Preparing a pipeline of bankable sustainable infrastructure projects is vital to closing the infrastructure gap and creating jobs on the continent.
Women are catalysts for meaningful change on the African continent and it is evident that women and women leaders will be critical in leading our continent into a new future. As such, creating opportunities that promote African women’s economic participation is a prerequisite if Africa is to experience its predicted growth within the next few decades.
Panel discussion: Unlocking Africa’s Industrial Corridors and the role of State Owned Companies / Enterprises
Urban corridors, mega urban regions and city regions are emerging across Africa, including across national borders and they are playing an important role in establishing large and regular trade flows which in turn create business and employment opportunities. Join us for this panel discussion.
Learn more about the topics and speakers for Panel 2 – Africa Agenda 2063: In conversation with Infrastructure CEOs – the leadership view of the African Infrastructure Business Opportunity
The evolution of infrastructure and the underlying drivers will be highlighted at the Infrastructure Africa 2018 conference. African countries Namibia, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Sierra Leone will feature a host of infrastructure project development opportunities at the event, with a desire to grow the private sector participation in their respective projects.
WHO ATTENDS INFRASTRUCTURE AFRICA? Connect with fellow CEOs, African Ministers and business leaders to meet potential customers, partners and financiers.
Join us at this year’s Infrastructure Africa for unrivalled opportunities in networking, learning, and discovery. SIX REASONS ATTEND:
Ministerial representatives, infrastructure CEOs and movers and shakers of Africa’s business and economic arena to showcase their solutions for spearheading infrastructural advancement in the region.