CCA: Mozambique as Host of 2019 U.S.-Africa Business Summit

The Corporate Council on Africa's 12th U.S.-Africa Business Summit will be hosted in Maputo, Mozambique in June 2019. The CCA Summit has been considered the essential conference on U.S.-Africa business and investment since its inception in 1997 and will be in its 12th iteration next year.


Exclusive interview for Leading Edge Guides with Florizelle Liser, Corporate Council...

"With Africa being the second fastest growing region globally and accounting for 6 of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world, many U.S. companies – both multinationals as well as small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) – are invested in a range of sectors in Africa."
Chakrabarti, President of ERBD

Interview with Sir Suma Chakrabarti, President of EBRD: Making a real impact

Interview with Sir Suma Chakrabarti, President of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)   The EBRD will soon hold its annual meeting in Jordan. What would you say are its key priorities...

“Estamos muy agradecidos con el mandatario @MaritoAbdo porque por fin se está tomando en serio la Ruta Transchaco. Es de fundamental importancia para el desarrollo integral del Chaco Central”, expresó Gustavo Sawatzky, presidente de la Cooperativa Chortizer.

Interesting read by @ReutersUK on #SouthAfrica shifting position re. investments in #energy https://t.co/XsJkXZXdvd.

We partner with @Brand_SA to host an exciting panel on Sustainable Energy in South Africa. Come meet 40+ companies & investors on 29 Oct. https://t.co/EVw0PhKfJZ

“Our cooperation today makes our people safer, more prosperous and more secure – here in Kenya, and in the UK.” - PM @Theresa_May in Kenya today #UKAfrica

Did you know that by 2030, it is projected that #Africa will have 1.7 billion people, whose combined consumer and #business spending is expected to reach $6.7 trillion? #AfricaInvestmentForum @AfDB_Group

African companies have a stock capitalisation of $200 billion at @LSEplc , raised $16 billion in the last 10 years, via @Financialafrik