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This resource allows the user to search for companies or contacts in namibia by industry. Additionally the full Namibian Trade Directory may be viewed and searched as an ezine. The Full Entries section contains detailed information about many of the companies, including mission statements, contact information and a link to the company's website.
The Namibia Economist offers a wide range of information aimed at business persons living or interested in Namibia. Includes weekly economic and business news headlines, demographic data and a few links to other information on Namibia.
Regulatory Agency Sites
The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) regulates the telecommunications, broadcasting, and postal sectors of Namibia. CRAN promotes competition among industries, while also protecting the interests of consumers by providing easy, cheap, quality access to communications. CRAN also acts as a mediator for complaints.
The Namibia Business Drive (NBD) is an organization designed to provide a networking platform between business owners in Namibia. The NBD host events to benefit economical growth in Namibia and marketing opportunities for business owners. Events and press releases regarding the NBD organization can be found on this site.
The Namibia Logistics Association (NLA) is a non-profit organization designed to represent the Namibian logistics industry and serve as a means for communicating shared concerns of its members. The NLA organization also promotes integration and collaboration of the Namibian logistics industry as well as enhancing industry performance. Events conducted by NLA can be found on this site.
This section of Culture Crossing includes basic cultural practices in Namibia for greetings, personal space, gestures, eye contact, etc. It also includes general business etiquette in the country related to meetings, dress, negotiations, gift giving, etc.
The Namibia Business Innovation Centre (NBIC) is an organization established by the Polytechnic of Namibia in order to promote innovation and business development in Namibia. The NBIC website provides information on innovation programs for entrepreneurs and assists them in finding partners to generate business ideas. The site also has sections dedicated to research and development programs as well as business education programs.