African AgriBusiness Journal is a source of insightful information on agriculture, markets and developments in Africa. The triannual publication offers the unique opportunity for you to utilise the most effective mechanism for delivering your message to your target audience in Africa.
Whether you want to increase brand awareness, deliver a complex message or launch a new product, African AgriBusiness Journal provides a creative medium to communicate effectively with your audience in Africa.
Print and Electronic Magazine
With a print run of 16, 350 copies per issue, the African AgriBusiness Journal published triannually is distributed to small scale farmers and key decision makers within the agriculture sector in both hard copy and electronic version, reaching the heart of Africa’s agricultural market.
With over 19 372 web visits each week, 77 540 web visits each month and just over 900 000 web visits a year, all African AgriBusiness Journal advertisers are guaranteed comprehensive business exposure in Africa and other parts of the world.
Online News Portal
Read the latest news in the agricultural sector within Africa by visiting: www.africanagribusiness.com. Our biweekly newsletter is flighted twice a week (Tuesdays’ and Fridays’), and is sent out to a growing database of over 65 500 subscribers, so our readers never miss a story that impacts their business.
With more than 60% of its 1.166 billion people living in rural areas, Africa’s economy is inherently dependent on agriculture. More than 32% of the continent’s gross domestic product comes from the sector.
Are you looking to market your agricultural product or do you wish to advertise product or service and reach your target audience in Africa? African AgriBusiness Journal will help you reach thousands/ millions of these high-earning prospects—easily, directly and economically. It’s called targeted, direct distribution, and it’s the best way to ensure that your marketing message is reaching its intended audience. African AgriBusiness Journal reaches the heart of Africa, and takes your message to key people – people with buying and decision-making power.