OPPORTUNITIES

Big Ten Black Alumni Business and Investmentin Africa

MAY 15, 2021!

BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT

OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA!

  • Date: Saturday, May 15, 2021

  • Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT (4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. CAT)

  • Registration Fee: FREE

  • Location: Virtual – Zoom

  • Speakers: List includes African Governments, African Businessmen and Businesswomen, Investment Organizations, and African-Americans that are successfully doing business and/or investing in  African markets.

While a myriad of groups around the globe are interested in and taking advantage of opportunities to invest and do business in Africa, Africans of the Diaspora, particularly African-Americans with a current buying power of nearly USD$1.5 trillion, greatly lack presence in Africa’s business markets and investment destinations despite having a historically established right to invest in Africa and benefit from the abundance of returns that Africa can yield.

In light this comparatively low presence of African-Americans in Africa’s business markets and investment destinations, we are holding a forum to provide Black alumni from the Big Ten with the most current and accurate information concerning business and investment opportunities throughout the continent of Africa. We invite all Big Ten Black alumni from all professions to join us for this virtual forum so that you may learn of the wonderful opportunities that the continent of Africa provides! Complete the registration form on the right to receive confirmation and the Zoom meeting link to join us on May 21, 2021!

Pan-African Invest In Africa

COMING SOON!

PAN-AFRICAN INVEST IN AFRICA

The PANAFCON will soon be inviting African descendants and Africans throughout the entire globe to join us for our 1st Pan-African Invest in Africa Conference & Exhibition to be held in Kigali, Rwanda! Spurring African-American and other Diasporan investment and business in Africa, the conference will address healing and reconciliation needs of Africans of the Diaspora. Particularly, we will address reconciling Diasporan descendants of slavery with the mainland of Africa.

While a myriad of groups around the globe are interested in and taking advantage of opportunities to invest and do business in Africa, Africans of the Diaspora, particularly African-Americans with a current buying power of nearly USD$1.5 trillion, greatly lack presence in African business markets and investment destinations despite having an historically established right to invest in Africa. 

This conference will be unique in that it will be the first modern Pan-African conference that seeks to pragmatically reconcile African descendants with the continent of Africa while strongly encouraging and enlightening African-Americans and other members of the African Diaspora on practical opportunities to invest in and develop business in Africa. 

AWIEF 2019

AWIEF 

In 2019 The PANAFCON invited African-American men and women with interest in entrepreneurship and business as well as African-American thought leaders, investors, and academia to join The PANAFCON’s delegation to Cape Town, South Africa from October 27 – November 2, 2019 to partake in the uniquely enriching Africa Women Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) Conference, Exhibition, and Awards Gala. In addition to the AWIEF Conference, delegates were invited to experience the beauty and learn about all of the opportunities that Cape Town has to offer during our post-conference Business and Leisure Tour activities.

Zambia Business & Investment Tour 2015 c

ZAMBIA BUSINESS & INVESTMENT TOUR

In 2015 The PANAFCON hosted the Zambia Business & Investment Tour for entities, companies and individuals from around the globe who were interested in Business & Investment opportunities in emerging African markets. The tour was a combination of tourism activities and informative sessions about investment opportunities in Zambia. The tour covered 8 cities/towns and 6 provinces visiting some of Zambia's most ideal touristic/scenic locations that coordinated well with key investment sectors.