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Africa set for exponential growth by 2025 – report 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     2nd February 2016 Africa is expected to become the second fastest growing region in the world by 2025, with gross domestic product of $4.5-trillion, analysis by Frost & Sullivan shows. In a video report on the ‘Mega Trends in Africa’ Frost & Sullivan executives noted that urbanisation, mobility, infrastructure,... 

Japan Eyes Africa as the New Investment Frontier, says Frost & Sullivan

     27th August 2015 Convergence across industries is resulting in the rapid emergence of new business models as well as substantial investment opportunities for the African continent. As Frost & Sullivan Senior Partner, Dorman Followwill, highlighted in his opening presentation at the Growth Innovation Leadership... 

Africa to Become Innovative Adopter and Pioneer of Technologies

     18th June 2015 The impact of convergence, driven by connectivity, is the key component that focuses on the future of all industries and businesses across the globe. The Growth Innovation Leadership (GIL) 2015: Africa congress returns to Africa for its fifth consecutive year on Thursday, 20 August at the Table... 

Frost & Sullivan: Fast Tracking Revenue Growth with Innovative Business Models

     20th August 2014 It has been noted that innovation is no longer an option, but rather a necessity. Companies that are on top of market changes, and are maintaining their competitive advantage, are those organisations creating and adopting innovative business models. This was one of the key messages from Frost &... 

The Pace of Change: How Connected is your Business and How Fast is it Moving?

     30th June 2014 Trends and technologies driving change in the way we do business will be unveiled at Frost & Sullivan’s GIL 2014: Africa Frost & Sullivan’s GIL 2014: Africa congress returns for the fourth consecutive year on Thursday 14 August at the Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa. The central theme... 

Frost & Sullivan Identifies the Mega Trends that will Shape the Future of the South African Economy

By: Creamer Media Reporter      23rd August 2013 Audacious predictions and strategic plans unveiled at GIL 2013: Africa 

Africa’s growth prospects not tied to resources alone

By: Jean McKenzie     7th September 2012 As investors have realised that developed markets are no longer risk-free investments options, Africa is being put firmly back on the growth agenda, Frost & Sullivan operations director for Africa Hendrik Malan told delegates at the Growth, Innovation and Leadership 2012 Africa event in Cape Town. 

Global R&D continues to rise despite economic turmoil

By: Jean McKenzie     7th September 2012 Global research and development (R&D) spending continuing to rise and Asian countries were also showing a significant increase in their R&D spend and the outputs from these investments, Frost & Sullivan operations director for Africa Hendrik Malan said at the recent Growth, Innovation and... 

Company Announcement: TechVisions and Trends Impacting Business in Africa to Year 2020

     23rd August 2012 Frost & Sullivan Share Technologies and Innovations Reshaping Careers and Industry at GIL 2012- Africa 

SA backs ‘developmental integration’, but still keen on African gateway role  

By: Terence Creamer     20th April 2012 One of the few novel themes explored in the latest version of South Africa’s Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) is the concept of ‘developmental integration’ – an emerging idea that seeks to align South Africa’s industrial policy aspirations with the even more challenging goal of regional... 

SA backs ‘developmental integration’, but still keen on African gateway role

By: Terence Creamer     20th April 2012 One of the few novel themes explored in the latest version of South Africa’s Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) is the concept of “developmental integration” – a emerging idea that seeks to align South Africa’s industrial policy aspirations with the even more challenging goal of regional... 

Gap between Africa’s perceived, actual risks spells opportunity

By: Terence Creamer     28th March 2012 The prevailing gap between Africa’s actual risk and its perceived risk was offering material opportunities for those willing to invest in the continent, which was home to six of the ten fastest-growing economies over the last ten years. In fact, Frost & Sullivan director of operations for Africa... 

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