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18TH – 22ND JULY 2022
Nicon Luxury Hotel Abuja.
Reshaping Business and Investment to meet the demands of AFCFTA and Align with the Realities of Covid-19
The commencement of the implementation of AfCFTA in January 2021, marksthe reduction of Africa into a small Village with free movement of goods, persons, services and capital. AfCFTA also paves way for better harmonization and coordination of TradeLiberalization across the Continent. The commencement of the Negotiation of phase II of AfCFTA which comprises of Investment, Competition and Intellectual Property Rights(IPR) protocols makes it imperative for the African Business Community to have a better understanding of how to navigate not only in Trade, but also Investment, competition and IPR. The lockdown occassioned by the advent of Covid-19 created the largesteconomic shock that the world had experienced in decades and led to a contraction of global GDP. It has also left lasting scares such as lower investments and fragmented global trade and supply linkages amongst others. The fact that the Corona Virus keeps mutating itself into new variants has made it necessary for the world to look for new sustainable ways to navigate the business arena.
Africa, being more of an investment importing continent needs to strategize and attract more investment (domestic and foreign) The AfCFTA if properly handled can go a long way to cushion the effect for Africa. Proper implementation of AfCFTAhowever requires amongst other things, a good understanding of both the effects of Covid-19 on the African Continent and the dynamics of AfCFTA by the African Business community. AFRIBIF 2022 is therefore designed to highlight these issues for investment exporters worldwide and African governments and business communities, to enable them come up with simple but effective ways of navigating AfCFTA for the benefit of all. Nigeria in its traditional role, through the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment (FMITI) in collaboration with CB Network, is leading in extending the conversation of AfCFTA implementation to core stakeholders through AFIBIF 2022.
WHO WILL PARTICIPATE AND WHY?
Government/investment agencies represented by ministers and policy makers will discuss issues related to climate change and policy etc
Our vision at AFRIBIF is to create an inclusive and sustainable platform for leading African economic operators and policy makersto interact and interrogate the contemporary business and investment climate, existing and emerging opportunities as well as tested and innovative success strategies to fully leverage and unlock the technology of the 4th industrial revolution to leap
WHO WILL EXHIBIT
Dealers on Machineries & Workshop Equipment,
Engineering, Technology and Innovations,
Manufacturing Companies etc
BENEFITS OF THE EXHIBITION
Promote Brand to Global Market,
Highly targeted flexible contacts and partners,
Build prospect database and generate sales leads etc
The unique methodology at AFRIBIF 2022 will drives the event to be the right avenue for Investors, Ventures capitalists, Government representatives, Researchers, Financial Institutions, Manufacturers, Traders, Professionals and service providers to converge for quality business partnership to make contacts, forge business alliance, show case products and technology innovations. As this will provide opportunities to expand