The West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU, also known by its French acronym, UEMOA), is one of the strategic partners of the 1st edition of the EU-Africa B2B Forum (http://www.eu-africa-cc.org) to be held on 06 -08 May 2015 in Mons (Belgium), with Euronews as main media partner.
The UEMOA will present several investment projects, including projects on roads linking the most important West African cities, during a dedicated workshop. Other African Countries as Ghana, Rwanda, Madagascar, Cape Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Morocco, and Senegal have also been invited to present investment opportunities.
The main focus of the EU-Africa B2B Forum is to provide a high level platform for Business-to-Business (B2B) and matchmaking meetings. The EU-Africa B2B Forum enables business contacts between professionals from African and European private sectors.
More than are already 500 participants registered from over 50 countries: http://bit.ly/1GmhQEO
Among high level participants invited to attend the EU-Africa B2B Forum 2015, is HEM John Dramani Mahama, President of Ghana, as well as Ministers from different African countries who confirmed their participation: HEM Narson Rafidimanana, Minister of Industry and Private Sector Development, Madagascar; HEM Frédéric Nikièma, Minister of Communication, Spokesman of the Government, Burkina Faso; HEM Emmanuel Bonde, Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, Cameroon; HEM Lahcen Haddad, Minister of Tourism, Morocco; HEM Elio Di Rupo, Former Prime Minister, Mayor City of Mons, Belgium; HEM Willy Borsu, Minister of the Middle Class, SMEs, Self-employed and Agriculture, Belgium.
See confirmed high-level participants here: http://bit.ly/1GmhQEO
The EU-Africa B2B Forum is also partner to this year European Business Summit: http://www.ebsummit.eu
The EU-Africa B2B Forum will take place in Mons, this year European Capital of Culture.
Latest Agenda: http://bit.ly/1AHDXli
The EU-Africa Chamber of Commerce (EUACC) is headquartered in Brussels since 2012. The EUACC’s mission is to promote the development of the African private sector and to encourage win-win and sustainable business partnerships between the European and African private sectors.
Source: EU-Africa Chamber of Commerce (EUACC)