Africa is distinguished by its proclivity for massive trading activity through a plethora of small traders and distribution points. To complicate matters more, there are comparatively low levels of offtake, a wide variety of consumables, and a rapidly increasing middle class with rapidly evolving needs and a voracious appetite for quality goods and services. This places emphasis on decision-makers, and it necessitates data-driven strategic acumen and a policy tailored to local market conditions.
Furthermore, the effect of trade bloc treaties such as SADC, COMESA, EAC, IOR-ARC, and others must be thoroughly recognized and capitalized on. The light manufacturing and garment industries profit from Africa’s alliances with the European Union (EU-ACP) and the United States (AGOA-Africa Growth and Opportunities Act).
Kimotho Associates & Company’s Consumer and Industrial Products Group is well-versed in African trading systems, procedures, and treaty materials. The company has been in charge of assisting their clients in boosting their performance, sales penetration, transfer pricing enforcement, tax optimization, and project funding.
We are dedicated to developing and applying strategies that result in positive progress and assist businesses in improving and succeeding. We offer an unrivaled breadth and scope of services and skills.
In this sector, we have many audit, tax, and regulatory customers. We also wrote the EAC’s industrialization strategy and supervised tech projects in the cement industry.