Mega Trends in Africa

Macro-to-micro Implications for Businesses, People, and Society

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The study 'Mega Trends in Africa' will weigh in on Africa’s future prospects, examining exogenous factors or Mega Trends that will drive Africa’s growth story over the next ten years. The study will provide visionary insights into the impact of digital trends, such as virtual currency and future direction of a cashless African economy. Further, it provides insights on the economic growth, future demographic trends, growing levels of foreign investment, and new business models from the African perspective. It will also provide an understanding of the inter-linkages of these Mega Trends and implications for countries and industries on a macro level and for cities on a micro level.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Rise of Connected Devices in AfricaAfrica’s Internet EconomyMobile Revolution in Africa—Growth of Mobile-Based IndustriesMobile Money Boom in AfricaVirtual Currency Boom in Africa Online Retail Landscape in Africa Regional Snapshot of Online Retail in Africa Evolution of Banking Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa Rise of Mobile Banking Era The African Trade Journey—Regional Integration Timeline Free Trade Zone—New Avenues for Inter-Regional TradeYouth Bulge in Africa The Wealthy Africans Future of Education in Africa—Classrooms to mLearning and eLearningAfrica Economic Prospects—Africa to Grow at 6% per AnnumEconomic Power Houses—GDP of Top 10 Countries of AfricaForeign Investments in Africa—Largest Source of Capital in AfricaMega Cities in Africa—Engines of Economic GrowthMega Regions of Africa—Economic HubsMega Corridors—Reconfiguring Africa’s Space and EconomySmart Cities for AfricaAfrica Infrastructure—An Estimated Billion-Dollar InvestmentUrban vs. Rural Mobility Solutions in AfricaBRT Services in AfricaOpportunities in Healthcare Market of Africa—Investment by 2020Mobile Healthcare Market in Africa—Innovation and Investment Value for Many—Mobility Needs to be Inclusive in Africa LendicoAfrica’s Future Energy Mix Research Scope, Objective, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesResearch BackgroundResearch Methodology—From Macro to MicroResearch Methodology—From Macro to Micro (continued)Definitions Used in the StudyMega Trend 1—Connectivity and ConvergenceHighlights—Connectivity and ConvergenceRise of Connected Devices in AfricaAfrica’s Internet EconomyInternet of Things is Creating Tremendous Value in Key SA VerticalsAfrica’s Mobile EconomyRise of Mobile Devices in AfricaMobile Revolution in Africa—Growth of Mobile-Based IndustriesMobile Money Dynamics in AfricaMobile Money Boom in AfricaWhat the World Can Learn From AfricaSocial Quotient—Facebook, the Most Popular Social Media in Africa Mobile Innovation—Gen-Next Mobile Apps by Africa for AfricaAfrican Companies Beginning to Find Value in Big DataBig Data Brings Big Possibilities in Africa Virtual Currency Boom in Africa Financial Revolution—The Next Step of Virtual Currency Mega Trend 2—Bricks and ClicksAfrica Retail Format—From Informal Trading to Mall culture Online Retail Landscape in Africa Regional Snapshot of Online Retail in Africa Top Players in Africa’s Online RetailCase Study—The Success of JUMIA, the Amazon of AfricaAfrica’s Online Shopping PracticesWhat is bricks and Clicks?Mobile Omni-Channel Links—Emerging ApplicationsOnline Social Commerce Business Models in AfricaMega Trend 3—Future of BankingHighlights—Future of BankingBanking in Africa—Present ScenarioEvolution of Banking Sector in Sub-Saharan AfricaRise of Mobile Banking EraGrowth of Mobile Phones Facilitating Growth of Mobile BankingBusiness Models Deployed by Telecom OperatorsMobile Banking—Already MainstreamRetail Banking vs. Mobile BankingBanking Consolidation Across AfricaCase Study—Banking Empowering the Business Model of Mobile Payments The iVeri Solution—MicroBank+Future Banking Solutions in Africa—Implications to StakeholdersFuture Banking Solutions in Africa—Implications to StakeholdersMega Trend 4—Future of TradeExternal and Inter-Regional Trade in AfricaRestraints to Inter-Regional African Trade—Direct and IndirectDigital Payment System—Solution to Financial EncumbrancesThe African Trade Journey—Regional Integration TimelineInter-Regional Trade in Africa—Major RECs of AfricaAfrica’s Inter-Regional Trade Powerhouse—Eastern AfricaEmerging Trade Corridors will Facilitate Inter-Regional Trade Activities Free Trade Zone—New Avenues for Inter-Regional TradeTrade Evolution of African Regions—Highest Growth In East Africa Africa-China—Emerging Partners of Trade Mega Trend 5—Social TrendsHighlights—Social Trends in Africa Social Trends in Africa Demographic Trends of Africa Youth Bulge in Africa Africa’s Young Population Demographic Dividend Investing in Africa's Valuable Asset: Youth Population The Wealthy Africans Emerging Middle Class in AfricaEconomic Potential of African WomenWomen Empowerment Initiatives in AfricaGrowth of Education Sector in AfricaFuture of Education in Africa: Classrooms to mLearning and eLearningMega Trend 6—Economic Trends and Investment PoolsHighlights—Economic Trends in AfricaAfrica Economic