The Association of African Universities (AAU) and The AIENetwork through the African Innovation And Entrepreneurship Forum (AIE) presents Africa’s largest platform for connecting people and ideas across the globe to have a trade-focused conversation with Africa in focus.
The maiden edition of the AIEforum which is slated for the 26th of March 2021, themed: Accelerating Trade through capacity building. Participation is virtual via Zoom and on social media.
The forum is to enable an African-centered conversation with Africans across the globe; to exchange ideas about the African Continental free trade area and to explore avenues to build capacity and adopt best practices that will propel the African continent with a focus on the youth.
Speakers that made the list for the maiden edition of the quarterly forum are from Ghana, Kenya, and China respectively as they will together bring their trade expertise from the various continents to bear during the conversation.
The three (3) hour forum is segmented into four (4) parts, namely: The informal session, Plenary conversation, Questions and answers, and then the P-connect section.
Dr. Appiaagyei Dankawaso 1
Former president GNCCI and Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI): Ghana;
Miss Rose Ronoh
Director, Trade facilitation (Kenya Trade Network Agency (KENTRADE): Kenya;
Mr. Louis Yaw Afful
Executive Director, (AFCTA) Policy Network. Ghana:
Mr. Frimpong Musa
CEO. Duapa Africa Group | Former Officer AU Commission. China:
Mrs. Irene Asare
CEO. Carvinclay people development
To be a part of this transformational virtual conversation and to connect with like-minds from all over the world. Log on to www.aieforum.org to register or call +233 24 418 5998,
+233 55 304 9693 for more information.
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