The Citizens and Diaspora Directorate (CIDO) of the African Union Commission invites African and Diaspora entrepreneurs to participate in the Scaling Up Your Business Bootcamp to be held from April 27th – 29th in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The Africa National Chamber of Commerce seeks to establish a venue for global business, trade and commerce for Africa and her Diaspora.

Pan-African Council Ambassador Norbert Haguma contributes to the African Continental Free Trade Area (#AfCFTA) discussions and recommendations at the African Union in Dakar, Senegal

Pan-African Council Ambassadors attend the 2018 Presidential South African Investment Conference (@sainvestmentco) to explore investment opportunities in the manufacturing and tourism sectors in South Africa. The gathering brought together South African and international delegates to explore the many investment opportunities in one of Africa’s most diverse and advanced economies as it enters a new era of inclusive and sustainable growth.

The Pan-African Council is honored to co-sponsor #EcoHack2018 in Kigali, Rwanda organized by AfricaGen the premiere green economy hackathon on the African continent focused on youth and sustainability. Follow our initiative on social media (@africagen) for additional information.

Pan-African Council Ambassador, Mr. Didi Kpelly, was invited as a speaker to the 2017 Desautels African Business Initiative (DABI) conference to be held in Montreal, Quebec on January 27th and 28th, 2017.

Every year, DABI (www.dabi.ca) gathers business leaders, top scholars, and promising young talent for a unique conference that focuses on the development of the African business landscape.

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This year’s National Black MBA Association National Conference will take place in Atlanta, Georgia on September 16-20, 2014.

Just as an artist designs across a canvas, leaders thrive with inspiration, innovation and collaboration. Join NBMBAA® and the nation’s best minds as, collectively, we explore global galleries of leadership and advancement at the 36th Annual Conference & Exposition in Atlanta, GA, September 16-20, 2014.

For additional information visit: www.nbmbaaconference.org

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About the Summit
The first ever Canada-Africa Business Summit will be taking place September 15th-18th, 2014, in Toronto. As the leading Canada-Africa membership organization, CCAfrica is an essential resource for Canadian companies doing business on the African continent. CCAfrica’s conferences have been regarded as essential networking events.

“After 12 successful years of organizing leading Canada-Africa business activities in Toronto and hosting several African Heads of state, senior government and business leaders from Canada and Africa, I welcome you to join us at the First Canada-Africa Business Summit in Toronto.”

For additional details and registration information, visit: www.ccafrica.ca

Agribusiness & Food World Forum – Cape Town, South Africa, June 17-19, 2014

fama-2014The 2014 IFAMA and CCA Food and Agribusiness World Forum is a global event set on the stage of Africa. More than 500 attendees from 30+ countries will participate in interactive workshops, demonstrations of cutting edge technology and facilitated discussions by world-renowned speakers addressing today’s most relevant topics in agribusiness.

For more information visit www.ifama2014.com.

From October 10th to 13th PAC Ambassadors were in attendance at the 2012 African Leadership Network Conference in Accra, Ghana in order to meet, interact and forge bonds with fellow dynamic African leaders that are pursuing bold partnerships and exciting growth opportunities across the African continent.

The African Leadership Network (ALN) is the premier community of young, dynamic and influential leaders in Africa. ALN aims to catalyze prosperity in Africa by: (1) Celebrating and promoting entrepreneurship as the surest way for Africa to achieve prosperity, and (2) creating and strengthening relationships between leaders in Africa such that these relationships can lead to greater intra-African trade, investment, partnership and collaboration. ALN measures its success by how many jobs its members create, how much investment is attracted into and across Africa as a result of its members’ collaboration, how much innovation and creativity is unleashed as a result of its members’ partnerships, and how many ordinary African lives are ultimately changed as a result of its members’ working together.

For additional information, visit: www.africanleadershipnetwork.com