Prospects—Africa to Grow at 6% Per AnnumAfrica Sectorial GDP Analysis: Service Sector to Dominate Africa’s GDPEconomic Power Houses: GDP of Top 10 Countries of AfricaYoung and Upcoming Economic Hubs of AfricaPolitical Stability to Lead to Economic Growth of African Countries Beyond Kenya, Nigeria and SA—The Next Big Economic Powerhouses Africa’s Manufacturing Sector—Unleashing New Business OpportunitiesMade in Africa—Can Africa Become a Global Manufacturing Hub?Manufacturing sector in Nigeria—Driving Economic Growth Foreign Investments in Africa—Highlights Foreign Investments in Africa—Largest Source of Capital in Africa Foreign Direct Investment—Synopsis of Global Capital Investment Foreign Direct Investment in Africa—Investment Destinations Foreign Direct Investment in Africa—Who is Investing in Africa? Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Investment Attractive Sectors The “Diamond” Strategy for African Market Penetration Green Revolution—This Time it is for Africa Mega Trend 7—UrbanizationHighlights—Urbanization Trends in Africa Four Main Trends in Urbanization—Development of Mega Cities, Mega Regions, Mega Corridors and Mega SlumsMega Cities in Africa—Engines of Economic GrowthCity as a Customer—Cities to Create Investment Opportunities in AfricaMega Regions of Africa—Economic HubsMega Corridors—Reconfiguring Africa’s Space and EconomyUrbanization Dwelling Mostly in Slums to Create ‘Splintered Urbanization’Mega Trend 8—Smart is the New Green with Smart CitiesRoad to Smart CitiesTypes of Smart City Projects Smart Cities for Africa Smart City Funding in AfricaSilicon Savannah, Kenya—The Silicon Valley of AfricaMega Trend 9—Future of InfrastructureAfrica Infrastructure—An Estimated Billion-Dollar InvestmentInfrastructure Funding in Africa—External Funding TrendsInfrastructure Funding in Africa—Funding Trends by SectorInfrastructure Development: Mega Projects Under Construction Future Corridors of Africa—Road to Prosperity Rail Infrastructure Development in Africa—The Fastest Growing Sector Africa’s Infrastructure Deficits and Development: Filing the Gaps Mega Trend 10—Beneficiation Economics Beneficiation in Africa—Today vs. Tomorrow Beneficiation’s Role in Sub-Saharan African Growth Story The Beneficiation Process–Labor Vs Capital Intensive How Sub-Saharan Africa will Benefit from Beneficiation Strategic Recommendations Opportunities for Beneficiation in Africa by 2020 Africa to Become a Beneficiation Leader So What's Changing? Mega Trend 11—Future of TransportationAfrica Transportation Sector Rural Transportation to Dominate African Transportation Sector Urban vs. Rural Mobility Solutions in Africa Dedicated Vehicles Being Developed for African Terrain Africa’s Urban Mobility TrendsGoMyWayTaxi Hailing in AfricaMellow Cabs—An Innovative and Efficient Urban Transport BRT Services in Africa Metro Rail Services in AfricaProliferation of Mobility Apps in SA—First Step to Mobility IntegrationAfrica on Wheels—African Automotive MarketMade in Africa—African Automobile Players Can Change the GameMega Trend 12—Health, Wellness and WellbeingAfrica Trends Impacting on Healthcare DevelopmentOpportunities in Healthcare Market of Africa—Investment by 2020Africa Pharmaceutical Market—Rising OpportunitiesMobile Healthcare Market in Africa—Innovation and Investment Case Study—Orange Mobile Healthcare in Africa Mega Trend 13 —New Business Models Example of 'Value for Many' Business Models Value for Many—Mobility Needs to be Inclusive in Africa Africa Collabo(rising)—By Africa, For Africa Make in Africa—Innovative and Low-Cost Business Models to Address the Challenges of Africa Macro-to-micro Implications of New Business ModelsMega Trend 14 —Future of EnergyHotspots, Technologies and Trends in the African Energy SectorAfrica’s Future Energy MixAfrica—Leading the Way in Renewable EnergyWind Power—High Potential in Africa Solar PV—Huge Potential in Africa Oil and Natural Gas Boom in East Africa—The Next Global Export Hub The Power Gap—Building a Brighter Africa Bridging the Power Gap—Power Supply Initiatives in Africa Transforming Power Sector of Africa—Innovative Business Models Role of Innovative Dynamics within the Power Sector in Africa Grid Power Integration in Africa Chinese Deals Changing the Power Sector Scenario of Africa Off-Grid Power Generation—Focus on Waste-to-Energy Systems Opportunities in African Power Sector Africa in the Next 10 Years Connectivity and Convergence in AfricaBricks and ClicksFuture of Banking Future of TradeSocial TrendsEconomyUrbanizationInfrastructure HealthcareConclusionFrom Macro to Micro—Taking Mega Trends from Information to Strategy ImplementationMega Trend Matrix—Understanding Implications of Key Mega Trends on the African EconomyMacro to Micro—Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in AfricaMacro to Micro—Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in Africa (continued)Macro to Micro—Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in Africa (continued)AppendixDefinition of Mobile Ecosystem and Contribution to GDPCalculation of Mobile Economy for AfricaList of Acronyms Used in the StudyList of Acronyms Used in the Study (continued)

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