COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE AND DUE DILIGENCE IN AFRICA (IEDDA)
The attractiveness of African markets has considerably increased the pressure on local decision-makers. Presidential palaces, parliaments, ministries, governorates, prefectures, town halls, employers, trade unions, brotherhoods, traditional chiefdoms, general management of companies and other circles of power, are subject to repeated attacks by amateur and professional lobbyists every day.
Objective: to influence public decision. This short, dense and certifying training aims to give the codes and methods, tools and devices, techniques and good practices in a highly competitive environment