With a focus on innovation, the U.S.-Africa Infrastructure Conference Nov 5-6 in Johannesburg will explore technology-driven initiatives to produce Africa's investment needs. "Novel approaches being used to develop and finance infrastructure are exciting and promising." says Florie Liser. president and CEO of the conference host, the Washington, DC-based Corporate Council on Africa.
Spotlighting Innovation for Infrastructure – CCA's Florie Liser
allAfrica, 26 October 2018
The 25-year-old Washington, DC-based Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) is hosting on 5-6 November in Johannesburg its first U.S.-Africa Infrastructure Conference to be held outside… Read more »
CCA President Florie Liser at the 'Presidential Dialogue on Doing Business in Mozambique' with President Filipe Nyusi in New York in September 2018. Mozambique will host the biennial CCA U.S.-Africa Business Summit in June 2019.
Kenya Airways has launched a non-stop flight from Nairobi to New York. This will be the first direct flight connecting the two countries since PanAmerican Airlines, which later ... Read more »
Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) will showcase innovative solutions in ICT, energy and transportation at the U.S.-Africa Infrastructure Conference on November 5-6 in Johannesburg, ... Read more »
A newly enacted U.S. law called the BUILD Act, "could be the most significant U.S. initiative toward Africa in the Trump era," according to an analysis by a veteran Africa policy ... Read more »
Mozambique to Host U.S.-Africa Business Summit - CCA
CCA, 28 June 2018
Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) will hold the 2019 U.S -Africa Business Summit in Maputo, Mozambique. The CCA Summit has been considered the essential conference on U.S.-Africa… Read more »
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