Conferences

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November 2017
22-24 (Wed-Fri) Africa PPP: 9th Africa Public Private Partnership conference and showcase , Cape Sun Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa. The first day 22 November is training and the conference is 23 and 24 November. Africa’s longest-running public-private partnership event. Agenda includes standardizing frameworks, best practice international case studies, multiple streams covering different specialist areas. New in 2017 – extended 1-on-1 meeting time; industry include: hotels & tourism, agriculture & food, manufacturing & industrialization, offices & government precincts; dedicated sector specific breakaway sessions. More African PPP project overviews and investable opportunities. The first day is a CPD-certified masterclass training including managing contracts such as politics, allocating risks, performance management and contract management and work exercises. For more go to conference website.

December 2017
4 (Mon) NeMa Africa: Network Management Conference, organized by the Informa plc at Hilton London Tower Bridge Hotel,London, UK. This is the link for information.

4-6 (Mon-Wed): SuperReturn Africa: Will be held at the Westin Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. Focused on African entrepreneurship and Venture Capital, designed for great networking – both formal and informal. For more information.

March 2018
14-16 (Wed-Fri) Pension Funds and Alternative Investments Africa: 2nd edition pf PI Africa conference, in Balaclava, Mauritius. The leading conference annually for Africa’s pension industry. For more details see the PI Africa website. The first day will be a CPD-certified training.

May 2018
2-4 (Wed-Fri) Global investors gather in London for African Financial Services Investment Conference (AFSIC), held at Park Plaza Riverbank hotel. Two rooms of presentations from the best of African banks, insurance, microfinance, leasing, stockbrokers and financial services companies together with top panels. Speakers include World Bank, private equity, multilaterals and development finance institutions, top international and African bankers. For more, see website www.afsic.net.