The 5th edition of the Africa Business Forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia will be held for the Second time in Ethiopia on the 1st of March 2017 in the 5 star Sheraton Hotel, under the Patronage of Sheikh Mohammed Al Amoudi, one of the largest investors in Africa, Forbes ranked billionaire and Ethiopia’s biggest employer. Prior to the conference, the AfricaBusinessForum(dot)com (www.AfricaBusinessForum.com) B2B Investment Meeting will be held on the 25th January 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Center Tower, to welcome potential investors to Africa.
Since its creation in 2014, The Africa Business Forum has become one of the most important bi-annual gatherings in Africa and the Middle East. Africa Business Forum presents an invaluable opportunity for investors to connect with clients from across industries and from around the world. An opportunity to maximize market share by building connections with African customers and partners. The conference will host distinguished panelists and speakers, including ambassadors, high government officials, business leaders, investors and CEOs. Keynote speakers and conference panelists include:
- Fitsum Arega – Director General of the Ethiopian Investment Commission – Ethiopia Government.
- Belachew Fikre, PhD – Deputy Commissioner – Ethiopian Investment Commission – Ethiopia Government.
- Yohannes Tilahun – Former CEO to General Electric (Ethiopia) and Adviser to the commissioner at Ethiopian Investment Commission.
- Zemedeneh Negatu Country Managing Partner for EY (Ernest & Young) Ethiopia, and among “The Top 15 CEOs of Africa to watch in 2015ˮ by the London-based African Business magazine.
- Johnny Muteba – CEO, Pan African Chamber of Commerce.
- Craig Bridgman – Former Global Head of Investment Banking for Clarkson Capital Markets, currently Executive Chairman of East Africa Oil Field Services and Founder of Adamantine Energy and who sits on a number of advisory boards.
- Seyoum Bereded – CEO Consopia Consulting Services and President of the ICT Association of Ethiopia.
- And many others, check AfricaBusinessForum(dot)com for details.
“We are very excited about the level of enthusiasm we have received from speakers, sponsors and attendees for this unique conference,” said Rashed Ahmed, founder and Chairman of Africa Business Forum. “We look forward to bringing together the many business leaders and offering international companies considerable opportunities to enter and become successful in one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The 5th Africa Business Forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is an incredible convening center for global stakeholders and an opportunity to share perspectives on the issues facing global business and beyond.” said Rashed Ahmed.
The panel topics at the 5th Africa Business Forum represent the areas of Finance & Capital Investment, ICT, Agriculture & Mining, Power & Energy, Consumer Goods & General Trade, Logistics & Aviation, Infrastructure, Tourism, Hospitality & Real Estate, Manufacturing and all related industries.
Please go to the AfricaBusinessForum(dot)com website (www.AfricaBusinessForum.com) and view the program from the main menu.
Please address your queries and information requests to: [email protected] or call +97145147386 (Dubai), +251935402526 (Addis Ababa) or +442081440159 (London) for more information.
Distributed by APO on behalf of AfricaBusinessForum.com.
Ms. Ahlam Khelifa
AfricaBusinessForum(dot)com (www.AfricaBusinessForum.com) and sister website AfricaGlobalTrade(dot)com were founded in 2014. An African led organization, by Africans promoting Africa. Our aim is to strengthen ties between the business world and one of the world’s most dynamic and fastest-growing regions. Creating partnerships that will promote trade, accelerate job growth, and encourage investment. Africa Business Forum is home to a global community of 10,000+ professionals, 20,000+ international companies, 60,000+ social media followers and 10 million website visitors. With 3 offices: London, Dubai and Addis Ababa. Representative partners in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Somalia, Angola, South Africa and Nigeria.