Doing Business in Sub Saharan Africa
Doing Business in Sub Saharan Africa provides learners with an overview of the current and emerging business landscape within the region, including the largest and fastest growing industries, workforce, regulation, and public and private investment.
You’ll develop skills for analyzing business opportunities within Sub Saharan Africa and design strategies for starting, sustaining, or growing a business within Sub Saharan Africa. You’ll also become fluent in concepts of business, modern history, and culture within the region in order to navigate complex interactions for a variety of business opportunities.
max. 8 weeks
Estimated time per week
Business managers, Operations managers, Financial traders
What will I learn?
Compare the most prominent and fastest growing industries within Sub-Saharan Africa and to create a rationale for strategic public and private investments
Evaluate the key challenges and opportunities for doing business inSub-Saharan Africa
Create a proposal to identify, manage, and plan for mitigating business risks unique to Sub-Saharan Africa
Analyze the current business and economic landscape within Sub-Saharan Africa including the environmental differences that impact business, industry, and workforce
Assess unique aspects to business in Sub-Saharan Africa such as interactions with government and understanding local customs, business norms, and the local talent landscape
Analyze business opportunities within Sub-Saharan Africa inclusive of local regulation, available resources, infrastructure, and culture
How will I learn?
What support will I receive?
When you have a dedicated team on your side, you'll never be alone studying at Nexford. Hailing from many different countries and with online education expertise, our faculty provides you world-class support. Ask them questions during one-to-one office hours or live chat , email them any time, and get individual feedback on your assessments.
Whilst you’re learning, you’ll also have full access to the Nexford online library, which includes access to millions of full-text articles, industry reports and key sources such as the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and The Economist.
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