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Lunch with our Leader: A discussion with Toyin Gbagi on consumer markets investment prospects in Africa

One of our February guests on Lunch with our Leaders was Toyin Gbagi, Partner at KPMG Nigeria. We invited you to present your questions to her on the topic of consumer markets investment prospects in Africa and an enlightening conversation developed. Here are some highlights from that hour, pared down to the meat …

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Africa's Youth

Investing in Africa’s consumer markets

Africa is home to more than one billion people, presenting a massive potential consumer market. Moreover, population growth remains rapid, so much so that the UN forecasts the continent’s population will surpass the 1.5 billion mark by 2030 and the two billion mark 15 years later.

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Africa Brief: Violence in Egypt knocks markets, Ghana’s consumer price inflation, oil thieves in Nigeria and more

Egyptian shares have slumped after police moved to disperse two anti- government sit-ins in Cairo, leaving at least 13 dead. The benchmark EGX 30 index retreated 1.1 percent to 5585.12 at 11.11am in Cairo. The death toll reported by the Health Ministry was disputed by the Muslim Brotherhood, which claims hundreds were killed by security forces…

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African Consumer and Retail Sector Report 2016

Africa is home to more than one billion people, presenting a massive potential consumer market. […]

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Report: Wheat-based consumer foods in Nigeria

Increasing urbanisation and population growth have boosted the growth in Nigeria’s fast moving consumer goods […]

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Kenya's Consumer Market

Fast-Moving Consumer Goods in Africa 2015 Report

The fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector represents one of the largest industries worldwide. Also labelled […]

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African Luxury Market

Luxury Goods Market in Africa: Changing Landscape of the African Wealth Picture

Background The global luxury market loosely consists of the following segments: personal luxury goods such […]

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Kenya's Consumer Market

African Consumer and Retail: What are the Key Growth Drivers?

Africa is home to more than one billion people, presenting a massive potential consumer market. […]

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Key findings from the 2014 Africa CFO Survey

Reassuring (future) penetration in African insurance markets

The insurance market in Africa on the other hand is under-developed as – apart from […]

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Mergers and Acquisition: What are the key trends to watch for in the Kenyan market?

What are mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and what are the key trends that we should […]

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Consumer demand will drive the next wave of African PE investments

Though Africa has been described as the last frontier market for natural and mineral resources, […]

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Incredible growth of Kenya’s beer market

Incredible growth of Kenya’s beer market

Driven by strong population growth, a growing middle class, and a dynamic private sector, the beer industry in Kenya has taken off in impressive ways, and is promising of even further developments in the coming decade. The potential risks however to be factored in by stakeholders is inflation and tax increases.

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Key findings from the 2014 Africa CFO Survey

Africa littered with high growth markets

Looking beyond the BRIC countries and expanding geographic focus, many are finding out that underdeveloped markets are on the edge of growth. It is clear that opportunities within high growth markets are trending and will continue to be a vital long-term investment strategy for international businesses.

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High Growth Markets magazine – Unleashing Africa’s potential

High Growth Markets magazine – Unleashing Africa’s potential

By looking beyond the BRIC countries and expanding geographic focus, many are uncovering that underdeveloped markets are poised for growth. This latest issue of High Growth Markets examines some of those opportunities and challenges that exist in emerging economies for global investors.

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Fast-Moving Consumer Goods in Africa

The FMCG sector in Africa has significant scope to expand. Poverty levels in especially sub-Saharan […]

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Growing road networks and Africa’s changing auto market

Growing road networks and Africa’s changing auto market

Rapid urbanisation, better road networks and an expanding middle class are three critical drivers of Africa’s growing and changing auto industry.

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FDI favouring consumer-facing industry

FDI favouring consumer-facing industry

FDI into Sub-Saharan Africa is expanding – in fact it is presently at its highest level in a decade – but it is notable that this injection of capital is increasingly being directed towards consumer-related markets, among others, and less towards the mining sector.

