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Egyptian cheese company Domty and FrieslandCampina form partnership

Egyptian cheese producer Domty and FrieslandCampina have signed an MoU to explore joint business opportunities in Africa. The companies plan to collaborate to export cheese to other African countries. Domty was founded in 1988 in Egypt. It is a leader in the Egyptian …

Tunisia’s #2 dairy company Land’Or receives $12.9m funding from EBRD

Land’Or, Tunisian dairy processor specializing in cheese making has received €10.9 million (US$12.89m) loan financing from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to support its expansion in Tunisia and investment in Morocco. Land’Or has been part of the EBRD …
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DHL Express takes a minority stake in online retail platform Link Commerce

DHL Express has taken a minority stake in Link Commerce, the UK-based e-commerce platform that sits beneath and DHL’s Africa eShop service. DHL is betting on a fundamental change in purchasing behaviours in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which …

DPI invests $56m in Tunisian agribusiness and tomato processor SICAM

UK-base private equity company Development Partners International (DPI) has invested US$56m into Société Industrielle des Conserves Alimentaires (SICAM). SICAM is a leading agribusiness and tomato processor in Tunisia with a large canned food range. SICAM is Tunisia’s leading producer of …

Coronavirus in Africa – an update and what it means

At Trendtype we have decided to put our thoughts down on paper, as it were. Headline: there are lots of reasons to believe that African countries may emerge from COVID-19 in better (or less worse) shape than developed economies in …
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Trendtype’s 2019 year in review and 2020 forecasts

So here are our big themes in 2019 and a look ahead to 2020. It’s been another eventful year in African consumer and retail markets in 2019. Some big retail players coming unstuck In grocery retail, some big players have come …
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Tunisian online grocer Founa launches click and collect (“Drive”) service

Tunisia’s leading online grocery retailer, Founa, has launched Tunisia’s first click and collect grocery service. It will be piloted at Magasin Général’s MG Maxi hypermarket at La Marsa, a wealthy tourist town close to the capital, Tunis. Founded in 2013, Founa sold …
Tunisia country profile

Tunisia Country Profile

This report provides key information on Tunisia. It covers the economic landscape, key demographic indicators, living standards and income as well as logistics and infrastructure.

Coffee Shop Chains in Africa

This report provides the most up to date analysis of the leading coffee shop chains in Africa. This report includes key benchmark data, such as main players, key markets, number of outlets and per capita spend, throughout Africa and regionally.