Since its inception in 2012, the AFRICA CEO FORUM has established itself as the foremost event devoted to promoting the African private sector.
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The creators and publishers of Arabian Aerospace and African Aerospace magazines have for the first time brought their two strategically important markets together in one exciting new event!
INDUTEC is a synergistic mix of 12 events targeting manufacturing, engineering, water, petrochemical, plastics, and energy sectors.
Africa’s telecommunications sector is booming!
SAITEX is Africa’s largest ‘business opportunities’ showcase.
Africa’s Big Seven is co-located with SAITEX – The Southern African International Trade Exhibition for non-food retail ready products. The combined events attract close to 1,000 exhibitors and 15,000 visitors from 44 countries. It is without doubt the leading clearing house for food & beverage exports from and imports into Africa.
An Internal Rate of Return (IRR) app has been launched for use by professionals in African private equity, which instantly calculates financial indicators that are the foundation of the industry.
As a showcase for new and exciting foods, beverages and equipment from around the world, Africa’s Big Seven (AB7) is the biggest and most spectacular exhibition on the continent.
With six weeks still to go until Africa’s biggest business opportunities expo opens, visitors from 30 nations have already registered online to attend this world-renowned event.
The Pan African Housing Fund adds quality middle income residential apartments to the Nairobi market.
A blend of private equity and development finance aligns returns with food security and job creation.
Italy’s largest online publisher of trade magazines, provides a fantastic incentive for all expo participants.
[Press Office] American comedian and actor Milton Berle once said: “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”
Africa’s youngest entrepreneurs have until April 1 to apply for the continent’s premier youth entrepreneurship award.
USB Executive Development CEO Frik Landman sees the PMR.africa Diamond Award, which the executive training company of USB has just received, as motivation to continue on its journey as a foremost provider of executive education.