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Job of the Day – Assistant CEO, Rwanda

Company Brief: Our esteemed client is the largest manufacturer of steel products in Central Africa. This is one of the fastest growing companies in the DRC. The work environment is one which promotes self development & offering fantastic growth opportunities.


Designation: Assistant CEO


Location: Rwanda


Brief job profile: Execution of strategies in order to achieve business goals

Monitor & accountable for all the locations for accelerating growth

Assist MD in conceiving and executing restructuring of processes, systems,  organization and resource optimization

Ensuring seamless communication


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Rwanda: A promising destination for business and careers in Africa.

AllAfrica reports that, as per a survey by the World Economic Forum (WEF), In Sub-Saharan Africa, Rwanda emerged 3rd behind Mauritius and South Africa.

In the recent past, the country has embarked on an ambitious drive and has made reforms to promote business and attract investors. Rwanda is now placed 4th in Africa in the World Bank’s doing business rankings.

The government has also invested in infrastructure, technology and energy to further boost business. The leadership has been working relentlessly to improve competitiveness, ease of doing business and by looking at the revenues from Foreign Direct Investments, as well as the growth of the private sector, the efforts are paying off.

EAC business environment could match Japan’s

Daily Nation reports that, East Africa could match Japan’s business regulatory environment if the regional block implements the East African regulations and procedures as per a World Bank and IFC report .

The report, Doing Business in the East African Community 2011, is based on the Doing Business study and takes a detailed look at business regulations in East African countries.

If each East African country was to adopt the region’s best practice for each Doing Business indicator, East African Economy would rank 18, bringing the community closer to the global top performers.

Economic development would surely increase jobs in the East Africa region.

In the past five years, all East African Community economies made it easier to do business. Kenya has some of the most business-friendly regulations for dealing with construction permits. Ugandan courts resolve insolvency relatively efficiently. Rwanda is among the fastest places to start a business.