Country Guides

Welcome to the country guide section of the Investment Guide Africa. The country guides analyze and present the counties’ individual investment scenes to provide you with more in-depth knowledge about the investor activities and goals in the countries you’re active in. The analyses were carried out by business experts who are active on the ground. More country guides will follow soon!
En Côte d’Ivoire, le secteur privé et les petites et moyennes entreprises (PME) qui le composent à 98%, sont reconnus pour le potentiel de développement économique et social qu’ils représentent.
Ghana is a central hub in Africa with a focus on its natural resources. However, an emerging tech scene is growing.
The rapid development of digital entrepreneurship particularly in Nairobi has earned Kenya, the nickname Silicon Savannah. Over the past decade, Nairobi has become a global destination for those interested in working in technology.
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, and is also the largest economy on the continent. This means that the Nigerian start-up ecosystem is one of the largest and most vibrant in Africa.
“The internet is a needed public utility, as much as water and electricity.” Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda

Rwanda is one of the most rapidly transforming countries on the African continent. According to the World Bank, the country has attained a high annual gross domestic product (GDP), with growth rates averaging 7.6%. Between 2000 and 2018, the country has moved from being a $1.7 billion economy to a $9.5 billion economy. These achievements were driven by the aspiration to become a knowledge-based society and the “Vision 2020”, which aims for Rwandans to be healthier, more educated and prosperous.