Broll East Africa has appointed two executives to Head Research and Occupier Services in the region.
While Nigeria’s economic downturn created adverse conditions for international companies operating in the country, leading construction and property solutions company, Profica, adopted an astute approach to doing business that enabled them to weather the storm.
Bamburi has been recognized among other institutions in diverse sectors by being nominated for the Financial Reporting (FiRe) Award for Industrial Commercial & Services category as way back as 2004.
Protea Hospitality Group says it is significantly expanding its Protea Hotel in Lusaka as part of its African expansion drive.
Broll is opening three new offices on the African continent in 2013, further confirming its position as Africa’s leading property services provider. Broll is now active in 15 African countries.
Dubai World announced it will invest approximately US$ 230 million in eight tourism facilities in the Republic of Rwanda, including luxury hotels; a residential golf course development; residential, high-end eco lodges; and the 1,080 square kilometre Akagera National Park.
A 50% DROP in foreign direct investment in Africa's main recipients SA, Angola and Morocco was the main reason for the 13% drop in foreign direct investment inflows into Africa last year, with the continent now accounting for less than 1% of global flows.