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Our greatest asset at Djembe Communications is our people. We are a results-driven team focused on delivering high value and impact for our clients across the African continent. Our hands-on local capabilities and unparalleled market understanding enable us to deliver measurable results for our clients. In this section, read what our Consultants have to say about key trends unfolding in Africa and how they impact your communications needs in the region.

January 20, 2016

How the Fourth Industrial Revolution Will Help Africa Rise

The world continues to change rapidly through advancements in technology, and digital innovation has already ...

December 09, 2015

Mobile Insights for Africa: 5 Reasons to Get the App

Africa has undergone a mobile revolution over the past few years as mobile phones have ...

December 04, 2015

It’s Time for Africa’s Voice to be Heard on Climate Change

Climate change is an increasingly important and concerning issue that, by definition, is not going ...

November 09, 2015

86% of young Nigerians want to start their own business

This week Djembe Communications will hold our final roundtable on entrepreneurship and job creation in ...

October 21, 2015

A candid conversation in Mozambique

Yesterday we were pleased to have been joined by some of Mozambique’s most important voices ...

October 18, 2015

Mozambican entrepreneurs yearn for an inclusive economic model

On 20th October, on the heels of two successful panel sessions in Angola and Ghana, ...

October 14, 2015

5 Reasons to join Djembe Connect

Over the last ten years social networks have significantly transformed virtually every professional sector, including ...

October 06, 2015

Ghanaian Entrepreneurs Put Faith in Domestic Innovation

The Djembe Insights report on job creation in Sub-Saharan Africa outlines a striking confidence in ...

October 04, 2015

Ghanaians Embrace Technology as Catalyst for Employment Generation

As we look forward to the second roundtable on entrepreneurship and job creation in Sub-Saharan ...