Investors Seeking Opportunities

Before taking a look at some of the profitable deals below, we would like to share with you the taste of choosing a successful investment for all Investors Seeking Opportunities.

One of our main tasks is to find investment opportunities for Investors and to promote them to our investing partners around the world by offering them deals and business opportunities according to their financial capabilities.

We always receive funding requests for important commercial projects and operations, and we are pleased to share them with you if they interest you.

In Africa, the most profitable continent in the world, there are companies that have achieved very high profits estimated at billions of US dollars. Various factors make profit prospects in Africa brighter and make it necessary for European, North American, Asian, and Latin American companies to invest in the continent and thus contribute to its progressive social and economic.

The good news is that sectors in which foreign companies can have a comparative advantage, including banking, telecommunications, and infrastructure, are among the drivers of Africa’s current economic growth – opening up clear investment opportunities for these companies.

The enthusiasm for investing in Africa is mainly due to the continent’s strong profitability prospects, which has become a promising market for investors due to its important demographics. Population growth is slowing or stabilizing everywhere in the world, except for Africa in 2050, according to the average scenario of population division projections in the United Nations, there will be 10 billion people on Earth, 2.4 of them in Africa. By 2100, the African continent is expected to have 4.4 billion people or nearly 40% of the world’s population.

In addition to the demographic component, the importance of natural resources, arable land, and sunlight are also specific assets of the African continent, leading investors to favor sectors and countries.
Targeted sectors: Energy first, followed by financial services, then transportation, agriculture, industry, health, communications, and finally construction.
The target countries this year according to most of our partners that they consider the most promising are in order: Morocco, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, and South Africa.