Looking to establish a presence in Africa?
About to employ staff in any of the major trading nations in Africa, or sending someone to one of the countries to establish your presence?
Concerned about your legal, tax or employee related obligations?
Concerned that you will be spending too much time on non-core aspects of the day-to-day running of your overseas business?
Experience in dealing with international businesses and their African subsidiaries.
Cross border experience and cultural awareness.
Extensive professional network ensuring all your requirements are covered
Entrepreneurial focused team with local knowledge.
Africa is on the rise with a 1.2bn-person market, a number expected to double over the next 30 years
South Africa is the second largest economy on the continent, only exceeded by Nigeria, which has more than three times the population size. Of the more than 400 companies on the continent earning more than $1bn annually, about half are in South Africa.
well-developed infrastructure and world-class financial sector to support business activities
one of the highest ranking African countries on the ease of doing business index.
growing middle class - purchasing power is increasing, and the high and middle-income groups are expected to rise with the country’s economic growth.
gateway to Sub-Saharan Africa - well-developed infrastructure allows for transportation into Africa. Most companies expand their business activities from South Africa to the rest of the region.
green ambitions - the development towards a sustainable future is of high priority in South Africa
growing population and insufficient status quo – opportunities to meet a future demand by entering this market
Business registrations & compliance
Legal & employment services and support
Financial service administration
Payroll services & management
Data Protection Consultancy
Business operations audits
Broad-based black economic empowerment (South Africa only)
Payroll and related tax registrations
Ongoing HR and payroll services
Our mission is to ensure that companies looking to establish an African presence are able to focus on their objectives and aren’t deterred by any local regulatory compliance issues. Our team provides advice on company set-ups and legal frameworks, employment and payroll issues, together with ongoing book-keeping and financial administration support. The use of an outsourcing model allows you to concentrate on your strategy and growth, removing the need for you to hire your own resources.