Experts in Sub-Saharan African Businesses & Partnerships Opportunities…
Searching for the right way to expand your business success in Africa? Well, look no further and let us lead you through diversity of opportunities in one of the fastest growing economies of the World, AFRICA!
Africa Gross Domestic Product
Africa Collective GDP Today: $1.6 trillion | Africa Tomorrow: $2.6 trillion
Our services are dedicated at assisting business entrepreneurs in identifying and selecting great business opportunities and turning them into conceptually strong business growth. Wawa Consulting will also help you select the right partners and resources that will help you deliver success, as well as promoting the development and the implementation of your business plans successfully. Wawa Consulting offers various services that encompass the opportunity conceptualization to project implementation:
Middle Class Households
Africa Today: $335 million | Africa Tomorrow: $1.1 billion
At Wawa Consulting, we are your one stop organization where we facilitate entrepreneurships, project facilitations, networking and business matchmaking effectively and create a win-win environments for all parties. We are an innovative team with the skills, experience and areas of expertise paired with the methodology to help you set up or expand your business in Sub-Saharan Africa. Our seasoned and professional network covers various sectors and allows us to draw on additional expertise and resources when necessary.
Africa Today: $280 billion | Africa Tomorrow: $880 billion
Why Wawa Consulting?
To provide business solutions and opportunities and access to investors from all over the globe aiming to expanding their presence in one of the fastest growing economies, AFRICA!
To promote and manage your key and strategic projects either public or private throughout Africa, primarily in the Economic Community Of West African States (ECOWAS) and the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU). Wawa Consulting is your solution to successful and effective business integration in AFRICA!
Mobile phone subscribers
Africa Today: $760 million | Africa Tomorrow: $1 billion
Urban population trend / Africa / 1950 - 2050
Source: African Development Bank
Africa today is a continent full of business opportunities and we wish to share and attract you to consider Africa as your next venture or destination, a new frontier in motion...
In our opinion, if you are a business or entrepreneur looking to grow your business over the next 10 to 30 years, you need to evaluate and consider the new frontier in motion like Africa which is ripe and offering tremendous business opportunities that you don’t want to miss….
Africa Today: $45 billion | Africa Tomorrow: $93 billion
Projected GDP growth rate (% change year to year - 2013-17)
Paris, 12 December 2015 – Day when 195 nations has agreed to combat climate change, promote sustainability, clean technologies, investment and actions needed to drive low-carbon growth. This universal agreement’s main aim is to keep a global temperature rise this century below 2 degrees Celsius. “The Paris Agreement allows each delegation and group of countries to go back home with their heads held high. Our collective effort is worth more than the sum of our individual effort. Our responsibility to history is immense” said Laurent Fabius, President of the COP 21 UN Climate change conference and French Foreign Minister.
Economic growth and development has shown negative impact on mankind as well as positive. What is important to emphasize for future technological progress is that when we are implementing and considering new innovations, we need to be prepared in advance for prevention of socio-environmental consequences. We are witnessing climate change impact and we must work together to solve the problem which has started since industrial revolution. Part of discussion and solutions on this topic were brought up on INDCs Forum held in Rabat, Morocco on 12th-13th of October, 2015.
Senegal is constructing Senergy II, a photovoltaic power plant with 20MW capacity, while in Mali IFC InfraVentures, a global infrastructure project development fund that is part of the IFC, will partner with Scatec Solar and a local project developer to set up the 33MW solar photovoltaic power plant.
While continent is fighting with diseases, economic growth is suffering. With rising number of scientist in Africa, development is possible trough more funding. Following problems such as lack of health care, requires research and application of good resoults, as well. It is not just funding which can help with progress, but better communication, organisation and network among scientists.