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 NABA's member events of August 2017

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Upcoming events

  • 16th August 2017 : Oslo - North African Outlook

NABA in collaboration with IHS Markit welcome members to attend the North African Outlook with leading expert Firms Modad, Director, Middle East & North Africa. The meeting will take place at theConfederation of NHO (Middelthunsgate 27) on Wednesday 16th of August from 13:00-14:00. For registration go to this link

  • 21st August 2017 : Oslo - Ambassadors meet & greet reception

NABA and founding member Statoil are inviting all members to a meet and greet reception with Norway’s Ambassadors posted in African countries on Monday 21st of August from 18:00-19:45 at Statoil headquarters, Martin Linges vei 33, 1364 Fornebu. Register on this link.

  • 29th August 2017 : Oslo - Tanzania breakfast meeting with Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE)

NABA members are invited to a breakfast meeting with Dr. Aggrey K Mlimuka, Executive Director and Suzanne Ndomba-Doran, Legal Services Manager from the Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE). The meeting with address the current political and business environment in Tanzania, on Tuesday 29th of August from 08:15-09:30 at NHO (Middelthunsgate 27). Register on this link.

On June 6th, Mrs. Mémé A.Tsan FALL -Head of Bilateral Section Senegal CBL-ACP- organized on behalf of our member CBL-ACP, in collaboration with the Embassy of Senegal in Belgium and APIX – Senegalese Agency for Investment Promotion and Major Projects -, the High Level Doing Business Senegal in honor of H.E. Mr. Macky Sall President of the Republic of Senegal, Officials and Senegalese enterprises.

 

The CIAN is organizing next 20th of June its Déjeuner-Débat on the topic : - Africa and the world's raw materials market - on the occasion of the launching of the Arcadia Report 2017. 

Registrations are to be made before June 15th, 2017.  

Register on CIAN's website

EAA investment mission to Rwanda, via Nairobi, in October

The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) have now confirmed the dates for the EAA investment mission to the country, October 25th-27th. I will be preparing some notices shortly but the provisional format will be as follows:

Arrive in Nairobi on Tuesday October 24th, stay the night there (we would be happy to book the hotel) so that mission participants can attend the EAA members’ regional lunch meeting on the 25th (registration commences at 10.30). Here they will hear briefings on Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya and have an opportunity to network with our members already doing business in the region. It also involves a 3-course lunch which is included in the participation fee (provisionally euro 750).

BCA: The Djibouti railway story

the Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority

Port and infrastructure expansion in Djibouti

Djibouti is making investments in excess of $15 billion in new infrastructure, including four new ports.

The ports – together with projects to build a Liquefied Natural Gas facility, an oil terminal, and two brand new airports – will dramatically expand Djibouti’s ability to serve as a platform and trade hub for East African countries and African countries beyond the region.

The Afrika-Verein (German-African Business Association) invites you to the 11th German-African Energy Forum in Hamburg.

The upcoming edition of our forum will set a special focus on energy for industry and will take place from April 25th to 26th2017.

On Thursday, April 27th we offer a tour to the Hannover Messe, the largest industrial trade fair of the world.

The fee contains the bus-shuttle Hamburg<->Hanover and the lunch.

Read more abbout our 2017 events here: http://www.afrikaverein.de/kalender/veranstaltungen/detail/?id=6eafb866-102d-0a8e-c46b-582090ead69c

13th of March: NABA members are welcome to a luncheon with Ms. Razia Khan, Chief Economist AFrica, Standard Chartered Bank

12:00 – 13:15, at the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO)

29th of March: NABA & FK Norway breakfast seminar on Human Resources in Africa - How to build an organizational unity

Human Resources is your company’s most vital asset – and developing and retaining a talented workforce is the most important part of your business. How can you best manage human resources in Africa?

FT Africa Summit 2017 - London - 8 & 9 October