Academic and Consultant
Strategy & International Business
Wed, Jul 08|
Reconceptualising Trading Relationships in the African Continent Post-Covid19
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Time and Place
Jul 08, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:45 AM GMT-3
About the Event
The novel corona virus pandemic has occasioned an unprecedented global crisis. However, the current disruptions to trade also present opportunities for firms seeking to set up highly profitable international business ventures and relationships.
Join this webinar, promoted by the AfroChamber and FGV EAESP, in conjunction with various high-level policy experts, institutional stakeholders and seasoned entrepreneurs in Africa, to explore the vast and as of yet untapped trading and investment opportunities in the continent, including prospects for trade under the newly inaugurated African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCTA), trading opportunities under regional value chain frameworks, and how to navigate the potential for responsible entrepreneurial investments in Africa.
His Excellency Albert M. Muchanga (Hon. Commissioner for Trade and Industry, African Union)
His Excellency Wamkele K. Mene ( Hon. Secretary General of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement - AfCTA) (to be confirmed)
Mr. Rafael Ranieri (Executive Board Advisor for Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Japan and Saudi Arabia at the African Development Bank Group)
Professor Adrian Saville (Professor of Economics and Finance and the Director of the Centre for African Markets and Management at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria)
Ms. Ndidi Okonknwo Nwuneli (MBA HBS 1999 and Co-founder of Sahel Capital Group)
Mr. Shukri Toefy (CEO of Fortified Group and Entrepreneurship Expert at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford)
Mr. Rui Mucaje (President at AfroChamber)
Professor Jorge Carneiro (Associate Professor at FGV EAESP)
Dr. Bob Enofe (PhD in International and Comparative Law, researcher at OneMBA global executive MBA, and business expert)
The seminar will be in English with no translation provided