Isabel dos Santos Plans To Continue Her Investment Strategies In Portugal

Isabel dos Santos is an Angolan entrepreneur, being at the helm of Unitel, the largest telecommunications company in Angola. She is considered to be among the most successful female business leaders in Africa, and her work led to the creation of more than 50,000 employment opportunities both in her home country as well as outside. Her investments expanded outside her country as well, which led to the creation of many holdings abroad. One particular country where she made substantial investments is Portugal, with her being part of the media, telecommunications, retail, energy industry, and financial industry.

In a recent statement made by the manager of Isabel dos Santos, Mário Leite da Silva it was revealed that the businesswoman has no exit scenarios when it comes to the investments made in Portugal. In addition, it was stated that the investments made are long-term, with the idea being to create value and qualified jobs. The statement was made by Dos Santos’ manager in the publication Business.

Isabel dos Santos’ career as an entrepreneur spans over more than 20 years, having had various management-level roles in a number of companies, from banks to retail organization to entertainment establishments. In addition, she also made efforts when it comes to the field of development, directing personal time and monetary support to a number of projects. One particular issue that she has focused on is the promotion of entrepreneurship, the goal being to encourage grassroots economic development, highlighting the efforts of African entrepreneurs and their efforts to contribute to the economy. See more Isabel Dos Santos profile on Forbes.

Being a successful businesswoman, Isabel dos Santos is part of a number of forums as well as other speaking engagements. She traveled to Brussels in order to speak before the EU Parliament and also took part in the ECR Africa Summit. She is an advocate for the importance of the development of digital infrastructure in Africa, an issue she brought up during the ECR Africa Summit. She believes that one way to improve the wellbeing of Africa is to set up opportunities which would allow people to use the internet in order to compete within the international economy. Read more: