Between October 1-3 2019, the second edition of Poultry Africa will be held in Kigali, Rwanda.
This NABC supported event, will be the basis of a trade mission to Kigali, Rwanda. On October 1 a leadership conference is held, which will be opening the convention. Following this, on October 2 and 3, the main expo days, participating companies will have set up their own information stands to display their businesses. At the same time during the day, technical best practice seminars are held. For more information regarding the Poulty Africa 2019 Expo, you can visit the website. More information regarding NABC's trade mission will be added shortly. Are you interested in learning more? Contact Dennis Acquaye with your inquiries.
The next Africa Business Club, organised by NABC and INTL FCStone, will be held on June 13. Plan International Nederland director Monique van 't Hek and VSO Nederland Director Erik Ackerman will share their view of how Africa will be looking like in the next decades. How do they look at the current Dutch ‘aid to trade’ policy? And does the private sector share a similar view on the future of Africa with the Non-Governmental Organisations? Are NGOs too focused on doom scenarios? Together with you, we will try to find answers to these questions. Additionally, Partos, the branch organization for NGOs, will present their recent ‘Practical guide to Inclusive Business Partnerships.’ The debate is followed by a networking reception where the business community and the NGO community can link up.
The first course of the Africa-Academy: 'Succesvol op Handelsmissie' will commence on June 5, brought to you by NABC and evofenedex. The aim of this programme is to show you how to make a success of your trade mission. This daylong course will be initiated by Peter de Ruiter, NABC's managing director, who will go into his extensive experience with doing business in Africa's largest economy; Nigeria. Following this, Marina Diboma, NABC's deputy managing director, who has succesfully completed a vast number of trade missions, will explain how to deal with the cultural differences within Africa and how to enter the plane prepared. During the day multiple guest speakers, who participaticed in past trade missions, will share their practical experience with you. You can register for this event via the EveFenedex courses website. You can contact Arne Doornebal for questions.
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