WoodBiz Africa is the pioneering digital trade journal for the wood-based sector in Africa. It provides in-depth news about the people, communities, services, suppliers, ideas, technologies, research, development, and innovations that add value to sustainably-managed forests.
It is brought to you by Fevertree Media, the established and reputable leading provider of digital brand-building marketing opportunities for Africa’s forestry, sawmilling, and wood-based products industries. Our search engine optimisation will ensure that the magazine and your expertly laid out content will be easily searchable, located online and downloadable.
The Mission of the unique partnership between Fevertree Media and WoodBiz Africa is to continue to be the leading sector-based media platform in Africa. We specialise in promoting all businesses across the forestry sector value chains through our targeted, lead-generating digital monthly magazine and newsletters, websites and social media offerings.
People in board rooms, on the shop floor, & in-field.
Industry institutions, associations, government initiatives, & thought leaders.
International & local market trends & events.
Education & skills development providers, courses & opportunities.
Africa’s forest-based value chains include all aspects of silviculture, tree protection, precision forestry, preventing and fighting wildfires, education and training, timber transport, log yards, sawmilling and kiln drying, biomass, risk management, engineered wood-based products, wood processing, construction and treated timber, poles, product design, shopfitting, kitchens, furniture manufacturing, corporate social responsibility, transformation, and Industry 4.0.
Fevertree Media and WoodBiz Africa’s Vision is to create opportunities where small, medium and large businesses in the forestry and wood products value chains can connect and do business with each other and their customers.
We want to be the primary go-to resource of information to stimulate the sector’s growth, development, and sustainability in Africa while focusing on its people, profit and stewardship of the planet.