Over 120 Companies from 31 Countries to Gather at Project East Africa Summit


The demand for places at the Project East Africa Summit continues with more than 120 companies from across 31 countries now booked to engage with the host of projects and commercial opportunities that Kenya and the wider region has to offer.

Project East Africa is hosted by the Ministry of Transport & Infrastructure and co-hosted by the East Africa Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture and takes place at the Nairobi Intercontinental Hotel on the 16 – 17 February 2016. The Summit will provide a platform for leading decision makers to engage with international and local investors to showcase the abundant opportunities available throughout the region.

Project East Africa is a two-day conference and the programme will feature presentations and case-studies from Government and industry leaders gathered from Kenya, the region and throughout the world. At Project East Africa there are ample opportunities for the national and international audience to network and forge meaningful business partnerships.

Delegates will be attending from countries such as Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, Oman, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States.

With such a diverse and international audience attending it highlights the keen interest of companies wishing to invest in the opportunities available in Kenya and throughout the region.

SkyPower Global – the largest and one of the most successful developers and owners of utility-scale solar energy projects in the world has also recently confirmed as a gold sponsor for Project East Africa. SkyPower Global joins several other big names event sponsors from across the industry including, Kenya Airports Authority, Africa Oil Corp., Komatsu, Mabey Bridge and Kenya Airways.

To learn more about the event, how to participate and other details on the programme, participating delegates, speakers and sponsors, please visit: www.projecteastafrica.com


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