The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business has announced the second Canada-Africa Business Conference, building on the success of its inaugural event at the Gaborone International Convention Centre in Botswana in 2019.
In collaboration with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), this conference will assemble key stakeholders for a comprehensive two-day program.
Moreover, the event will commence with a day-long program at the Muthaiga Country Club and a VIP Reception on February 19, followed by a second day dedicated to site visits in Nairobi on February 20, 2024.
Participation in the conference is open to all corporate members of The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business, along with invited guests and sponsors in partnership with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA).
In addition, the conference will feature a diverse representation of sectors, including healthcare, infrastructure, energy, financing for Canada-Africa projects, and FinTech.
Furthermore, ongoing efforts are being made to expand the focus on additional sectors.
These endeavours are aligned with the overarching theme of Canada’s role as a trusted partner in various African markets, with particular emphasis on Kenya’s pivotal position as a gateway to East Africa and the broader continent.
‘’We look forward to announcing program updates, as we confirm the participation of leading decision-makers.
Strengthening Canada-Africa Trade and Investment
‘’Our previous engagements in Kenya have always been an incredible success and this is testament – in no small part – to the key role of Kenya and KEPSA in Canada-Africa trade and investment,’’’’ sayid Garreth Bloor, President of Canada-Africa Chamber President.
Ms Carole Kariuki, Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) said, “We are excited to collaborate with the Canada-Africa Chamber of Business and look forward to the forum that will promote trade and investment between Canada and our great continent of Africa.
“This forum aims to widen the scope of available opportunities in medical care, infrastructure, energy, FinTech and project financing,” she added.
Also, a special evening reception is scheduled for Monday, February 19, 2024, and all conference attendees are cordially invited to join.
What’s more, the invitation for this event has been extended to all delegates of the 2nd Canada-Africa Business Conference by H.E. Christopher Thornley, the Canadian High Commissioner to Kenya.