The Swiss-African Business Circle (SABC), a business-to-business association, is the indispensable partner for business contacts and links between Switzerland and Africa. It provides to its members – all already successfully active in Africa – an efficient and accessible organisation, top quality services and an influential network to promote their own interests. The SABC offers a unique platform for the exchange of experience, projects and ideas, thereby fostering partnerships and opening new business perspectives between members.
Africa Business Day 2016:
Africa Business Day will take place on 5th October 2016 at Endress + Hauser in Reinach (Basel). To find out more or register click HERE.
Short SABC video:
The Swiss-African Business Circle: A network for you from Swiss-African Business Circle on Vimeo.
Watch the long version of the video which was screened at the 5 year anniversary event HERE.
Want to see who are the SABC representatives in African countries? Click here
18 - 21 July 2016
The World Investment Forum is the leading global platform for business and government leaders to address challenges and opportunities for promoting investment in sustainable development. In 2016, the event will take place in Nairobi, Kenya from 18-21 July. Find out more about the event HERE. [more...]
22 August 2016, 12:30-14:30
The Annual meeting with Swiss Ambassadors based in African countries will take place on the 22 August 2016 from 12:30-14:30 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. Members only. [more...]
“Africa is open for business” A guide to tax / incentives in Africa - by KPMG Africa
Africa too, is party to a growing number of bilateral and multi-lateral trade agreements, providing African exporters with an opportunity to claim preferential treatment. [more...]
Doing Business Africa 2015 - East African Community and ECOWAS
Read the World Bank Group's analysis on doing business in the East African Community and ECOWAS. [more...]
Africa Development Bank Working Paper 209: What is driving Africa's growth miracle?
The main contribution of this paper is to show, for the first time, that the ‘African Growth Miracle’ can be traced to a significant decline in the share of the labor force engaged in agriculture. [more...]