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Africa's inside circle

The African Economic Expansion Summit promotes African development under the dual principle of African ownership and international partnership. The summit has an important role to play in mobilising key stakeholders from the African Diaspora behind an African growth and reinvestment strategy, which is aligned with the continent’s vision.

Participants, whether delegates or sponsors, stand to gain access to Africa’s inside circle of decision makers and influencers as well as access to economic advisors and attachés from throughout the continent.

Further benefits:

  • Secure exclusive one-on-one and interactive sessions with your audience/s.
  • Initiate and build quality relations with business governments and investors.
  • Assess new business opportunities with a tangible way forward as the outcome.
  • Access country-by-country information about the African business climate.
  • Gain access to local banks, law firms, development agencies and other financial services companies.
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Why participate in the African Economic Expansion Summit?

“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.”


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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on six project streams

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Africa's economic

expansion network

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