Invest Africa is a leading business and investment platform, using more than sixty years’ experience in Africa to provide its members with unique information and exposure to business opportunities.
Headquartered in London, Invest Africa also operates from four-chapter cities: Johannesburg, New York, Dubai and Geneva.
Our vision is to play a central and influential role in Africa’s socio-economic growth by guiding sustainable capital towards key prospects on the continent.
As the trusted entry point into Africa, we support and connect business and investment through a unique range of services and events, and our high standards consistently enact our belief that a responsible and profitable private sector has a crucial role to play in Africa’s development.
We represent business interests at the highest levels of intergovernmental decision-making, whether at the World Trade Organization, the United Nations or the G20, ensuring the voice of business is heard. It is this capacity to bridge the public and private sectors that sets us apart as a unique organisation, responding to the needs of any player involved in international commerce.
We also have a long history of formulating the voluntary rules by which business is conducted every day from internationally recognised Incoterms rules to the UCP 600 Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credit that are widely used in international finance.
We work to promote international trade, responsible business conduct and a global approach to regulation by combining our global influence with our unique expertise in advocacy, standard setting activities and global services.
In addition, we specialise in world-class business and legal training and are an industry-leading publisher of practical tools for international business, banking and arbitration.
So, from the small e-commerce start-up in Istanbul to the multinational software company in Delhi, businesses worldwide can benefit from ICC’s rules and mechanisms for the conduct of trade.
NABG is an organized private sector platform working together to grow Nigeria's agricultural economy, creating jobs and lifting millions out of poverty. It’s investments cut across the entire value chain from input to output markets, export markets, equipment and consumer foods manufacturing.
It strives to engage government at all levels in setting policy directions and regulatory reforms to enable sustainable inclusive socio-economic growth. Together, it is helping to ensure food security and nutrition, creating systemic linkages between small, medium and large agribusiness enterprises.
It is working together as stakeholders in agriculture to diversify the economy of Nigeria away from oil and gas towards agricultural industrialisation. It recognises our role as the engine of economic growth with government creating the enabling environment for agribusinesses to thrive.
It represents the faces of agribusiness in Nigeria, speaking with a unified voice to identify and provide solution options to resolve issues and challenges and to identify new opportunities for sustainable growth. It recognises that farmers are the largest private sector group in Nigeria.