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Building on the success of these previous editions, the largest annual gathering of the private sector in Africa is now preparing for its return to Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire. This year, nearly 2 000 people are expected at the Africa CEO Forum’s annual summit.
Scheduled for Monday, 5 and Tuesday, 6 June this year, the continent’s economic players, heads of state and ministers will convene to discuss Africa’s economic future and investment opportunities.
Founded in 2012, the Africa CEO Forum is billed as the reference platform for the leaders of the largest African and international companies, international investors, managers of multinationals, heads of state, ministers and representatives of the main financial institutions active on the continent.
As the annual gathering filled with high-level meetings, sharing experiences and deciphering the trends affecting the business world, the summit vows to offer concrete and innovative solutions to help businesses move forward .
Through its initiatives, the Africa CEO Forum is this year also increasing the representation of women in decision-making positions on the continent and supporting the transformation of African family businesses.
The event is organised in partnership with the International Finance Corporation (IFC, a member of the World Bank Group. Click here for more information or online registration.