A major event concentrating on facilitating trade development across the continent of Africa will take place at the Maritum Hotel and Congress Centrum in Bremen, Germany at the end of May when ALPHA launches its powerful corporate platform at a high-profile event that will receive much attention at an international level.
The launch will welcome a diverse range of well-informed professionals and is designed to put ALPHA firmly on the world’s map as a new and rapidly developing force, capable of opening up new business horizons and profitable trading opportunities, while founded on a bedrock of expertise, an extensive communications network and high levels of cooperation.
The event will provide a chance to find answers to key questions in relation to doing business in Africa today, to meet and network with influential investors and potential business partners, while rubbing shoulders with those at the heart of current economic growth on a continent that is witnessing a sea change in terms of its trading outlook.
The keynote speaker at this prestigious event will be the Honourable Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry of Ghana, Mr Carlos Ahenkorah.
Following this speech will be an address by Mr Anthony Nwabunike, National President of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) who will provide insights into how to tap into Africa’s big export markets. Mr Ngam Ousmanoun, CEO of Transimex, will then present a case study of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC).
In order to give invaluable advice about how to cope with the maze of Africa’s local laws and regulations, Mr Richard B. Moulopo, managing director of Nile Dutch Africa Connection will share his expertise and knowledge. Sponsor Mr Danny Laud will talk about managing logistics for capital projects, while the vital question of vetting potential partners for capital projects will also be addressed. Presenting a very broad view on doing business in Africa will be a case study by Ms Betty J. Princen, Director Europe, Middle East and Africa for the Port of Virginia.
Those wishing to consolidate their positions as industry leaders while promoting their corporate interests will have the opportunity to become sponsors at future events organised by ALPHA. Advertising in the digital magazine African Port Hub is the perfect way for companies to promote their services across African logistics routes. All further information can be obtained by ringing ALPHA at +353 899432826. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.