U.S.–AFRICA BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SEMINAR


WEDNESDAY, 11 MARCH 2015


President Barack Obama: “The United States is determined to be a partner in Africa’s success – a good partner, an equal partner, and a partner for the long term.”
[Excerpt from remarks by President Barack Obama at the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

Business Forum, 5 August 2014, Washington, D.C.]

This seminar is a collaboration between the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the U.S. Commercial Service South Africa and will highlight the U.S. government priorities in Africa and possible business opportunities with U.S. firms.

This seminar will also cover the roles and services of the U.S. agencies in international trade and development, as well as the role of the World Bank in Africa.

Representatives of global U.S. companies will participate in sector panels on energy, infrastructure development and transportation opportunities in Africa.

Date:               Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Venue:             U.S. Consulate, 1 Sandton Drive, Sandhurst

Time:               Registration: 08:00-09:00 / Seminar: 09:00-14:45

Cost:               R499-00 members / R799-00 non-members (incl VAT and lunch)

Parking:           Sandton City Shopping Centre

(delegates will receive parking vouchers on registration)

Booking:          RSVP to Melitta Openshaw – melitta@jcci.co.za by 5 March 2015

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BOOKING FORM: U.S.–AFRICA BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SEMINAR

Seating is limited – bookings are only confirmed once payment is received.

Cancellations must be made, in writing, 48 hours prior to the event.

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Direct Deposit: JCCI, Standard Bank, Braamfontein. Branch 004805 / Account 0033 42530

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