BOTTOMLINE: Publisher’s Commentary…By Wallace J. Allen
If you are a business person, you are possibly able to supply a service or product to one of the countries in Africa. Africa is host to six of the top ten fastest growing economies in the world! Almost all goods are imported in Africa. You do not have to manufacture in order to be a supplier. You can learn the export process and meet people that you can do business with by attending the Summit.
Africa is looking for American companies to do business with; for example, there is a 7 billion dollar funding initiative to help double power generation capacity in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, and Tanzania, which includes oil and gas funding support in Uganda and Mozambique.
The African Global Economic & Development Summit 2014 is featuring the following industries: Power Generation; Mining; Renewable Energy; Oil and Gas; Bio Fuels; Finance; Agriculture; Telecommunications; Building Construction and Development; Environmental Remediation; Medical Facilities; Education; Public Works; Hospitality; and Wastewater Treatment.
If you are interested in doing business in Africa, you are encouraged to attend the summit on Thursday, August 7 at 7 a.m. to Saturday, August 9 at 5 p.m. The event will be held at the University of Southern California (USC)/ (Hedco Auditorium – Seeley G. Mudd Building) located at3620 McClintock Avenue in Los Angeles (90089). Use entrance 6 off of Vermont Avenue and 36th Place.
For more information, call Mary Flowers at (909) 396-5141.