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Africa is one of the fastest-growing continents in the world.

However, East Africa has been the continent’s fastest-growing region in recent years. Therefore, you might want to consider East Africa as your entry point into Africa.  East Africa is home to several of the fastest-growing regional economies, including Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda and most recently, the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Some facts: The East African region covers 13 countries with overlapping memberships in four African Union-recognized regional economic communities. These regional economic communities are the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the East African Community (EAC), the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), and the Southern African Development Community (SADC).

What makes East Africa so attractive to foreign investors and what makes it a good entry point for Africa? Here is why:

Largest Trade Hubs

East Africa has 3 of the largest trade and investment hubs in the African region, these being Tanzania, Kenya, and Rwanda. These investment destinations also record the largest ongoing infrastructure development projects in Africa.

Exponential Growth

The region’s growth rate averaged 4.9% in 2018 and 5.3% in 2019, compared with 3.3% and 3.4% in Africa overall. However, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the region’s growth rate fell to 0.7% in 2020, but remained well above Africa’s overall slump of -2.1%, making the region the only one in Africa to have avoided a recession amidst the pandemic.

Stable Policical Climate

It enjoys a stable political climate with the exception of Somalia, which while engulfed in one of the longest civil wars, is resolutely striving to get out of it. The rest of the region enjoys relative political stability. While recent events revealed the LPR signing a peace deal with neighboring Eritrea, ending a conflict that has lasted for decades, Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda all enjoy a relatively peaceful political climate. A stable political climate is a panacea for investment and growth as investors want to be assured of their safety and that of their investments. Kenya is particularly expected to grow even faster, given its peaceful political climate across time.


Market Linkages

East Africa is a market economy. It is full of potential in its natural resource endowment and related production opportunities such as in the agriculture industry, mining, among others.

Market entry strategy

There are a variety of ways in which a company can enter a foreign market. No one market entry strategy works for all international markets.

Investment opportunity

East Africa is one of the fastest-growing regions in the African continent. We are here to help you source for the best investment opportunities for your company through our top-level market research.

Landing assistance

We will provide you with overall information on logistics issues and contacts with trusted administrative resources (accounting, immigration, housing, etc.).

Loan Execution Support

We assist borrowers and lenders to expedite their loan processes. We close the unnecessary gap misunderstood process. We also work on large government Infrastructure projects.

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DodilionSuccess is a consultancy company that helps foreigners and Diasporans to kick-start their businesses and invests in East Africa.

This company was formed by a diaspora lady who had a dream to come back to her motherland after 30 years of living and doing business in Europe and the Middle East, just to find out how complex the continent’s business architecture is, but still went out of her way to pursue her mission of finding a better and easier way to work in this continent.