LE JOURNAL DES ARCHIPELS aims to give a new vision of the regional economy: circular within the countries concerned and between neighboring countries.
As is already the case with the current economic press, LE JOURNAL DES ARCHIPELS will be able to support the B to B flows of companies and institutions in the southwestern region of the Indian Ocean and its area of influence
Its database, or DATA consisting of the front office information network on the site, and a large back office network, will produce all the business intelligence information and online work tools.
Circular economy – Sustainable development – Regional geopolitics
The editorial line will not necessarily go in the direction of the ecology in vogue today.
You have to know how to stay within journalistic facts, scientific realities and the debate of ideas and especially not to fall into the trap of blind ecology which can distort ideas; or even produce even more perverse effects than those that this politically correct ecology is supposed to fight.
Mauritius – Reunion – Madagascar – Le Canal (Comorian archipelago – scattered islands – Seychelles – East Africa).
Entrepreneurs – Development directors – Strategy and development consultants – NGOs – New bankers: crowdfunders and business angels – Diplomats and politicians – Civil servants – Students – Opinion leaders and influencers among local populations …
East African: André Gakawa
Madagascar : Tsirisoa Rakotondravoavy & Liva Rakotondrasata
Reunion : Archipels Solution Ltd