Partners

  • Host publication

    • Join the ESI Africa community of over 5,000 like-minded decision makers and influencers with vested interests in Africa's power industry who receive the quarterly print issue of ESI Africa. The digital version is sent to an additional 50,000 and more industry professionals. Editorial content includes generation, transmission and distribution issues, while also exploring the role of alternative energy sources and energy efficiency in providing a comprehensive and sustainable energy mix. Be it a global webinar campaign to help cement your company’s position as a thought leader, a white paper promotion package or an informative commercial editorial spread, ESI Africa has the perfect promotion campaign specific to your needs.

       

      For more information please visit: www.esi-africa.com

  • Media partners

    • Africa investor is a specialist investment and communications firm advising governments, international organisations and businesses on communication strategies for capital market and foreign direct investments in Africa. Africa investor publishes Africa investor, the leading international newsstand magazine for Africa’s investment decision makers; maintains the Africa investor 40 Investors’ Index, hosts the Ai CEO Institutional Summit & Awards and the Ai CEO Infrastructure Investment Summit & Awards, among other events.

      For more information please visit: Africa investor

    • African Banker is a quarterly magazine dedicated to banking and finance in Africa. It taps into the growing demand for information on Africa’s banking and finance sectors giving readers in-depth analysis on individual African markets and the impact globally. These sectors are rapidly expanding and reshaping the economy of the continent.

      For more information please visit: African Banker

    • Reaching over 300,000 readers monthly in over 75 countries, African Business is the best-selling, ABC-audited, African English language magazine. It is a sober, yet essential read for the discerning business person in Africa, or business person doing business in Africa. It is regarded with enormous respect globally.

      For more information please visit: African Business

    • African Business Central (“ABC”) is a leading online media company showcasing curated and original news on African Business, primarily, and all things Africa, in general.

      ABC's rapidly-growing site attracts tens of thousands of visitors every month that read and watch news, analyses, and opinions of business, economic, political, and cultural events in and about Africa. ABC is making its mark around the world telling Africa's success stories and highlighting the continent's swift socio-economic ascent to a rapidly-growing global audience.

      ABC’s core values are based on the notion that business, in general, and entrepreneurship, in particular, is the surest path to Africa’s socio-economic progress.

      For more information please visit: ABC

    • African Energy is a respected source of independent analysis on the continent’s energy industries, produced by Cross-border Information (CbI), a globally recognised business intelligence company with a long established research focus on the politics, energy and financial sector trends of Africa and the Middle East.

      African Energy’s work is based on the foundation of experienced staff analysts – African Energy has been produced by the same lead team since its launch in 1998 – and a network of correspondents and sources across more than 40 African countries.

      African Energy’s consultancy unit has conducted research for a wide variety of private and public sector clients including the Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP), and the African Development Bank-based Infrastructure Consortium for Africa.

      Tel: +44(0)1424 721667. Web: www.africa-energy.com

      For more information please visit: African Energy

    • Alternative Energy Africa is the continent’s first magazine dedicated to literally filling the energy information gap in Africa. Alternative Energy Africa provides its readers updates on private sector projects, government initiatives, business and investment news, and strategies for a thriving alternative/renewable energy market on the African continent, all of this in addition to global project news and groundbreaking technology coverage. And to complement the magazine, www.AE-Africa.com offers the latest updates between issues making the AEA online and print duo “the premiere source” of alternative and renewable energy news covering the African continent.

      For more information please visit: Alternative Energy Africa

    • Aspire Africa is a digital platform committed to promoting African synergy!

      Our publication profiles CEO’s, entrepreneurs, and innovative companies to discuss business strategy, trends, leadership and growth opportunities covering African achievement that our subscribers and readers will find highly engaging and valuable.

      Each edition of Aspire Africa reaches investors, ‘c’ level executives, state and federal public servants and marketing teams across the continent.

      Our editorial team is on top of major developments across the continent making Aspire Africa one of the most signi´Čücant platforms showcasing African achievement.

      For more information please visit: Aspire Africa

    • The energy4africa website family brings together news on all major energy related issues in Africa with overviews of events and background information. Dedicated websites do focus on specific technologies: wind4africa.net, solar4africa.net, hydro4africa.net and biomass4africa.net. The hydro4africa.net website also boosts a comprehensive database of hydropower stations in east and southern Africa.

