Author: Capitano


Hundreds gather for Third Japan-Africa Business Forum 23-Jul-2021 Around 1,600 people from all over Africa and Japan gathered over six days to explore closer business ties at the Third Japan-Africa Business Forum, which this year attracted the highest number of participants since its launch. Five of the six days were dedicated to the Bank’s High […]

UN Food Systems Summit

Italy to set the stage for UN Food Systems Summit with three-day event that will deliver bold new ambitions The Pre-Summit of the UN Food Systems Summit will set the stage for the culminating global event in September by bringing together diverse actors from around the world to leverage the power of food systems to […]

Africa is set to be the next big consumer market

Africa is set to be the next big consumer market with demand driven by the growth of the middle class and rise in disposable income. Proper due diligence on distributors and partners in these countries lack significantly. Some companies still prefer to fly their exports teams to investigate high potential countries and find distributors. More […]


Fish is a valuable food product that provides the body with a lot of necessary elements starting with protein and ending with vitamin D dissolved in its fat in big quantities. These elements can prevent many diseases such as rickets in children and give them all they need for healthy growth. This is why fish […]

Nigeria must prepare for the transition

This is not a ‘get out of oil’ prescription, and energy transition is complex, but it is inevitable. There are no universal strategies applicable to all countries; local contexts and political realities inform what is possible. Nigeria can take advantage of its abundant natural gas deposit as a ‘transition fuel’ to buy it time for […]

Regular delivery

Distribution channels are important for companies as they allow the regular delivery of goods or services to a customer … if for this purpose a company does not procure the best vehicles for the collection and distribution of its products, it risks having dissatisfied customers and inadequate provision of services.   Motor Parts Industry: IVECO […]


Between 2012 and 2050, the aggregate consumption of all livestock products will more than triple, projected increase varies from 216 percent for mutton and goat meat to 266 percent for poultry meat. This means that on an annual basis, demand will grow between 3.3 and 3.8 percent, which translate in major increases in volume terms. […]

Good breeding techniques

The by-products of the food industry: bread, pasta, biscuits and the like, must be banned from the diet of farm animals as well as the residues of agro-industrial processing such as the waste from the processing of cereals, products which, while being economically advantageous, are however products that may have not constant physical, chemical and qualitative […]

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