Seizing Opportunities as African Markets Expand
While some companies see Africa as a 'new frontier', others companies, such as Procter & Gamble, have been investing for decades and are aiming to boost market opportunities.
Manoj Kumar, vice president for Procter & Gamble West Africa, and Temitope Iluyemi, government relations director for the company in sub-Saharan Africa.
allAfrica.com, 21 May 2013
Last year, the United States announced a new strategy toward sub-Saharan Africa that emphasizes increased trade and investment, including intra-African trade. Officials acknowledge ... read more »
CIO East Africa, 19 April 2013
Aiming to speed and simplify external innovation connections, Procter & Gamble (P&G) through their P&G's Connect+Develop program (C+D) has launched a new website ... read more »
South African Government, 22 March 2013
Investor confidence in South Africa has received yet another boost with Johnson Controls International (JCI) announcement of an investment of R380 million into the East London ... read more »
This Day, 1 January 2013
The socio-economic upheavals experienced in Nigeria in 2012 are capable of crippling any nation's economy and keeping foreign investors at bay indefinitely. But in a way that ... read more »
This Day, 5 November 2012
In a bid to excite the female segment of the Nigerian market, handlers of Always, from the stable of Procter & Gamble, recently joined forces with international tennis stars, ... read more »