Financial Services

  • What are we reading about Africa this week

    Kenya ranked Africa’s second biggest market for retail investors – Business Daily – Kenya Data from the last consumer report from Nielsen which was released on Monday shows that 30 per cent of Kenyans do their shopping in formal retail outlets compared to 60 per cent in South Africa French retailer Carrefour returning to Algeria

    Categories: Retail & Shopping Malls - Telecom - Algeria - Financial Services - Kenya

  • What are we reading about Africa this week

    AFRICA BUSINESS-Supermarket chains vie to unlock Kenya retail market – Reuters Formal retail is growing in Kenya. French retailer Carrefour says it will inaugurate its first Kenyan store this year through its Dubai-based franchisee Majid al Futtaim.   Why Tanzania’s real estate market is taking off – How we made it in Africa Mustafa Suleimanji, Lamudi’s managing

    Categories: Retail & Shopping Malls - Telecom - Financial Services - Cote d'Ivoire - Kenya - Tanzania

  • Outdoor Ad Tracking across African Cities (monthly reports)

    Outdoor traditional advertising such as billboard ads is a very popular and effective mean of communication in Africa with penetration rates reaching over 70% in some countries. Every month Sagaci Research publishes monthly reports tracking billboard ads in the major African cities. These publications target both companies interested in monitoring their market presence and players looking to

    Categories: Consumer - Retail & Shopping Malls - Telecom - Travel & Tourism - Financial Services - Automotive - Kenya

  • What are we reading about Africa this week

    Africa’s ever-changing lifestyle…rise of snooty wine experts, tech snobs and the beautiful people – Mail & Guardian Africa Know what a dram is? Neither do we. Africans are more prosperous, living rich, smelling of expensive perfumes–but are also dying of it. Africa 2030, the next 25 years: From video games, eco-buildings, robotics, and cycling –

    Categories: Consumer - Egypt - Travel & Tourism - Financial Services

  • What are we reading about Africa this week – December 18th, 2014

    AllAfrica – Rwanda: Smart Africa Alliance to Raise U.S. $300 Billion for ICT Infrastructure AGOA: The US-Africa trade dilemma Financial Times – Worsening electricity crisis adds to South Africa’s economic woes How we made it in Africa – Making sense of Africa’s middle class News Business Ethiopia – African trade ministers to discuss Continental Free Trade Area Tralac – AGOA: The

    Categories: Construction & Real Estate - Financial Services - Cote d'Ivoire - Morocco - Rwanda - South Africa

  • Consumer Banking Uganda

    In the first edition of the report, we explore the consumer banking landscape in Uganda. This includes information on banking penetration, services used as well as data regarding lending and domestic and international transfers. The report delves into specific aspects of the consumer banking profile, such as positioning of main brands in the Ugandan market,

    Categories: Consumer - Financial Services - Uganda

  • Understanding the Nigerian consumer banking scene – Our latest publication

    In our report “Consumer Banking Nigeria” released this week (Sept. 30), we explore the consumer banking scene across Nigeria’s urban areas. This highly expected report, on Africa’s largest market, provides key figures on the market and the players. Our analysis allows an in-depth understanding of how and for what Nigerians account holders use their bank and their

    Categories: Financial Services - Nigeria

  • Consumer Banking Nigeria

    In this first edition, we explore consumer banking scene, payment habits and expenses in Nigeria’s urban areas. We explore banking perception of both account and non account holders, and provide: figures on market share, positioning and a comparison on clients banking relationship and client profile among banks We go in-depth into how and for what

    Categories: Consumer - Financial Services - Nigeria

  • Ad-hoc studies in financial services

    No off-the-shelf reports are yet available on financial services. However, feel free to reach-out to us if you have any specific need. Our research team as well as our field team located across Africa can support you on specific topics. Our leadership team has strong experience in financial services in the region and will be happy to further

    Categories: Uncategorised - Financial Services

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