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Shortage of tech talent? Look at Africa

1st of September 2021

Africa is not immediately the word that comes to mind when asked how to solve the shortage of ICT personnel. Yet the world's youngest continent has…

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Power Solutions from the Netherlands to the world

31st of August 2021

Constant power supply is a key necessity no matter what business you are in. For electrical engineering company, Piet Brouwer Electrotechniek, this ha…

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Dutch expertise beneficial to Nigeria

21st of July 2021

Despite the fact that there are challenges, Nigeria offers many business opportunities. With a population of 210 million and an entrepreneurial-minded…

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Exporting Dutch Dairy Expertise

20th of July 2021

The Dutch province of Friesland, known for its characteristic black and white ‘Friesian Cows,’ is home to a number of world leading dairy companies. A…

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Marina Diboma: 12 years of building bridges between Africa and the Netherlands

5th of July 2021

Having joined the NABC as a volunteer in 2009, Cameroonian-born Diboma has held several positions, led many trade missions to and from Africa and was…

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Sustainably Empowering Africa Through Tech

22nd of June 2021

In 5 years’ time, IT outstaffing start-up, Zwarttech, wants to have contributed to the changing narrative of the African continent. By bridging the ga…

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NABC 2020 Magazine

Once a year, NABC publishes a magazine about ‘Doing business in Africa’ which is traditionally presented during our New Year’s Reception. Africa 2.0 is the theme of this edition and it features stories about innovative companies like an Artificial Intelligence company from Ethiopia and the use of drones for agriculture. There is also an interview with Mr. Simon Groot, who was awarded the World Food Prize. He is the founder of East-West Seed and member of NABC.

You can read the digital version of the 2020 edition below.