAS  www.ecowas.int   

Member countries making up ECOWAS are: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cote d’ Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Senegal and Togo.

Investing and doing business in the  ECOWAS  region is further enhanced by the Economic Partnership Agreement between EU and West Africa, which covers goods and development cooperation, that opens up new business opportunities and increases legal certainty for European Investors.

Why invest in Africa?

  • American and European markets are saturated with supply and there are few demands.
  • Africa continents are consumer nations and they are not technologically advance like America and Europe.
  • There is market in Africa and demands are high in Africa.
  • Massive invasion of African market and economy by Multinationals companies from America, Western Europe and Asians.
  • Fast economic growth and sponsoring of development projects by world bodies like World Bank, IMF, USAID and IFC are concentrated in developing Africa.

Make your successful business story in Africa  easier, safer and with confidence.

VAL Africa’s core service is to Partner you with interested Businesses, Companies and Institutions to Connect, Establish, Promote, Market and Expand their Activities  in Europe and Africa through:

  • Slovenian center  for Europe and Worldwide
  • Abidjan  center  for Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa and Africa.
  • Lagos and Port Harcourt centers for Nigeria

by connecting to our well-oiled structures anchored on the efficiency and effectiveness of the VAL Africa Partners.

We support you 

We are a Business Development Consulting Entity, that goes the extra mile in ensuring long term success for Partners’ Projects by taking practically realistic, cost saving and lawful steps to arrive at the intended objectives of the Project Partners.

Africa’s equity markets are hot, with investors attracted by the Sub-Saharan region’s GDP growth rate of more than 5% over the past three years. The main markets have risen by more than 50% in the past year.

Granted; it’s easier for underdeveloped economies to deliver eye-popping growth numbers since they are starting from a much smaller economic base than the developed world, still economists think that:

  • Many African countries can expect even more impressive growth than the average for the continent.
  • Some African nations have the potential to double their economies over the next decade. (over 7% per annum)
  • Ethical Investments in Agriculture are particularly important, because agriculture ‘s potential is huge.
  • Other Sectors of the African Economy such as Real Estate,  Industry, Technology, etc., have equally great Potentials.

ECOWAS

Economic Community Of West African States – ECOWAS  www.ecowas.int   

Member countries making up ECOWAS are: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cote d’ Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Senegal and Togo.

Investing and doing business in the  ECOWAS  region is further enhanced by the Economic Partnership Agreement between EU and West Africa, which covers goods and development cooperation, that opens up new business opportunities and increases legal certainty for European Investors.

Why invest in Africa?

  • American and European markets are saturated with supply and there are few demands.
  • Africa continents are consumer nations and they are not technologically advance like America and Europe.
  • There is market in Africa and demands are high in Africa.
  • Massive invasion of African market and economy by Multinationals companies from America, Western Europe and Asians.
  • Fast economic growth and sponsoring of development projects by world bodies like World Bank, IMF, USAID and IFC are concentrated in developing Africa.