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Small-Medium Enterprises are strategic drivers to most African economies and the livelihoods of many. However, more needs to be done to support these cornerstones of growth across the continent.

Unpacking some of the challenges experienced by SMEs such as access to funding for SMEs, the impact of AfCFTA (Africa Continental Free Trade Area agreement) in driving intra Africa trade volumes and how we can best capture the opportunity and various solutions to address the funding gap. Connect with us and leverage our deep expertise as a Pan-African bank, to enable your business to grow exponentially across the continent.

John Molanda, Head of Transactional Banking Sales at Absa CIB, explores how Absa has been working towards closing the trade finance gap for SMEs.

Regional Head of Transactional Banking Sales for Absa CIB, Sejeng Motlhako, explains the advantages of investing in African SMEs and the opportunities they present.

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