For real diversity and inclusion, these 5 global brands should expand to Africa

September 06, 2018 at 12:07 pm | Money Moves

Elizabeth Ofosuah Johnson

Elizabeth Ofosuah Johnson | Staff Writer

September 06, 2018 at 12:07 pm | Money Moves

It seems diversity and inclusion seem to be the new favourite words these days. All over social media and the business market, people are urging brands to be more diverse for a better business.

This year, Africa seems to be taking all the spotlight in various sectors. Many brands are opening up to blacks and Africa for new business opportunities.

We’ve seen many blacks make the covers of high fashion magazines, become brand ambassadors, collaborate with various international brands and also get significant appointments in different international companies; but is that all on the issue on diversity and inclusion?

The new generation of African youth has proven that they are not conforming to the usual white collar jobs and are being innovative and creative putting a new Africa in the minds of all. From photography to politics, agriculture to arts, Africans are proving that they too have a unique element.

Here are six big world brands that should open in Africa to promote diversity and inclusion.

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