INFRASTRUCTURE AFRICA GOES VIRTUAL

16 – 17 August 2023 – Virtual Conference & Exhibition

Welcome to the summit where infrastructure connects people, places and opportunities

The 2023 edition of Infrastructure Africa will be hosted as a virtual conference to keep sharing information relating to the business opportunity around infrastructure development in Africa. The virtual event will be hosted on 16 – 17 August 2023.  Infrastructure Africa will connect industry stakeholders, foster dialogue, provide leading-edge information, promote investment and expansion, as well as facilitate business development around Africa’s growth and infrastructure needs.

Connect with infrastructure professionals at Infrastructure Africa, gain access to leading-edge innovation and knowledge, access infrastructure project opportunities and grow your business. Join the infrastructure industry meeting, from the comfort of your office or home.

  • Learn from the speakers in the conference about the latest trends, project opportunities, how to finance projects, and more
  • Engage with a cross-section of the infrastructure business community
  • Understand the African Market: Hear from the experts about business opportunities in specific African countries
  • Connect with new business partners, DFIs, service providers, banks, and project developers
  • Focus on 5 key industry sectors and explore growth potential within these sectors, as well as unpacking challenges and obstacles and finding the solutions for growth in each sector

BECOME AN EVENT PARTNER TO INFRASTRUCTURE AFRICA

Why should you become an Event Partner?
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BE SEEN AS A THOUGHT LEADER

Position your company as a leading authority in the field of infrastructure development in Africa and the ‘go to’ company to engage with.
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LEAD GENERATION

Hosting the event virtually provides the opportunity to receive data analytics relating to your participation for your specific session.
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CONNECT AND DO BUSINESS

Connect your company with the Africa’s most important stakeholders, explore new business opportunities and forge new business relationships using the live video conferences platforms and chat options.
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BRAND AWARENESS

Create brand awareness through your partnership of the event and showcase your brand in front of an African audience of infrastructure professionals.
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PROFILE YOUR CEO

Becoming an event partner creates a perfect opportunity to profile your CEO as a Thought Leader and an Expert to the audience of attendees.
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STAY CURRENT IN A GLOBAL MARKET

Given the impact of COVID-19, we are providing an opportunity for professionals to network and access expert knowledge relating to infrastructure development opportunities in Africa. Our participants can engage from anywhere in the world.

The African giant is stirring...

You can hear it in the roar of the roads connecting cities; in the rumble of trains linking businesses across our continent.  It’s there in the hum of power stations lighting up countries, and in the technology, which makes tomorrow happen today.  And yes, it is in the sound of a drop of water bringing hope and health to a remote village.  This is the sound of infrastructure.  It is the ring of prosperity, and the promise of opportunity.

ABOUT THE INFRASTRUCTURE AFRICA BUSINESS FORUM

The Infrastructure Africa Business Forum will bring together business to explore new trading opportunities, establish new business networks, develop and form partnerships and plan a way forward to address some of the continent’s requirements. The 8th annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum will present stakeholders with an opportunity to unpack the enormous growth potential in addressing Africa’s infrastructure needs. Africa, with a population exceeding 1 billion people is well placed as an emerging market, keen for investment and growth.

The story of Africa’s development is improving. Six of the world’s fastest growing economies are in Africa! Democratic governance has been strengthened over the past five decades, enabling a platform for stable growth and prosperity in most parts of the continent. However, to build the infrastructure the continent needs to support growth and meet development goals; Africa will have to spend about $93 billion a year for a decade. Two-thirds of that sum would be for investments; the remaining third for maintenance. Africa already spends $45 billion a year on infrastructure, two-thirds of which is domestically financed from taxes and user charges. Most financing for capital investment is obtained from external sources according to the African Development Bank Group.

Who attended Infrastructure Africa 2021?

1,500 Registered Attendees from 60+ Countries across the World!

For event enquiries, please contact:

Phone: +27 11 463-9184

Sectors attending