The Corporate Council on Africa’s fourth U.S. – Africa Infrastructure Conference will be held at the JW Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C., from April 27 – 29, 2010.
This year’s conference, which is themed “Building Dynamic Growth in Africa,” focuses on key economic sectors in Africa, including information and communication technology, alternative energy, and human security. The effects of climate change on Africa are also a focus, along with available instruments for project finance.
Immediately following the World Bank spring 2010 meetings, the conference brings together senior U.S. and African private sector and government officials; key decision makers from leading U.S. infrastructure companies; financial institutions; and international organizations with a vested interest in infrastructure investment and growth on the continent.
The conference presents attendees with the latest infrastructure trade and investment opportunities, funding sources, power and ICT projects, financing, and national security in Africa, while providing a space for potential business partner formation through an array of networking opportunities.
The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) is the leading resource for U.S. companies engaged in doing business on the African continent. CCA programs, including the 2010 U.S.-Africa Infrastructure Conference, help the public quickly understand the African business climate and identify specific trade and investment opportunities.In advance of the conference, visit the CCA website at www.africacncl.org for regular program updates and/or to register. Contact CCA Infrastructure Director Vivienne Sequeira at (202) 835-1115 or email@example.com with any questions.