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Meet 22 women entrepreneurs redefining African luxury

Over the past decade, China with its growing new consumer class has represented an exciting and vast new marketing opportunity for luxury products. Leading global luxury brands have certainly capitalized on the opportunity, but make no mistake, they are already looking for the next China - and Africa is firmly on their radar!

According to a new report by leading global strategy and management consulting firm, A.T.Kearney, sub-Saharan Africa will be the fastest growing, biggest luxury retail story by 2040. This is good news for the continent's home grown Afroluxe women entrepreneurs, producers and retailers who are already captivating the world with their unique and innovative products and designs.

Africa’s women entrepreneurs and luxury brand builders are turning their attention to the growing global appetite for luxury products that also have a strong back-story. They are making a real impact, through their businesses, their innovation, their products, services and craftsmanship, and their passion for what they do. These women are putting Africa on the global map with their exquisitely made and proudly Afroluxe products that are winning legions of new fans. Learn more

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