Government and Strategic Partners
As part of its mandate to strengthen bi-lateral trade ties between the UK and Africa, Africa House London partners with a number of central Government ministries to champion trade deals, support market access and to help improve the rule of law.
The Government of Imo State also called The Imo State Government consists of elected representatives and appointed officials responsible for the government of Imo State, Nigeria. Imo State has a population of over 4 to 5 million people, and is one of the 36 states that make up the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The Botswana Investment and Trade Centre (BITC) is an organisation established by an act of Parliament by the Government of Botswana, to become an integrated Investment and Trade Promotion Authority (ITPA) with an encompassing mandate of investment promotion and attraction, export promotion, and development, including management of the Nation Brand.
The Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (ECCSA) is an apex organization of Chambers and Sectoral Associations in Ethiopia. It has eighteen members including nine Regional Chambers of Commerce and Sectoral Associations, two City Chambers of Commerce and Sectoral Associations, one National Chamber of Sectoral Associations and six Sectoral Associations organized at national level.
The Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) is the main parastatal of the Government of Lesotho charged with the implementation of the country’s industrial development policies.
The role of the Corporation is to promote Lesotho as an attractive investment location for both foreign and indigenous investors.
LNDC is wholly owned by the Government of Lesotho and falls under the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Cooperatives and Marketing which is responsible for providing overall policy direction on industrialization.
Africa Trade Ltd is a special purpose vehicle specifically set up to consult to Africa House London on the design, logistics and on-going project management of its trade programmes.
Africa House London and Africa Trade Ltd work in partnership to identify a select number of Commercial Partner businesses, capable of providing practical assistance to businesses in the UK/Africa trade space.
TRACE membership and due diligence services are designed to help companies spend less while maintaining a dynamic anti-bribery compliance program. Over the last two decades, TRACE has worked with thousands of multinational companies and small and medium-sized enterprises worldwide to establish widely accepted best practices.
Africa House London and TRACE are working together to boost confidence in trade between the UK and Africa. TRACE partners with over 100 law firms around the world, representing more than 150 countries. Each firm provides valuable information and expertise in areas that include market trends,local anti-bribery laws and regulations.