Pan African Global
Trade and Investment Conference
The 11th Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference will collaborate with the Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution to develop and present strategic and sustainable approaches for conflict resolution in fragile and conflict-affected countries.
The conference will promote and support the use of trade, investment, and economic development for conflict resolution programs that. . . .
Promote and facilitate the acquisition of conflict management and resolution skills through a collaborative effort of local and credible NGO’s
Promote and provide strategies for the inclusion of marginalized groups in trade, investment, and local economic development
Promote the establishment and operation of peace building strategies and institutions that establish and maintain successful conflict resolution training and behavior modification programs
Establish regional transformation based upon modern methods of social and economic development
Develop trade, investment and economic development networks which can immediately be relied on to increase peace and sustainability
Establish of small business cooperatives that work towards the accomplishment of the regional master plans for trade, investment, and local economic development
Atlanta 2022 Trade and Investment Conference Highlights
Mrs. Mary Concilia Anchang, Partner Onambele, Anchang & Associates
CEO / The African Chamber of Trade and Commerce.
Panelist at PAGTIC August 2022 Atlanta, Georgia USA
And Chamber Partnership with Africa USA Chamber of Commerce
Trading Away from Conflict
Using Trade to Increase Resilience in Fragile States
To move beyond the glass ceiling in 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.
By 2050, one in every four people in the world will be African – offering up a massive consumer and business market.
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Consider Africa For Your Next Investment, It is the Last Frontier.
“I am proud to have led this resolution, passed by the House Committee on Foreign Affairs during the 20th anniversary of the African Union, which puts the U.S. Congress on record committing to strengthening our partnerships with the AU and African nations, and the next chapter of that partnership is in backing the AfCFTA’s transformational goals.” Karen Bass, U.S. House o Representatives - California
Company Is Coming
We are excited that our 10th Annual Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference was such a success that we have already received early confirmations from Nigeria, Liberia, Ghana, Guinea, Ethiopia and the Caribbean. Say Tune to find out who is coming to Sacramento, California USA for the 11th Annual Conference.
2023 Associate Partners
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