Past April, Raphael Nagel and a delegation of Tactical Management visited the Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe to study the development of new projects.

During the visit, they had the opportunity to meet with successful entrepreneurs and other important representatives of the Islands such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Communities, HE Elsa Maria Neto d’Alva Teixeira de Barros Pinto.

With a population of 201,800 (2018 official estimate) São Tomé and Príncipe is the second-smallest African sovereign state after Seychelles, as well as the smallest Portuguese-speaking country. The legacy of Portuguese rule is also visible in the country’s culture, customs, and music, which fuse European and African influences.