Rwanda to Host Intra African Trade Fair 2021
With economic resumption and recovery gathering pace across Africa, Corporate Africa offers companies and investors targeting AfCFTA partnership opportunities in the content of a hi-value Infrastructure Report to be distributed to delegates and dignitaries at Intra African Trade Fair, Kigali, Rwanda, 6 to 12 September 2021.
AfCFTA BUSINESS INVESTMENT GUIDE 2021
Africa Infrastructure Integration Report
Printed in English and Chinese, Corporate Africa AfCFTA Business Investment Guide is an Infrastructure Integration Report, which will be launched and promoted at the IATF (Intra African Trade Fair) 2021. IATF 2021 takes place during 6-12 September 2021 at Kigali, Rwanda, East Africa. Corporate Africa is seeking governments and business partners with technology, products, and services that are able to increase connectivity, integration, and growth across AfCFTA member states. Corporate Africa is seeking to interview executive leaders, and to position their brands, images, advertisements, and editorials alongside those of other corporations, investors, and governments already in the AfCFTA or in G20 nations with an active policy to invest and partner opportunities in AfCFTA member states.
The theme of the Report is “integrating infrastructure, investments, and exploitation of natural and human resources to generate growth, and increase value chains and trade value across the member states of AfCFTA (African Continental Free Trade Area) by investing to bridge trade infrastructure gaps; consolidating regional value chains, PPPs, increased business collaborations; and strong and decisive political and corporate leadership”.
The Africa Infrastructure Integration Report will promote strategic content from stakeholders, governments, and corporate leaders spearheading the AfCFTA. The report will address strategic issues about integration of the four RECs (AMU. ECOWAS, ECAS, SADC) into the AfCFTA single market: Building commitment, capacity, confidence and readiness in AfCFTA member states’ private and public sectors including organizations and systems to represent and engage the private sector with AfCFTA policymakers; strengthening intra-regional suppliers’ value-chain including African Diaspora communities; creating and enhancing technology systems for integration such as payments, voice, data, visas, logistics, legal transactions – solutions to increase regional integration and connectivity: Strengthening key integration structures to accelerate regional and internationalization of AfCFTA corporations to generate maximum opportunities in the single market.
IATF takes place from 6 to 12 September 2021 with the theme “Building bridges for a successful AfCFTA”. “It offers valuable business connection opportunities through high value networking with major political and corporate stakeholders, investors, trade and manufacturing partners – all ready to make a deal”. Attending and, or presentations at IATF also will afford businesses official event branding with an official certificate of participation recognized across the continent. IATF also boasts a virtual event platform that is accessible all year round to facilitate trade and networking. The report will be exploited by Corporate Africa to keep its partners product and services in the minds of their targets and market sectors.
Opportunities and Areas of Interests
The Infrastructure Integration Report promises to be an unmissable opportunity and an excellent platform for businesses wishing to engage inside AfCFTA markets during 2021 and after; AfCFTA members seeking to negotiate new trade partnerships with foreign companies, financiers, and investors. The Report’s chief goal is to create global awareness of the depth and diverse business and trade opportunities at the IATF (Intra Africa Trade Fair) 2021 and inside the AfCFTA single market; generate confidence in the single market and its leaders, and increase the profile of the region’s natural and human resources in print, digital, social media and APP; and conferences and exhibitions during 2021 and 2022. Other goals are to:
Promote strategic stakeholders, corporations, and investors driving AfCFTA, leadership, technologies, and position to invest in manufacturing and skills inside AfCFTA
Promote AfCFTA members preparedness, readiness, and confidence to implement and integrate systems to exploit opportunities in AfCFTA and mitigate short term disruptions
Promote AfCFTA’s political leadership chiefly the AfCFTA Secretariat and African Union: Their policies and plans to finance infrastructure gaps necessary to facilitate deep connectivity and integration between members’ state, build credibility, implement trade policies and rules, and strong and decisive leadership.
Building capacity and value in trade and manufacturing between AfCFTA members added to ICT, increasing regional suppliers chain and increased exports whilst adding value from skills, goods, and services imported including from the African Diaspora.
AfCFTA Network Business Directory: A directory of all participants (SMEs and corporations and foreign partners, financiers, etc..) to enable networking and engagements.
Adding value to participants’ brands and content through ongoing promotions of their activities during 2021 on Corporate Africa websites, social media platforms (Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter), and major conferences and exhibitions during 2021 and 2022 including Intra African Trade Fair, AfricaCom, and China Import Export Fair.
For more information about Sponsorship Opportunities for this project please see the pdf partnership opportunities: