Private Sector

The African British Business Association’s focus on private sector development is on such areas as agriculture, infrastructure, education, health, environment, energy, and Information and Communication Technology and market access. AfBBA will strongly aligning its activities on Africa closely to those identified by NEPAD (New Partnership for Africa’s Development), in order to enable Africa to achieve its goal of marked improvements on the areas agreed upon by the leaders, by the end of the decade

The African British Business Association is committed to working with individual countries, states or clusters of businesses on longer term basis, and assisting in addressing  specific micro and macro issues facing businesses and governments and also offer innovative initiatives opportunities.

AfBBA’s main aim is foster wider participation, inclusiveness and cooperation between African businesses and organisations with the British private sector, trade development bodies, towards overall development and redressing the adverse trading conditions that presently militate against successful trading the two regions.

The African British Business Association also acts as an umbrella for other trade organisation; to promote and foster business related matters between Africa and Britain, particularly in addressing resolving specific needs and concerns of its member, in both regions.

AfBBA seeks to add value to the efforts and inputs of other businesses and organisations, for more effective outputs and towards regeneration and improvement of various sectors of the economies.

We recognize that a good networking of businesses at local, national and international levels will undoubtedly enhance the regeneration of the markets in which it engages itself; as such we concentrate our effort on forming good ties with all types of businesses with interests in these two regions.