About NABA

NABA provides strategic advice, joint-venture facilitation, business exploration journeys, information products (country analysis, political risk, sector studies, market reports, legal aspects), seminars and conferences.
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Events

Welcome to the Norwegian-African Business Summit 2014 - NABA's flagship event. On 30. October Norwegian and African business meet at the RadissonBLU Scandinavia Hotel in Oslo. More info and registry to follow.
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Become a member

Take advantage of NABA's extensive network with the privat sector, local stakeholders, authorities and politicians, of cruicial importance for single establishments, joint ventures and partner reviews/due diligence.
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Latest News

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November 13, 2014

More than 400 delegates attended the Norwegian-African Business Summit 2014, NABA’s annual flagship event, on Thursday October 30th 2014. Norwegian policy makers and business leaders, African ambassadors, and business representatives from Europe and Africa were present to learn more about the main … Continue reading

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November 13, 2014

Panel Discussion: Africa’s infrastructure deficit equals opportunities The topic of this panel debate was the opportunities that the African Infrastructure deficit opens up for, and how companies can tap into this. The moderator, Mr. Mark Eddo asked Ms. Helen Hai to … Continue reading

NABA_2014_Foto_Mona_Ranum_081 NABA Summit Summary: Session II – Agribusiness and Aquaculture
November 13, 2014

Agricultural growth is 3.5 more effective in reducing poverty than other sectors. The demand for agricultural products is rising along with a growing middle class. Despite opportunities to produce these products locally, many African countries rely on imports. In this … Continue reading