EnergyNet partnership with African Business

EnergyNet partners with African Business to produce the Africa Energy Yearbook

EnergyNet has partnered with African Business to publish this year’s Africa Energy Yearbook - the official publication of the annual Africa Energy Forum 2018 (AEF).

Read the press release

In addition, this June African Business & EnergyNet will produce an exclusive 48pp energy sector report to be distributed to 300,000 readers at lounges and newsstands in 75 countries. The report will feature a number of CEO interviews, thought leadership pieces and in-depth analysed on a number of energy-related issues that are shaping the African continent. 

As the biggest-selling English language business magazine in Africa, African Business sells over 25,000 copies every month to the most influential demographic on the continent, including Presidents; Ministers; CEOs; Thought-Leaders, Academics & NGOs and Senior Decision-Makers from across a wide spectrum of businesses.

Advertisers will benefit from the global circulation of the report in addition to the 2,000 Africa Energy Forum attendees receiving a copy of the Yearbook in Mauritius this June. 

For more information about advertising in the Yearbook and Energy Sector Report, please contact Pedro Besugo or call +44 (0) 20 7841 3232

More About the Africa Energy Yearbook
The Africa Energy Yearbook 2018/19 is the official publication of the annual Africa Energy Forum 2018 (AEF). The 9th edition will pay tribute to the 20th anniversary of the Forum, celebrating 20 years of projects, deals & partnerships in Mauritius this June. This anniversary edition will feature a collection of 500-word ‘reflections’ pieces from individuals & companies we feel have made an outstanding contribution to the sector and supported AEF’s journey.

Circulation & Distribution
TOTAL READERSHIP: > 6 000 (estimate) – includes print and electronic copies

Readership summary
• Government ministers and officials, including regulators
• African utilities
• International energy companies
• Bilateral and multilateral development agencies and finance institutions
• Corporations
• Environmental organizations
• Non-government organizations
• Commercial banks
• Financial service and legal advisers

More about African Business
African Business is the undisputed market leader and best-selling monthly pan-African business magazine considered essential reading for anyone with an interest in the continent’s economy and its development.
 
As the biggest-selling English language business magazine in Africa, African Business sells over 25,000 copies every month to the most influential demographic on the continent, including Presidents; Ministers; CEOs; Thought-Leaders, Academics & NGOs and Senior Decision-Makers from across a wide spectrum of businesses.