Market Publishers Ltd and In On Africa Group (Pty) Ltd Sign Partnership Agreement
18 Sep 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd and In On Africa (IOA) signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on the Internet. MarketPublishers.com is now authorised to distribute and sell research reports elaborated by IOA.
“We are honoured to have partnered with a new publisher – In On Africa (IOA). Founded in South Africa in 2007, the company is focused solely on expert research, analysis and competitive intelligence into over 30 African nations across all industry verticals and interest areas. Its team of over 300 skilled analysts, academics, researchers, sociologists, strategists, editors and statisticians, coupled with their extensive knowledge on and experience in Africa-related research and analysis, make IOA leaders in their research domain. The company’s research solutions are poised to enable clients to make informed and well-weighed decisions in and on Africa, through top-level insights into the continent’s economic, business, social and political development,” commented Natalie Aster, Assistant Manager at Partners Department.
New market studies by IOA:
Africa Conflict Monitor (ACM). The report provides an in-depth, unbiased analysis of the complexities behind the headlines. ACM was invented in answer to perfunctory “parachute journalism” of Africa’s crises, and investigates issues with insiders’ on-the-ground intelligence and seasoned perspectives. ACM provides decision-makers the facts and insight that they require alongside an on-going description of conflicts occurring in Africa and all areas that are impacted by such conflicts. ACM analysts demonstrate that they are not knocked senseless by gunfire and the shouts of career politicians that accompany political upheavals and labour unrest, armed warfare, etc. …
Africa Country Benchmark Report (ACBR). The report evaluates Africa’s performance from a holistic, insight-driven and statistics perspective. Its key objective is a valuable source of information for any company, organisation, government, or institution that are interested in the continent. The study provides a scoring, ranking and analysis of each of Africa’s 54 nations holistically, and also across manifold business, political, economic, and social factors. The research gives granular country-specific analyses, along with shrewd regional, continental and comparative analyses, and includes sections dealing with each of the 4 overarching areas of exploration …
More details on the publisher and its reports can be found at IOA page.