The twelfth edition of the Africa Economy Builders Forum &Awards will take place in Abidjan on Thursday 29 September 2022. Under the theme « Economic integration in the era of the AfCFTA », the event will bring together participants from around thirty countries face-to-face and by visioconference.
Among them, experts on critical issues in Africa's development, visionary entrepreneurs, champions of administration, innovators of tomorrow, fearless investors and exceptional women.
Onset at the start of 2020, the Covid-19 health crisis that is raging across the world and in Africa continues to impact the economy. However, in this context of extreme fragility that business leaders and institutions on the African continent stand out for their agility and refuse to give in to the gloom. No matter what, they stay the course and lead by example. It is these strong economic players who will share their remarkable experience and will be honored for their daring and spirit of innovation.
Despite the restrictive mobility linked to planetary restriction measures, you have an appointment with quality networking. Do not miss the Builders 2022, the economic platform of all hopes!
A platform for exploring the challenges facing Africa, the Builders Forum offers intense debates on the major concerns of the continent’s transformation. For its 11th edition, sustainable and inclusive development, infrastructure, entrepreneurship, digital and management will be at the heart of the discussions. As the President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina, argues, “Africa can no longer be satisfied with simply managing poverty. For our future and that of our children, we must eradicate it. "
While, from the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, many experts predicted disaster, Africa, without neglecting the harmful effects of Covid-19, does better than resist. What prompts some specialists to wonder if this pandemic is not an opportunity to allow the African continent to boost its development. This unsuspected capacity for resilience leads us to believe that nothing will be completely as before.
Has conquered Africa arrived? What post-Covid economic outlook? What wise investments for the future? Has the time come for economic integration? Who will be the successful builders of tomorrow? Questions to which qualified experts will provide appropriate answers