On November 14th to 16th, 2019, various experts in business from North America and East Africa are expected in Texas in a trade and investment conference that will be looking at accelerating investment, trade and innovation by strengthening cross-border relationships.
The conference venue is in Irving Texas, at the Sheraton DFW Hotel that is located at 4440 W John Carpenter Fwy, Irving, Texas 75063.
It will be hosted by the East Africa Chamber of Commerce (EACC) under the theme ‘Accelerating Agile Investment, Trade and Innovation by Strengthening Cross-Border Relationships,’
Participants to this interactive and engaging trade conference have already registered and paid all costs includes event passes, rooms for four (4) nights and airport transportation.
The Conference is dedicated to providing an experience that facilitates the advancement of trade and investment between the North America and East Africa by presenting industry-specific Information and updates, highlighting opportunities for investment, and fostering networking between businesses and investors.
It will focus on the “Big Four Agenda” items along with other key industry sectors noted above.
It will bring together USA investors and East African decision makers together for a three-day B2B engagement. This conference is for businesses, organizations and individuals with interest in trade and investment between North America and the East African Community.
This Conference also looks at facilitating business-to-business linkage as well as display opportunities for investments, highlight market analysis and opportunities, as well as underscore vital government trade policies in the region.
High-level government and business leaders as well as top-level industry specialists will make presentations on their respective fields of expertise.
Sector presentations will spotlight various industries such as: affordable housing, water solutions, finance, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, food security, tourism & transportation and ICT where they will embark on, smart services and smart cities.
To name few, participants include Nakuru Governor H.E Lee Kinyanjui, Rashanda Johnson, Governor of Kwale H.E Mvurya, Marsabiti Governor H.E Mohamed Ali, Borg Global Mr. McDonald, Google-Paul Gariboldi, Gary Barlow, Director of Texas Proton Therapy, CEO of Water for the World Dr. Danny Thomas among others.
Highlights on investment, trade and business opportunities will be made by the North American and East African Business Community. Participants who need funding for the ready projects will bring profiles of their projects in efforts to make B2B connections.
The last day of the conference which is November 16th, 2019 will highlight the role of women in trade and investment through a special session dubbed ‘Women Connecting Women’.
East Africa Chamber of Commerce (EACC) is a thirteen (13) year old non-profit organization dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining member communities through entrepreneurship, consulting and promoting trade opportunities in both North America and the East African Community (EAC) via interaction with each region’s businesses and governmental sectors.
The EAC member countries represent rapidly emerging markets of a maturing economic region (total population of 170 million people and $440B USD Regional GDP).
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