NEW YORK, Nov. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- ABO Capital announced today that its CEO Zandre Campos was featured in The Hill discussing his insights on what the next U.S. president needs to know about Africa. The article entitled "3 things the next U.S. president needs to know about Africa" was originally published on The Hill on November 2, 2016.
President Obama discussed the importance of making it easier to do business in Africa at the U.S. Africa Business Forum in September. This article looks at three fundamental facts that are important for the next U.S. president to consider regarding business in Africa including Africa being a vast and young market, Africans have money to spend and the economy is about more than oil.
"There are other factors contributing to Africa's favorable outlook, such as rapid urbanization and the economic impact of new technology," said Mr. Campos. "As the next US President takes office, it's valuable to keep in mind that all these trends add up to Africa's big picture — and point to a bright and positive future."
Zandre Campos is chairman and CEO of ABO Capital, an international investment firm that invests in companies in the healthcare, energy, transportation, hospitality, technology and real estate sectors throughout Africa. ABO's mission is to create global value for developing countries in Africa, while contributing to their economic development.
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About ABO Capital
ABO Capital, formerly Angola Capital Investments, is an international investment firm that invests in companies in the healthcare, technology, energy, transportation, hospitality and real estate sectors throughout Africa. The mission of ABO Capital is to create global value for developing countries in Africa, while contributing to their economic development.
About Zandre Campos
Zandre Campos is one of the great, innovative business leaders and global entrepreneurs emerging out of Africa. Currently, he is chairman and CEO of ABO Capital, an international investment firm headquartered in Angola with holdings throughout the Globe. Mr. Campos was named one of the Top 25 African business influencers and was a recipient of the Distinguished Business Excellence Award by African Leadership Magazine. He is frequently quoted as an expert on Africa in the media and is a recurring contributor for The Huffington Post and US News & World Report. He recently addressed both students and professors at the NYU Africa House on the opportunities in Africa.
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