PAN AFRICAN GLOBAL
Trade & Investment Conference
August 18-20 2022 : HISTORIC 10th Pan African Global Trade & Investment Conference
The Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference is designed to establish a U.S. based public/private coalition to develop and implement policies and strategies for economic development and foreign direct investment in the African Continent and the Pan African Diaspora to help small business owners participate in international trade and commerce in Africa and the African Diaspora.
Pan African Global
Trade and Investment Conference
The conference is an important first step in the establishment of a U.S. based public/private effort associated with international trade and commerce and current business opportunities in Africa and the Caribbean.
We also use the conference to present and discuss African Diaspora Mobilization Initiatives currently being developed by the African Union, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Sixth Region African Diaspora Caucus. We will also highlight the potential for providing viable opportunities for bilateral trade, investment and commerce between Africa, the United States and the African Diaspora.
The Legacy Continues
The US-Africa Chamber of Commerce Network
Expanding Trade & Investment
between Africa & the Pan African Diaspora
The 10th Annual Pan African Global Trade and Investment Cultural Conference in Atlanta, Georgia will be hosted at some of the premier sites used by civil rights leaders to help frame the foundation for trade and economic development in Atlanta and the world. This 2022 Conference will be the continuation of a legacy.
An Ambassador, Congressman, Mayor, and Civil Rights Leader
A civil rights and social justice pioneer that helped Ambassador Andrew Young launch a major trade initiative in Atlanta. She helped to bring international imports into the Atlanta markets, opened doors for Georgia grown exports to the world and focused on building a strong black economy in the community.
Georgia State University Buckhead Center
Tower Place 200 | 3348 Peachtree Rd NE |, Atlanta, GA 30326
Why Trade Matters?
To move beyond the glass ceiling in the US markets, black owned and operated businesses must consider that 95% of their potential new customer base can be found in international markets. Africa has seven (7) of the fastest growing economies in the world, with the youngest workforce and a medium age of 17 years old. Africa is rich in minerals, natural resources and has 80% of the worlds arable land for agriculture. Forging trade relationships with Africa makes sense and they are welcoming us to the table.
There are 55 countries on the continent of Africa where there are opportunities in every imaginable industry sector. They have the natural resources, we have the talent, experience, and investments to make an impact on the economy and lives of millions of continental Africans and Africans in the Diaspora. Whether it is products or services, global trading with Africa should be an option for your companies growth and expansion.
Company Is Coming
"I have been waiting for this moment for when we can recognise the power black business men and women have. I will try and attend, need to inform you, I have travelled to 12 African countries and is doing business in many, been in business in South Africa for 43 yrs."
- Malcolm Green, Founder/CEO/Winepreneur La RicMal Estates
"This strategic alliance is not only the collaboration between two great companies, but a movement positioned to build bridges that fund philanthropic responsibility throughout the world via social innovation."
- Founder and CEO Dream Flights International
"Nobody can deliver chane on their own. The only way to create partnerships across sectors. That's why all of us at McDan Group, we believe in strategic investment alliances that drive the improvement of livelihoods of Ghanaians" - Dr. Daniel McKorley Founder/President McDan Group
"I accept the invitation to help the world to see the importance of investment in the french speaking countries of Africa. We would like to establish a sister city in America" - Ambassador-at-Large for the Office of the President of Chad, Kitoko Gata-Ngoulou