NOVAFRICA, the Africa knowledge centre signed last Wednesday a protocol of cooperation with FurtherAfrica.
With offices in Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau, the centre has a particular focus on Portuguese-speaking Africa with a mission to produce expertise with an impact on business and economic development in Africa. That expertise includes a number of in-depth research projects on the ground, in different geographies beyond Portuguese Africa and aims to cover a diverse range of key themes such as Migration, Fintech, Education and the development of the Private Sector, among others.
Beginning in 2020, the protocol will see FurtherAfrica syndicate selected research and editorial content from the centre’s extensive knowledge base, with a particular focus on the continent’s social and economic development, in line with its track record of providing market intelligence to the investment community.
NOVAFRICA is part of NOVA School of Business and Economics of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, an institution recently recognized by the Financial Times as being among the top Business Schools in Europe.