Monday, 25 March 2013

Pitching Africa in the City have C.Hub and BBC lined up for coverage: An event you must attend.



HIGHLIGHT: BBC, C.Hub magazine at Our Pitching Africa in the City Event, 23 April 2013, 5.30pm-9.30pm, CASS Business School, London
We are delighted to announce that several international media, including the BBC and C.Hub Magazine have already expressed their interest in covering this high profile briefing on business opportunities in Africa, and new ideas for Africa's development from the Africa Diaspora that African Peoples Advocacy is organising in collaboration with Developed Africa.com.
You are all cordially invited to this event. We are dedicating this March issue of our newsletter exclusively to it because:
  • This briefing will provide you with a unique insight into the 'Leading Lions Documentary' and other projects in which APA will be engaged throughout 2013.
  • We are raising funds for our organisation through this eventand this is your opportunity to support us by attending this briefing.

This event will feature:
–Exclusive briefing on development opportunities that are emerging from Africa;
– Business exhibition, with key exhibitors demonstrating how they address development opportunities in Africa;
– Tips from African Diaspora professionals to City corporations, traders, business people, companies and organisations seeking to reach out to African businesses;
– Refreshments and networking with City professionals and key exhibitors.

Speakers:
  • Bandi Mbubi -TEDxExeter 2012 Speaker
  • Ben Oguntala CEO, Developed Africa.com
  • Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell –CEO, African Peoples Advocacy
  • Didier Meledje -President, Alpha Professional Network
  • Justine Lutterodt -Director, Centre for Synchronous Leadership and Co-Founder, Africa Women's Circle
Chair: Henry Bonsu -Journalist and Director, Colourful Radio
Date and Time: Tuesday, 23rd April 2013, 5.30pm -9.30pm
Venue: Auditorium, Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ


Ticket:       
£25 (single)                                    £20 (groups of 2 or more people)


Enquiries: please e-mail info@apadvocacy.org


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