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Become our distributor
TAP-TAP by Fabco started exporting to the Caribbean in 1991 and has been exporting to Africa for more than 20 years, therefore we have extensive experience of doing business in these markets. Not only when it comes to supplying food and non-food products but also how best to market products, build solid sales channels and establish effective customer networks of wholesalers and distributors.
TAP-TAP by Fabco is always open for entering into new value-creating business with importers and distributors. Using our private label “TAP-TAP” makes it easier and faster for you to create a successful business – and at the same time lower your marketing costs.
If you would like to become an importer/distributor of our products and join the growth adventure in emerging markets, you are welcome to contact us.
Why do business in Africa?
The development in Africa is characterised by economic growth, urbanization and changing consumer behaviour which create great business opportunities. According to the African Development Bank, consumption spending per capita already matches that of China and India and is expected to increase. The market for consumer goods in general is expected to rise considerably. This includes food and non-food products.
In Africa, where TAP-TAP is widely represented, the opportunities for sequential rollout of products in the whole region are especially good. One of the main reasons being that the market conditions in the various countries are very similar.
Why do business in the Caribbean?
The Caribbean has great economic potential and growth opportunities. However, it remains vulnerable to climate change and natural disasters. With its stunning scenery and vibrant cultures drawing visitors from across the globe, it is one of the world’s top tourist destinations.
The Caribbean has an educated, multilingual workforce and sophisticated financial systems. The region has big potential to further develop its services, logistics, agriculture, creative and digital sectors.
While the small size of these countries can prove challenging, it also means they can respond quickly to opportunities for innovation and to improve their competitiveness.