      For more information please visit: Biomass4Africa

    • For over 20-years the magazine has enjoyed the readership of architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, interior designers, developers, building specialists, contractors, landscape architects and contractors, real estate agents and investors, property managers, suppliers to the construction industry, government departments and ministries: local authorities, land surveyors, financial institutions, telecommunication companies etc.  The print edition is distributed in over ten Africa countries with the digital version sent monthly to over 200000 readers in our database.

      For more information please visit: Construction Review

    • Gulf Oil and Gas (GOG) is the gateway to the oil and gas markets in the eastern hemisphere. Gulf Oil and Gas attracts thousands of professional regular visitors each day. With 50% of our audience defining themselves as engineers and another 25% in managerial roles. GOG 3D Projects service tracks information for 2000+ projects across the Middle East, Asia and Africa. GOG career center is dedicated to assisting organizations in building their engineering and technical resources.

      For more information please visit: Gulf Oil and Gas

    • The energy4africa website family brings together news on all major energy related issues in Africa with overviews of events and background information. Dedicated websites do focus on specific technologies: wind4africa.net, solar4africa.net, hydro4africa.net and biomass4africa.net. The hydro4africa.net website also boosts a comprehensive database of hydropower stations in east and southern Africa.

      For more information please visit: Hydro4Africa

    • iEcoAfrica bring actors and entities together who wish to inspire and lead positive change in the minds of people and in the ecosystems around and inside organisations. Our network provides a space for dynamic, transparent communication, exchanging knowledge and forging partnerships for impact at scale. 


      Sustainability Communications, Economic Environmental & Social Governance (EESG) Reporting & Disclosure, Big Data, Behavioural Change and Stakeholder Engagement is just some of what we do. Our objective is to drive sustainable organisational practice in Africa.

      For more information please visit: iecoAfrica

    • Matchdeck is re-inventing the way companies interact with and do business with each other. Our matching engine uses semantic web technology to match companies based on their business goals. Once matched, companies connect with each other directly on our platform and this removes the need for more traditional forms of B2B marketing.

      For more information please visit: Matchdeck

    • Along with being one the biggest-selling pan-African magazine in English New African brings an African perspective to international reporting on the continent. Inspiring and always enlightening, New African aims to cover real issues often ignored elsewhere and to correct the many misconceptions associated with the continent. Each month, New African delivers the best features and commentaries on Africa and its people.

      For more information please visit: New African

    • The energy4africa website family brings together news on all major energy related issues in Africa with overviews of events and background information. Dedicated websites do focus on specific technologies: wind4africa.net, solar4africa.net, hydro4africa.net and biomass4africa.net. The hydro4africa.net website also boosts a comprehensive database of hydropower stations in east and southern Africa.

      For more information please visit: Solar4Africa

    • Today there is no shortage of information on power and energy. Yet in this age of information overload, most professionals still take the time to read their favourite daily newspaper. The Energy Industry Times is a newspaper-style tabloid dedicated to reporting on the industry’s key issues. At last, an easy way to follow the latest news and trends in power and energy – from a source you can trust.

      For more information please visit: The Energy Industry Times

    • The energy4africa website family brings together news on all major energy related issues in Africa with overviews of events and background information. Dedicated websites do focus on specific technologies: wind4africa.net, solar4africa.net, hydro4africa.net and biomass4africa.net. The hydro4africa.net website also boosts a comprehensive database of hydropower stations in east and southern Africa.

      For more information please visit: Wind4Africa

    • The PRIVATE SECTOR, a KEPSA publication, is a Kenyan quarterly magazine with international presence, supported and presented by KEPSA, and published by Brand Effects EA Ltd.  It was developed and launched with a vision of being the voice of the private sector stakeholders from all aspects of commerce in Kenya.

      For more information please visit: http://privatesectoreastafrica.com/

  • Supporting associations

    • The SACEEC is a private/public Partnership established in 2000 to facilitate growth and development of the Capital Goods and services sector. The SACEEC provides a facilitating role in assisting the capital equipment sector companies to grow their business through exporting.

      The South African Capital equipment export council’s mission is to facilitate, support and develop a competitive South African capital equipment manufacturing and services sector.

      For more information please visit: SACEEC

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