AFRICA WORKS! 2014
On the 16th and 17th of October of 2014 NABC organizes the second edition of the Africa Works! conference, together with the African Studies Centre. Be one of 500+ participants: registration will open soon!
The objective of Africa Works! 2014 is to explore the challenges en opportunities Africa poses to companies, government bodies, NGO’s and knowledge centers through informing, inspiring, and expanding professional networks.
During Africa Works! 2014 we focus on knowledge and practical knowledge questions about the current situation and realities in African countries and what this implies for business, diplomacy, and partnerships when it comes to opportunities and constraints.
Africa Works! serves as a platform for new partnerships, while ensuring interaction between the above mentioned parties. A combination of scientific seminars and practical workshops will highlight those themes that are relevant to Africa today.
We highly recommend to set the agenda and fill one of the workshops with interesting partners from knowledge institutes, government bodies, companies and/or NGO’s. Please find the call for proposals under programme.
You can find more information about the conference on the Africa Works! website.
Do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and ask about possible partner options.
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You can register for the Africa Works! Conference, here.
For more information on working together on one of the workshop slots, or other partner possibillities, please contact Heleen Keijer (Project Coordinator) via email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 070-304 3618.
Please find the 'call for proposals' under programme.
More practical information can be found on the Africa Works! website.
Netherlands African Business Council (NABC) is the leading network organization for the Dutch private sector active in Africa. NABC was founded in 1946 and has developed extensive experience in the field of doing business in Africa. NABC is a non-governmental private sector organization, driven and funded by its members. Subscribe here to our weekly news-updates.
The African Studies Centre in Leiden is the only multidisciplinary academic research institute in the Netherlands devoted entirely to the study of Africa. It has an extensive library that is open to the general public. Please visit their website here.
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