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OUR SERVICES

 
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WHAT WE DO

Our Services and Advice ensure that companies, organisations and individuals most keen to trade between the United Kingdom, Europe, Africa and the Americas can do so, safe in the knowledge that the arrangements, contacts made and the chosen routes to market will be of the highest calibre; and as a result, commercially astute and financially sound.…

Pathway Africa as a Consultancy also provides these services to companies and individuals:

  • Business support to micro and SMEs;

  • Project and organisational development and management for public, private and the voluntary sectors;

  • Diversity and equality consultancy;

  • Market research;

  • International trade consultancy.


HOW WE DO THIS

By the very nature of our work and our business, the protocols of ‘by invitation only’ are of paramount importance, especially as the very contacts we maintain demand business, professional and personal privacy.

And as discreet suppliers of the business intelligence commercial information sector, we frequently help negotiate with a range of agents who understand how best to act as facilitators on projects in need of joint-venture investment.

Increasingly, we are being asked to lead delegations in respect of trade opportunities as well as in the provision of in-depth Reports and Papers for marketing, intelligence gathering and investment propositions.

It is from this insider perspective that Pathway Africa is able to provide the services that are needed to facilitate International Business, backed by years of experience and the right personnel.

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AREAS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST

We see the market potential in Africa sustained period of economic development and expansion of services as well as the need to look outward towards other markets, The net international Community is now warning positively this has enabled the Governments of Africa to work with World Trade Organisation regulations

This economic sunshine has encouraged a surge in private investment.

In our view, this demonstrates a growing demand for value for money products and services and by implication, affordable accommodation in Africa.

Potential investors are increasing with the level of new builds taking place on the Islands continuing at an all-time high and we are already in negotiation for solid contracts with resident businessmen and women.