Calling all African Businesses – Large and Small – to Africa’s Portal To Doing Business with the USA

Be part of an extraordinary opportunity for SMEs across Africa to to participate virtually with the senior ranks of U.S. agencies that support African businesses through trade, investment and technical assistance, as well as U.S. ambassadors to several key countries who will provide guidance on how businesses can engage with their embassies. Register Here

The summit is a 1 Day event featuring 4 Panels and 19 Leaders from the U.S. and across Africa

For decades, The United States Government has funded a number of agencies and platforms to support African companies to do business with both the U.S. Government itself, and with the U.S. private sector. This is a unique opportunity for African business leaders to hear from these resources together, at one time, in one place, and to hear from other African business leaders themselves who have engaged with the United States

The Summit kicks off with keynote remarks by the highest-ranking U.S. government official responsible for relations with Africa, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, The Honorable Tibor Nagy. Then, the Chairman of the U.S. President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa (President and CEO of GE Africa) Farid Fezoua, will deliver keynote remarks from the private sector perspective. Yvonne Ike, Managing Director and Head of Sub-Saharan Africa for Bank of America, will deliver keynote remarks from the perspective of a leading U.S. financial institution. Register Here

A panel discussion featuring the Chief Operating Officer of Prosper Africa, a new U.S. government initiative that brings together the resources of over 17 U.S. Government agencies to connect U.S. and African businesses with new buyers, suppliers, and investment opportunities. Joining this panel are the ‘Africa heads’ of some of the key U.S. Government agencies that do business with Africa, including the International Development Finance Corporation (formerly OPIC); The Export/Import Bank; USAID; and the U.S. Africa Development Foundation

The third portion of the summit is a panel of very senior African business leaders who have done business with the U.S., who will provide their perspectives on their experiences and guidance to those who seek to follow in their footsteps

The fourth portion of the summit is a panel of U.S. Ambassadors to several key African countries who will speak about the resources available specifically in their markets to support African businesses

For decades, The United States Government has funded a number of agencies and platforms to support African companies to do business with both the U.S. government itself and with the U.S. private sector. We are pleased to bring these resources together, at one time, in one place, for African business leaders

We look forward to welcoming you on Wednesday, October 14 Register Here

By Africa.Com

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