Synergy Africa combines skilled professionals with a wealth of industry expertise and outstanding IT structure to offer clients customized solutions, specifically designed to fulfill their needs in accounting, assurance, tax and business consulting.
The lack of services required to transport and transform both consumer goods and commodities along Africa’s main corridors in the Eastern and Northern Region is creating a logistics gap. Tapping into this logistics gap which account for 40 percent of consumer prices in East Africa and 75 percent of export cost in landlocked countries, like Rwanda, has become an important task for governments, local.
The result of rising middle class and higher rate of urbanization have produced a sizeable consumer class across Africa with increasing disposable income: the number of households with discretionary income is projected to rise by 50 percent over the next 10 years, reaching $128 million (McKinsey, 2012 ). This socio-economic reality is creating opportunities for local and regional companies that can respond.
It is a natural and logical progression for African companies and countries to get involved in the technical services and inputs products require transforming the Agricultural sector from subsistence farming to a commercial scale, especially as commodities prices start to decrease. This agenda of transforming the Agricultural sector is becoming an investment priority for numerous.