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5th Africa Business Forum & Trade Expo

14 December 2016
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5th Africa Business Forum & Trade Expo

March 01, 2017

Sheraton Hotel

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

 

The Africa Business Forum focuses on offering international companies considerable opportunities to enter and become successful in one of the fastest growing economies in the world in the areas of – ICT, Agriculture & Mining, Finance & Capital Investment, Power & Energy, Consumer Goods & General Trade, Logistics & Aviation, Infrastructure, Tourism, Hospitality & Real Estate, Manufacturing. The Conference has become one of the most important bi-annual gathering in Africa and the Middle East.

The event provides a unique platform to showcase the latest products and services to Ethiopia and neighboring booming East African markets. Register and participate to access key business professionals, CEO’s, Entrepreneurs, Government officials, Exporters, Buyers and Sellers. Our aim is to strengthen ties between the business world and one of the world’s most dynamic and fastest-growing regions. Creating partnerships that will promote trade, accelerate job growth, and encourage investment...Read More

 

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