- The Infrastructure Africa Business Forum highlights on private and public infrastructure development on the African Continent.
- This is a must-attend event for any stakeholder involved in major infrastructure projects, rural development, urbanisation and cross-border PIDA projects on the African continent
- The guest speaker list includes both local and international infrastructure academics, government commissions and captains of industry.
- A 20% discount is offered to those delegates who will be travelling from outside of South Africa.
VIPs in the global infrastructure sector will be guest speakers at the 7th annual Infrastructure Africa Summit which will be held at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg on the 9 -10th October 2018. The quality of the guest speakers list is a testament to the focus global and regional leaders are placing on infrastructure development on the African Continent.
This is Africa’s premier infrastructure event offering companies the opportunity to focus on the continent’s growth hotspots, discuss infrastructure trends, and meet project developers and relevant government authorities whilst exploring infrastructure business opportunities.
Smart cities are connected cities both in technology plus infrastructures like highways, roads, railway and bridges. Climate change brings a new urgency to water supply and dam infrastructure while renewable energy projects are set to transform energy supply to a greener future.
There is a special 20% discount offered to those travelling from outside of South Africa.
If you are involved in infrastructure projects, rural development, urbanisation and cross-border PIDA projects in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Namibia, Angola and DRC then this is a must attend event for you. Come and connect with infrastructure stakeholders who include the continent’s most prominent architects, academics, financiers, legal experts and planners.
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Hurry, there are not many places left.
Author: Bryan Groenendaal