SPECIALISED BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, DEALMAKING, MARKET INTELLIGENCE AND SOURCING IN AFRICA
DIGITAL TV BROADCASTEnabling countries in Africa to migrate from traditional analogue TV to high definition digital TV.
RENEWABLE ENERGYWorking with Governments and stakeholders to enable the development of feasible Renewable Energy projects to the benefit of the country and its people.
MARKET INTELLIGENCEGathering competitive intelligence is most critical in today’s business environment as it arms you with better understanding of your market and your competition.
TECHNOLOGY SECTORUnderstanding the entrepreneurial technology space in Africa, Vantage will enable you to invest wisely and unlock potential in the ICT and other technology sectors.
The first Vantage group of companies was formed more than 12 years ago, 2004, focusing primarily on sourcing Information Technology and related products. Over time the business has evolved into a technology expert in the Africa market focusing primarily on Security, Broadcasting, Telecom's and the Renewable/Engineering sector. Vantage is built on a passion for the Africa continent and the vision, that in future, Africa will prosper though enabling technologies.
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