African Economic
Expansion Network

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African Economic Expansion Network (AEEN)

Taking engagement between project owners and potential investors one step further, the African Economic Expansion Network has been established. The Network will facilitate ongoing business interactions, foster business linkages and create long-term partnerships.

The African Economic Expansion Network will present infrastructure players with a year round catalyst through which to ensure that projects gain traction, and through the appropriate partnerships, succeed. Participants and delegates of the African Economic Expansion Summit automatically become members of the network, and stand to gain from:

  • Engagement with executives and decision makers from both the private and public sectors.
  • Best practice knowledge sharing with regard to Joint-Ventures (JVs) and Public Private Partnerships (PPPs).
  • African focused business networking which is focused on access to deal flow.
  • Agriculture (Primary Production, Processing, Market Distribution).
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Collectively moving the development pipeline forward

“The Annual African Economic Expansion Summit has the ability to unite generations of today’s top African and International entrepreneurs, investors, legends and leadership from government and business can reposition Africa’s growth path.”


Project meet capital

Extending investment beyond talk

The annual AEES will promote African projects, businesses and commercial opportunities to a broad range of investors including hedge funds.

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Africa's inside circle

Why participate in the AEES?

The African Economic Expansion Summit promotes African development under the dual principle of African ownership and international partnership.

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Capital project criteria

Greenfield and brownfield projects

Investment ready infrastructure capital projects will be showcased at the summit and featured on African Economic Expansion Network.

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Africa’s growth story

A continent more than ready for sustainable deal flow. The emerging growth story of Africa, home to 1.1 billion people, is at a turning point.

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