Asoko and Center for International Private Enterprise Launch Ethics 1st

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Wednesday, September 01, 2021 / 12:28 PM / by Asoko Insight / Header Image Credit: Asoko Insight 

                                                                                                                                                                                    

Asoko Insight and The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) are proud to announce the launch of Ethics 1st, an innovative digital solution to meet the compliance needs of Africa's small and growing businesses and reduce the transparency barrier to trade and investment in Africa.

 

The high cost of compliance has dampened growth opportunities for many small and growing businesses (SGBs) in Africa, limiting their integration into regional and global supply chains with compliance-related entry barriers. At the same time, multinationals, financiers and other potential partners find it challenging to identify accountable companies with a low-risk profile to do business with on the continent.

 

This innovative digital solution creates a competitive advantage for SGBs in Africa that prioritize integrity and excellence in their operations, offering them an accessible route to strengthen their business management capacity and boost their global reputation and brand. By building trust for businesses in Africa, Ethics 1st presents new opportunities for business and economic growth for the region.


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