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Unlocking lucrative investment opportunities in African infrastructure: Infrastructure Africa Business Forum 2024

14th May 2024

     

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As Africa continues to undergo rapid urbanisation and economic growth, the demand for infrastructure development has never been more pressing. The Infrastructure Africa Business Forum, scheduled for 16 – 17 July 2024 in Cape Town, South Africa, presents a unique platform for investors to explore and capitalise on the continent's burgeoning infrastructure opportunities.

Highlighting Investment Potential:

With an estimated $100 billion annual infrastructure investment gap in Africa, the continent offers a vast landscape of investment potential across various sectors, including transportation, energy, water, and telecommunications. The Infrastructure Africa Business Forum serves as a gateway for investors to identify and leverage these opportunities for mutual benefit.

Sectoral Focus:

The forum will feature dedicated sessions and panel discussions on key infrastructure sectors, providing deep insights into emerging trends, regulatory frameworks, and investment incentives. From renewable energy projects to transport infrastructure developments, attendees will gain first-hand knowledge of high-potential investment avenues poised for exponential growth.

Networking with Industry Leaders:

In addition to informative sessions, the forum offers unparalleled networking opportunities with industry leaders, government officials, project developers, and financial institutions. Attendees will have the chance to forge strategic partnerships, explore co-investment opportunities, and establish connections that drive successful infrastructure ventures in Africa.

"The Infrastructure Africa Business Forum serves as a catalyst for mobilising capital towards sustainable infrastructure projects on the continent. It provides a platform for investors to engage directly with project developers and government stakeholders, fostering collaboration and driving impactful investments." commented Liz Hart, Managing Director of the Infrastructure Africa Business Forum.

Registration Information:

Investors, financiers, project developers, and stakeholders interested in seizing Africa's infrastructure investment opportunities are encouraged to register for the Infrastructure Africa Business Forum. 

Event Details:

Date: 16 – 17 July 2024

Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa

Registration: https://www.infrastructure-africa.com/register/

Website: https://www.infrastructure-africa.com

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter

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