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Zambia set to surpass DRC in copper production

Africa Brief: Gabon: Talks to exploit iron ore begin, Tsogo Sun goes high end in Nigerian hotel market and more…

Gabon has opened talks to develop the 1 billion ton Belinga deposit and will launch a tender process in 2016. Belinga is one of the world’s largest untapped reserves. However mining there will not be easy as the deposit is separated from the coast by hundreds of kilometres of rainforest.

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What are the funds changing the face of private equity in Africa?

Will Nigeria be a major top player in the Emerging Markets?

Nigeria has so far managed to avoid going the same way as the “fragile five”, namely India, Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey, and South Africa, when it comes to being a prosperous emerging market.

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Global Consumer Executive Top of Mind Survey

Global Consumer Executive Top of Mind Survey

On behalf of KPMG International and the Consumer Goods Forum you are invited to participate in the 2014 Global Consumer Executive Top of Mind Survey…

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Africa Brief

The Angolan consumer story

The rise of the Angolan economy, over the past 10 years, has been nothing short of spectacular. From an economy plagued by hyperinflation and suffering from the consequences of decades of civil war in the early 2000s; today, the southern African economy is one of the fastest growing in the world and continues to attract billions of dollars in foreign investment.

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Africa Geographic tourism hotspots and trends

Africa Consumer Insight: Macroeconomic drivers and spending patterns

Following on from our Africa Consumer Story: Demographics post, we take a look at macroeconomic drivers and spending patterns. Africa’s economic performance has improved greatly since the turn of the century, leading to large increases in GDP/ capita and lower levels of poverty.

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#LWOL: A discussion with Yunus Suleman on the impact of Africa’s Education system on our society and corporate environment

Africa’s Consumer Story: Demographics

KPMG Africa has published a report entitled Africa’s Consumer Story. The aim of this study was to analyse the key drivers of the retail market in Africa, including key demographic and macroeconomic factors. In addition, we considered the broad outlook for the sector and highlight the countries we expect will have the biggest growth rates in the sector over the forecast period. In this article, we take a look at the Demographics component of the study.

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Invest Africa: Rise of the African Consumer

In this edition of Invest Africa, the panel discusses the rise of the African consumer.

The African consumer market is considered to be one of the next investment frontiers. The IMF had projected that 7 African economies will have growth rates of more than 8% in 2012 and that 10 of the top fastest growing economies in the world will come from Africa.

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African demographics are a boon for retail industry

African demographics are a boon for retail industry

Africa’s favourable demographics together with its promising outlook in terms of economic growth mean the purchasing power of the continent’s large consumer market is expected to increase significantly over the medium- to long-term.

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Lunch with our Leader talks to Toyin Gbagi

This week on Lunch with our Leaders (LWOL) Toyin Gbagi, a partner in KPMG’s Consumer Markets Group of the Nigerian Audit Services Division, will be hosting a discussion on ‘Investing in Africa’s Consumer Markets’.

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Telecoms – An African development opportunity

When it comes to telecommunications, Africa is a continent of great opportunity. With at least 500 million potential mobile subscribers, it presents a massive consumer market when compared with the slowdown in subscriber growth in the rest of the world. With only a 55% penetration mobile penetration rate across 22 African markets, due to factors such as cost, interest by foreign investors in this market continues to grow at a steady pace.

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The Lion Roars: Africa in ascendency

As the mature economies of Europe, America and Asia continue to struggle, the eyes of the world have started to focus onto the wealth of opportunity that can only be found in Africa. And rightfully so. Right across the great continent, we are witnessing rapid rates of urbanization and population growth which, in turn, is creating one of the fastest growing labour forces and consumer markets in the world.

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Doing Deals in Nigeria 2019 Unveiled

Nigeria is one of the most compelling M&A markets in Africa today. As Africa’s largest […]

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How do you know your employee incentive scheme is working?

So your organisation is one of those with an incentive scheme, which is designed to […]

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