Co-organised with Women in Africa (WIA) and the China-Africa Business Council, this webinair will center on a conversation between businesswomen from both China and Africa.
It provides a plateform for experience sharing on the topic of business development in Africa, in various sectors such as industrial parks, manufacturing and logistics.
To be held at 3 p.m. Beijing time.
WIA is the world’s leading international platform for the economic development and the support of African women entrepreneurs.
Women in Africa Initiative is a social impact company whose mission is to support African women entrepreneurs and leaders in their journey to impact the continent’s economy.
Over the past 4 years, WIA has developed the first pan-African and international platform bringing together all relevant actors; WIA implements training programs, and WIA communicates extensively on the themes “Women * Business * Africa”.
Through the Women in Africa Philanthropy Endowment Fund, WIA and its patrons develop programs to support African women, whether they are students, entrepreneurs, or leaders.
As a long-standing partner of the Women in Africa initiative, DS Avocat’s Africa team acts as legal advisor to WIA regarding its structuring and day-to-day operations and frequently participates in conferences and webinars organized by WIA.
In 2004, the then Secretary-General of the United Nations Mr. Kofi Annan proposed to establish the China-Africa Business Council which was officially established in 2006.
- dedicated to the economic development of Africa: Led by the principle of “Respecting culture, combining generosity with profit and promoting win-win cooperation” proposed by the first Chairman Mr. Hu Deping, over 500 member companies of CABC, including China-Africa Development Fund, Shenzhen Energy Group and Huajian Group, have operated in 51 African countries and made investments in 36 African Countries, hiring over 70,000 local employees and creating more than1.5 million jobs.
- committed to serving Chinese investors in Africa: CABC accompanies high-level governmental visits to Africa, receives African statesmen and hosts institutionalized bilateral forums with many African countries. CABC provides assistance regarding to governmental affairs, international communications, information services, investment and financing.
- serving members through its membership network: CABC provides specialized services including international promotion, visa application, business trips, legal and commercial consulting, training, seminars, security services and emergency rescue.
- devoted to promoting public benefits in Africa: CABC advocates its member companies in shouldering CSRs and promoting cultural exchanges.