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Government Investment Consulting & Advisory

Nerdia Connect help governments boost foreign direct investments into their federal or state constituencies, while also creating international partnerships and awareness for the local industries.

Trade Mission:

Nerdia will support governments to structure trade mission trips where government officials will liaise with key stakeholders and thought leaders in various industries and government levels. The aim is to continue to foster trade and collaboration between all parties.

Trade & Investment Attraction Programs:

Nerdia will work with African governments of all levels to develop an investment and trade attraction program that will attract investors, multinationals, and external governments to collaborate to actualize crucial opportunities in the local economy.

Strategic Economic Events:

Nerdia will put together strategic meetings and forums for the government to meet and discuss with major players in the private and public sector players with the aim to encourage collaboration. This includes market coalition groups, chambers of commerce, and associations.

Fundraising Advisory:

As African governments continue to promote private sector participation in the continent’s economic growth and development, creating an enabling environment and updating public infrastructure are essential aspects of helping private sector initiatives succeed. At Nerdia Connect, we are committed to support this success through our advisory services. We work with governments to identify high-impact infrastructure projects and successfully raise funds through our funding partners to execute said project. Completed projects will benefit not only businesses but also citizens. Projects carried out with Nerdia Connect’s advisory services are created in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to create a better and fairer world by 2030.

Operating environment and risk management

For investors as well as businesses looking to expand into Africa, any macroeconomic prospect must be balanced with an understanding of operating environments and related risks. The good news is that the tendency is moving towards a more favorable operating environment in many countries. Source: IMF, RMB Global Markets

(0 = worst, 10 = best)

Developed economies average: 7,9 (IAS) 8,1 (OES)