Who Should Attend?

What is Your Africa Strategy?

Doing business with Africa is about the infrastructure that supports the supply chain to move the product to market.  It is about sustainable solutions for energy, housing, agriculture, trade, tourism, media/entertainment and financial/investment.

You should ATTEND this conference if you are part of the infrastructure that makes business of agriculture work for the farmer to the market retailer.

  • Investors

  • Banking and Micro Financing Funding Institutions

  • Equipment Manufactures

  • Sub-Terrain Trucking Manufacturers

  • Renewable Energy & Water Desalinization Equipment

  • Manufacturing, Assembly and Processing Organizations

  • US Businesses looking Entry into the African Markets

  • USDA

  • US Fertilizer and Feed Manufacturers

  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)

  • US Colleges with focus on Agriculture, Engineering. Finance and Research

  • Commodity Import and Exporters Entering the African Markets

  • Media/Entertainment

  • Health Care (Hospitals/Rural Clinics)

  • Manufacturing

  • Transportation/Global Logistics

  • Trade Financing/Investment

  • Housing

  • Agriculture

  • Tourism/Hospitality

  • Local and State Governments  looking for African Market Entry

  • World Market Economist

The US-Africa Chamber of Commerce Network Expanding Trade & Investment between Africa & the Pan African Diaspora

2023 COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

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.

The conference is an important first step in the establishment of a U.S. based public/private efforts associated with international trade and commerce and current business opportunities in African 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 and their potential for providing viable opportunities for bilateral trade, investment and commerce between Africa, the United States and the African Diaspora.