How we made it in Africa
How we made it in Africa, established in April 2010, is an award-winning pan-African business publication.
Maritz Africa Intelligence
A producer of research reports and white papers focusing on market trends, opportunities and strategies.
Working with clients to produce bespoke media platforms and publications.
Maritz Africa started life in 2010 as the publisher of the award-winning pan-African business publication How we made it in Africa. The company has since expanded into the production of strategic business intelligence reports and content marketing.
Our clients include some of the biggest companies operating on the continent today, including: DHL, Standard Bank, Barclays Africa, Siemens, EY, KPMG, University of Stellenbosch Business School, Stanbic Bank Ghana, PwC, Vodacom Tanzania, Bowman Gilfillan, UCT GSB, The Anzisha Prize, Liberty Properties and Phatisa, to name a few.
Maritz Publishing CC (Trading as Maritz Africa). Company registration: 1986/016729/23 Directors: JE Maritz; EA Maritz
Jaco Maritz, founder of Maritz Africa and publisher of How we made it in Africa, will participate in the panel for Djembe Communication’s webinar, which focuses on women entrepreneurs for 2016.
Maritz Africa Intelligence has contributed to the production of the recently published Anzisha Youth Entrepreneurship Survey 2016.
Jaco Maritz, founder of Maritz Africa and publisher of How we made it in Africa, recently provided the publication WALLS & ROOFS with insight around opportunities in the African continent.
Maritz Africa, publisher of How we made it in Africa, is seeking a business editor/journalist to work on a once-off 30-day project.
How we made it in Africa’s journalist Kate Douglas takes a closer look at the UAE’s interest in Africa.
Africa Bottom Line: Whether Africa’s glass is half full or half empty, real businesses are being built
How we made it in Africa publisher Jaco Maritz reflects on a recent visit to Kenya.
Jaco Maritz, founder of Maritz Africa and publisher of How we made it in Africa, will be speaking at the upcoming Architecture + Interior Design Africa conference.
Our Nairobi-based journalist shares her experiences from US President Barack Obama’s visit to Kenya last week.
“Sometimes when your perception of something changes dramatically, it’s hard to remember why your original perception existed in the first place.”
This month our journalist Kate Douglas writes about a recent visit to Zambia’s capital Lusaka.