Digital payment options, including local deposits. We also provide tax & tariff advisory
We facilitate small & medium-sized trade between Africa & Brazil
The options go far beyond exchanging raw sugar and poultry for crude oil. We believe the key to the future of trade between these regions is the exchange of knowledge and technical capabilities.
In the past, opportunities for collaboration have been hidden behind language barriers, tariffs, complex trade regulations and tax laws limiting trade to big corporations and governments. Until now.
SOLUTIONS that make trade easier
opening doors TO NON-CONVENTIONAL SECTORS
BEAUTY & COSMETICS
Brazil is the world's fourth largest market for beauty and cosmetics,
2,turning over US$12.8B in 2019 from approximately 2,400 local manufacturers.
There are many opportunities for partnerships between African beauty entrepreneurs and Brazilian manufacturers.
Brazil also has a high demand for organic products that Africa can supply.
Source: Euro Monitor
163 Brazilian brands have franchise operations in 107 countries.
The top 10 franchised brands in Brazil have a total of 20,642 outlets.
Top sectors include fashion, health, restaurants & hotels.
In 2019, by Q3 total
turnover in the sector had hit US$11B.
Fast growth cities in Africa & the Middle east can get to market fast with Brazil's top-quality, ready-made service & hospitality brands.
We facilitate creative opportunities for small and medium-sized trade
between Africa & Brazil,
both within and outside traditional sectors like agricultural machinery,
commodities, industrial vehicles & construction materials.
A 2019 pet census revealed a total of 139.3M
pets in Brazil,
with 54.2M dogs and 23.9M cats
In 2018, the pet industry turned over US$6.48B making Brazil the second-largest pet market in the world.
The local industry has a total of 162,148 services providers
(including 580 factories employing 55,486 people) across pet food, accessories & medicine.
TOYS & GAMES
While African toy entrepreneurs were struggling to find local manufacturers, Brazilian toy manufacturers
turned over $1.67B in 2018 alone.
In 2017, the industry recorded 406 factories, providing 33,791 jobs.
Shared cultural interests & social issues suggest that this is another area for win-win collaboration.
Brazil's experience farming similar crops, extracting minerals and building infrastructure is a competitive advantage in critical African sectors.
Rising African Consumer
Already leading world population growth, Africa's disposable consumer income is also on the rise and is expected to grow from US$680B to US$1.3T by 2030
Similar culture and tastes provides a ready market for off-the-shelf products & services, from cosmetics to financial technology.
Superior manufacturing competence
in industries that are critical to Africa's current needs.
Does not produce lower quality for export. National quality standards are export- ready.
Closer Than Asia
At just 9-15 days to most ports in Africa by sea. Delivery is 2 - 3 times faster than shipping from Asia.