The EBCAM brings together European investors and other operators engaged in economic activity in the African continent, and it works for a close cooperation between the European private sector and African countries.
The Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft promotes trade and investments in African countries. Afrika-Verein has more than 650 members, including German multinationals and a large number of SMEs.
Assafrica&Mediterraneo is a trade association that represents and supports the Italian companies with economic and business interests in African, the Mediterranean and the Middle East countries.
The Business Council for Africa represents and supports British institutions and companies with business and investment interest in the African continent having a network of more than 400 companies.
The Chamber of Commerce Belgium and Luxemburg for Africa, Carribean, Pacific countries aims to facilitate economic exchanges between Belgium, Luxembourg and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Countries.
The Conseil Français des Investisseurs en Afrique is a french corporate organization bringing together companies investing in Africa by promoting and facilitating business relations between France and Africa.
The Portuguese Association for Economic Development and Cooperation is a non-profit private sector association. Signifying “Link” in Portuguese, ELO was registered as a public utility organization in September 1993.
The Norwegian African Business Association (NABA) provides strategic advice, joint-venture facilitation, business exploration journeys, information products, seminars and conferences.
Intra Business Network (IBN) was established in 2001 as an Africa-centric Networking platform to bring together key businesspeople with the aim of pursuing and further developing their business interests in Africa.
The African Studies Centre in Leiden is the only multidisciplinary academic research institute in the Netherlands devoted entirely to the study of Africa. Every two years NABC and ASC jointly organise the Africa Works! Conference.
Ondernemen in Ontwikkelingslanden (OiO) is a digital platform with doing business information for Dutch entrepreneurs. The platform offers information about multiple developing countries and sectors.
The Ministry of Agriculture, the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) and the HAPP agreed to cooperate in the establishment of both a layer and broiler training / demonstration farm at the premises of the EIAR in Bishoftu, Ethiopia.
The Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR)’s mission is to conduct research that will provide market competitive agricultural technologies. Under the umbrella of the ABSF, NABC and EIAR work closely together.
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands is partnering with NABC for decennia in different projects, in particularly agribusiness, to enhance Dutch-Ethio (business) relations.
The Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectorial Associations is set to create an environment in which business in Addis Ababa can develop and grow at a much faster pace. NABC collaborates with AACCSA to develop the local private sector.
The NABC has organized more than 50 trade missions, covering more than 40 African countries, over the past 5 years. Find out where we went and where we are going.
The NABC organizes several conferences, seminars and business clubs, providing the perfect opportunity for all our members to exchange knowledge and enhance their network.
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