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The enterprise expansion experts to and across Africa

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Market Entry Delivered

ETK Group was founded in 2010 with the objective to contribute to the growth of the African business market by bringing great business opportunities from around the world.

Our Commitment

ETK supports enterprises successfully in Africa, following our tried and tested process thoroughly, and giving our clients a clear and articulated pathway to achieve results.

Providing more than consultancy, we are the field expansion partner.

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Services

Easing your market entry, support and exit

1 - Strategy

We start with a brand discovery to understand your business expansion goals.

2 - Planning

We develop your bespoke strategy detailing all the activities that will need to be carried out to meet your goals

3 - Implementation

As your local partner, we execute, monitor the progress against the plan to ensure deadlines and goals are met.

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History

Our Milestones

Discover the milestones ETK Group has achieved over the last 10 years

  • 2011

    Enterprise Training and knowledge group is incorporated on March 10, 2011 in the England & Wales.

  • 2012

    A new subsidiary, The Centre for African Business Education was established in the UK

  • 2013

    ETK expands operations and Global Associate network to nine African countries.

  • 2019

    ETK rebrands to Enterprises Trade & Knowledge Group, absorbs SBUs

  • 2020

    ETK commences product development of Africa’s first digital trade facilitation platform – the Africa Business Console

  • 2021

    ETK achieves 10 years of trading in the UK. This was marked by the launch of the platform and the Go Global Africa initiative.

Why Africa?

Opportunities in Africa

Africa is the fastest-growing region in the world.

The most significant barrier to doing business in Africa is perception. With a population of over 1 billion people, growing middle class and several development interventions to reduce poverty on the continent, there is no reason for companies to exclude the continent in their globalisation strategies.

5 out of 10

Most progressed countries exist in Africa

1/3

Of all reforms recorded globally were in Sub-Saharan Africa

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