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Msingi is taking a long term market system
approach to growing industries that
will generate 500,000 jobs across
East Africa by 2030

BUILDING EAST AFRICA’S
INDUSTRIES OF
THE FUTURE

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Msingi is taking a long term market system
approach to growing industries that
will generate 500,000 jobs across
East Africa by 2030

BUILDING EAST AFRICA’S
INDUSTRIES OF
THE FUTURE

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AQUA

AQUACULTURE

Msingi’s first focus industry is aquaculture. Msingi is working to support competitiveness, innovation and growth in aquaculture across East Africa.

T & A

TEXTILES & APPAREL

Msingi’s second priority industry is textiles & apparel. As East Africa becomes an increasingly more popular sourcing destination, we are working to improve industry competitiveness.

Msingi’s contributions to SDGs

INDUSTRY PRIORITISATION

Msingi’s industry prioritisation team conducts rigorous analysis to identify high potential industries in various sectors across the region.

INDUSTRY PRIORITISATION

VISION & STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT

A bespoke industry strategy is developed for each industry which guides Msingi’s activities to catalyse growth.

VISION & STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT

IMPLEMENTATION

We are proactively crowding others in to ensure that all critical roles in an industry are performed fully by permanent players once it exits.

IMPLEMENTATION

We enable transformational growth in our focus industries by building

Competitiveness

Resilience

Inclusiveness

NEWS & BLOGS

Plenty to Sustain Hope that Africa Industries of the Future will Deliver
A peek into Africa’s crystal ball shows a continent confident in its future. It has the people, large reservoirs of the world’s most prized resources and the post-digital advantage of huge amounts of knowledge from all the previous epochs. This sleeping giant’s iterations of learning, trying and failing, and achieving will be more rapid than...
January 24, 2020
Reset Global People and Pulse announce the top 100 women CEOs in Africa
Reset Global People in partnership with Pulse and Avance Media has announced the inaugural list of the Top 100 Women CEOs in Africa ahead of the African Women CEOs Summit scheduled for July 2020 in Lagos, Nigeria; a ranking which highlights and recognizes the accomplishments of women CEOs from across 24 countries across the continent....
December 20, 2019
A business icon is gone, but what he stood for lives on
Most sad to say, Tanzania has lost to the Grim Reaper one of its most illustrious pillars in entrepreneurship and the private sector in general, Ali Mufuruki, who died yesterday in Johannesburg. The holder of a BSc degree (1986) in mechanical design engineering from Reutlingen University in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Mufuruki was a prosperous businessman, founder...
December 11, 2019