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As Brexit approaches, trends and forecasts suggest that Commonwealth member countries should take over and become Britain’s main trading partners after its exit from the European Union. Nineteen of the fifty-three Commonwealth Member States are located on the African continent. Today, the Commonwealth is still relevant for Africa. Between investment… Read more

At the end of December, the American magazine, Forbes, released its ranking for the “Best Countries for Business”, once again highlighting the growing level of investment in Africa. In fact, following analysis of reports throughout 2018, the magazine set 15 different criteria to establish this ranking. The index of economic… Read more

  Since the start of the year, a brand new institution has been open in the Senegalese capital. Dakar welcomes the first Ecole Doctorale des Ateliers de la Pensée d’Afrique, a graduate school for think tank workshops adressing African issues. Having seen great minds such as Léopold Sédar Senghor and… Read more

For the fifth consecutive year, Morgan Philips Middle East & Africa will attend the Africa CEO Forum on the 25th and 26th of March in Kigali, Rwanda. Organized by the press group Jeune Afrique, Rainbow Unlimited and supported by the International Finance Corporation, the Africa CEO Forum is an unique… Read more

McKinsey has just published its latest book, Africa’s Business Revolution: How to Succeed in the World’s Next Big Growth Market. Following studies conducted by the consultancy firm, the figures obtained demonstrate, once again, how Africa’s development is in full flow. Indeed, its market growth and attractiveness are the key factors… Read more

Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, will host the next Africa CEO Forum from March 25th to March 26th. For this occasion, Marion Navarre, Managing Director at Morgan Philips Middle East & Africa will be traveling to Kigali. Do not hesitate to share your best advices in the below comments… Read more


Last Saturday brought the 11th edition of the Women’s Cup of African Nations (CAN) in Ghana to an end. After two weeks of games, with fierce competition from the continent’s best eight national selections, Nigeria retained its title for the third year running. Facing South Africa in the final, the… Read more


After hosting the World Economic Forum on Africa in May 2016, Rwanda is, once again, expressing its desire to join the international economy. In fact, in November, the new Foreign Minister, Richard Sezibera, confirmed Rwanda’s ambition to join the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Consequently, this African country… Read more


Destined to represent the Africa of tomorrow, Ethiopia is both ambitious and motivated in ensuring its readiness for globalization. Forced to position itself in a globalized context in a period of great change, Ethiopia seems to have opted for a strategy of modernization. As a result, the country is attempting… Read more

Morgan Philips Executive Search USA, the Digital Head Hunting Company, is recruiting the Managing Director of 42 Silicon Valley, Xavier Niel’s disrupting software engineering school in the USA, based in Fremont, CA. No teachers, no courses, no classes and tuition-free. All the pedagogy and the curriculum are handled and designed… Read more