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Inafrica Strategy S.L. accompanies companies and organizations in their internationalization processes in West African countries.

Our objective, as a consultancy, is to provide our customers with all the necessary tools so they can effectively develop their business in the African markets.

Thanks to our long experience, we are specialists in diagnosing, probing, and executing plans of introduction in the markets of West Africa.

Our success is based on a wide network of contacts, on the application of a consolidated methodology, and a real knowledge of the market.

Consultancy. Our expertise, your benefit

Inafrica Strategy, S.L is much more than a service provider, it is a close partner of its clients (the objectives of its clients are its objectives)
For Inafrica, each client and each project are unique. The services provided are adapted to the needs and particularities of each moment, without standard solutions.
The services provided by Inafrica are totally practical and effective, and always with measurable results in the short term. Furthermore, the solutions it provides are pragmatic, efficient, and precise.
The entire Inafrica Strategy, S.L team has an objective (the success of the client), and a premise (the success of the client is the success of Inafrica).
The customer has the right to a safe export: During the provision of its services, Inafrica ensures all collateral aspects to minimize the uncertainty inherent in African markets.
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Markets (West Africa)

Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast is located in West Africa. It borders Liberia and Guinea to the west; Mali and Burkina Faso to the north; Ghana to the east, and the Gulf of Guinea to the south. It is the 53rd most populous country and the 68th largest in the world, with an estimated population of just under […]


Ghana is a West African country constituted as a semi-presidential republic. It is bordered to the north by Burkina Faso, to the east by Togo, to the west by Ivory Coast, and the south by the Gulf of Guinea. With an estimated population of 24,96 million in 2011, Ghana is, after Nigeria, the second-most populous […]


Senegal is a sovereign state in West Africa whose form of government is the semi-presidential republic. Its total area is 197,161 km2. The country borders Mauritania to the north, Mali to the east, and Guinea Bissau to the south. Senegal has a population of over 13 million, of which approximately 42% live in rural areas.  […]


Nigeria is a sovereign country located in West Africa, in the Gulf of Guinea, whose form of government is the presidential federal republic. Its territory is made up of 36 federated states and a federal district. Its total population is 181,562,056 inhabitants (2015). Its capital is Abuja, with 1,178,568 inhabitants, and its most populated city […]


Mali is a landlocked state in West Africa. It is the eighth-largest country in Africa, and it is bordered to the north by Algeria, to the east by Niger, to the west by Mauritania and Senegal, and to the south by Ivory Coast, Guinea, and Burkina Faso. Its size is 1,240,192 km² and its estimated […]


Cameroon, officially the Republic of Cameroon is a unitary republic in central Africa. It is bordered to the northwest by Nigeria, to the east by Chad and the Central African Republic, and to the south by Gabon, Congo, and Equatorial Guinea. The United Nations Organization estimated the population of Cameroon at 19,522,000 inhabitants (2009). The […]


Benin is a country located in West Africa. It is bounded by Togo to the west, by Nigeria to the east, and by Burkina Faso and Niger to the north. Most of its population lives in the Gulf of Benin. The capital of Benin is Porto Novo, but its government is in Cotonou, the largest […]


Togo is the 170th most populous country and the 125th largest in the world, with a population of approximately 6 million inhabitants and an area of 56,785 km². Located in West Africa, this Sub-Saharan country has a total border of 1,880 km through which it borders Burkina Faso, Ghana, and Benin. The Togolese economy is […]


Guinea borders Guinea-Bissau and Senegal to the north, Mali to the north and northeast, Ivory Coast to the southeast, Liberia to the south, and Sierra Leone to the west. Guinea is divided into eight administrative regions and further subdivided into 33 prefectures. Conakry is the capital, the largest city, and the most important economic center […]

Examples of success


State of the Senegalese economy in the first half of 2021

In the last report carried out by the DPEE (Directorate of Forecasts and Economic Studies) it was possible to clearly observe which sectors within the Senegalese economy have registered an improvement. Today, we will comment on them briefly. The objective of the country at present is very clear: to improve its economic activity. The numbers […]

New bill in Nigeria

Many countries in Africa are trying to optimize the performance of their economy. For its part, Nigeria earlier this month put forward a new bill to reform the oil and gas industry, essential to its economy. After a decade, on July 2, a bill to reform the oil and gas industry in Nigeria was successfully […]

Ivory Coast, targeting tourism

Recently, the Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Ivory Coast, Siandou Fofana, has detailed his strategy whose objective is to make the Ivory Coast the fifth destination in Africa by 2025 in terms of tourism. The recent COVID19 crisis did not go unnoticed in terms of tourism results obtained in 2020, in which it […]

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