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Africa Advisory

Achyutam International's Africa Advisory offers unparalleled expertise in navigating the Pan-African market. Our Sub-Saharan strategic guidance and regional compliance expertise empower businesses to seize African economic opportunities. With deep insights into continental business navigation, we provide tailored solutions for success across diverse African markets.

 

Africa is a land of opportunities, it is said that it is "next investment frontier as investors consistently make returns impossible elsewhere," thanks to the immense opportunities it has; young emerging population, vast fertile and virgin land, abundant natural resources gas, oil, gold, minerals, gemstones.

Africa is on the radar these days for many companies who wish to take their business across borders. Partner with us to unlock the continent's vast potential.

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Our Offerings for Companies willing to expand in Africa need to set their foot right on a sound base, 

We at Achyutam assist by:

Providing a roadmap for setting-up businesses and subsequently for operating efficiently,

Finding out a right JV partner and making a due diligence of shortlisted partner.

With our extensive network with DFI's and International Banks we assist companies in arranging finances for their projects and working capital needs.

Why set up your business in Africa?

Large market

Africa is the second largest continent in the world after Asia, and with a total land area of more than 3,025.8 million hectares (ha), its landmass is more than three times that of the United States of America and has 53 countries.

Rich in Resources

Africa’s significant land resources can contribute to sustainable development, and to achieving the targets under all the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Whether in pristine condition or degraded, land resources provide vast opportunities for investment for internal and external investors.

Expanding workforce

The continent also has the fastest-expanding labour force in the world. Today, there are more than 500 million people of working age (15 to 64) in Africa, and that number is expected to pass 1.1 billion by 2040 – to be larger than China and India.

Hotspot for investment

African countries are trying to improve their business environment as a strategy to attract more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). One of the key investment drivers is the increasing prevalence of peace, democratic elections and improved governance.

If you’d like more information about our services, get in touch today.

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