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Creating wealth and Jobs for our Billion Population

Our mission and Goals

At Africa XYZ, we help businesses to grow and expand across Africa and beyond by providing access to Talents, Markets and Capital in order to help them create wealth and Jobs for our Billion population.
Our headquarters is in Rwanda with branches in Malawi and Senegal.

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Our Offices in Africa

Agenda for 2022


Kigali, Rwanda



Blantyre, Malawi



Diamniadio, Senegal


What we do ?

Solving African Problems

We help build companies that are creating Wealth and Jobs for our Billion population through various initiatives :

  • 1- Reduce the digital divide by training 12 million young Africans in digital technology each year:

    The digital economy in Africa is expected to generate USD 180 billion by 2025 or 5.02% of the continental GDP. We must take advantage of this booming economy to create sustainable jobs for the 30 million young Africans entering the job market each year.

  • 2- Small businesses financing : key to economic growth in Africa

    Small and medium enterprises are leading employment in Africa (with 70-80% of jobs creation) and contribute significantly to economic growth. But, their development is constrained by limited access to finance and markets. In Sub-Saharan Africa, more than 50% of the 44 million formal MSMEs, require more finance than they can access to grow their businesses.

  • 3- Taking advantage of the CFTA market to develop the manufacturing sector in Africa

    According to The African Union, the launch of the CFTA, the continental free trade zone, and its reduction of intra-African customs will boost the continent's manufacturing industry.

    Indeed, the majority of African countries are still dominated by the production of the soil (agriculture, wood) or the subsoil (mines, hydrocarbons) which represent 80% of exports in value and the manufacturing sector could be an alternative to this dependence on the rent.

    Reports estimate that the market for cross-border logistics services in Africa is about $32 billion in revenue. It is predicted to double in size over the next decade.

The big family


Our company success is driven by teamwork, not just by individuals because it takes a combined effort to meet monthly targets and KPIs.

View the team


Founder & CEO

My job is to define the vision of the Company and building team to achieve it.

Abessolo Michelle

Board Partner

My job is to provide a vision for future growth while navigating day-to-day obstacles.

Jerry Valsin

Board Partner

My job is to provide the strategic direction for the design department in advancing the organization to its potential.