Over 80% of our members first join CCAfrica for the networking opportunities that come along with being a member. We work hard to make sure that our members find the right partners and opportunities that they are looking for within the African continent.
We also offer Business Development Services, a Quarterly Magazine and a Monthly African Indicators newsletter. Through sharing and informing members on business success stories and opportunities within Africa, these services help our members enhance and strengthen business partnerships.
CCAfrica partnered up with a trusted Agency, Oasis Voyages. Oasis Voyages is an IATA Agency, certified by the Quebec government, who, with its preferred partners such as Royal Air Morocco, Air France, SN Brussels and Air Canada, is able to offer preferential and competitive rates. We believe that their service is excellent and should meet the needs of everyone. Oasis Voyages has assured us that each application will be processed very quickly and we can assure you that CCAfrica will listen if you have any suggestions to improve this service.
News Clipping Service
An email service which details Africa’s economic news every business morning from various news sources across the world.
Business Development Service
On a daily basis, our Business Development Service team researches and edits strategic business intelligence from sources all around the globe. These include many national and international funding agencies, Canadian embassies and Trade Commissioners in Africa and selected international and local papers.
Sourced from over 50 separate organizations, we have distributed over 10,000 opportunities since its start in June 2006. In order to effectively deliver the information to our members, weekly bulletins are devided into 11 distinct categories.
In December 2012, we introduced you to our new Visa services offered by both Global Visa Service and International Visa Passport Service Corporation.
Monthly African Indicators
A graphical representation of statistical information gathered from various sources to give a snap-shot view of the economic situation across Africa.