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Angolan Trade and Investment Forum in the Cape

Angola is sub-Saharan Africa’s third largest economy and one of the world’s fastest growing markets, with forecasts for strong economic growth in the coming years. With several structural reforms undertaken by the Angolan government, the country is set to diversify its economy from oil and gas into other sectors.

On the 13th of November 2015, the Angola Trade and Investment Forum (ATIF) at the River Club, in Cape Town, South Africa will provide an opportunity for Angola to showcase itself as an attractive and viable FDI destination to prospective investors. ATIF offers a platform to identify investment opportunities and allow attendees seek strategic partnerships and alliances as well as project financing in the high growth Angolan market. It is aimed at attracting investors and advisors from financial institutions to invest into companies or projects in Angola.

The forum will also provide a unique opportunity to learn about the new Private Investment Law of Angola which came into effect on 11 August 2015.
ATIF will promote business and investment cooperation in key industry sectors including: Energy, Agribusiness, Tourism, Real Estate and Property Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure, ICT and Financial Services.

It will feature top business establishments and high profile individuals as resource persons. The full-day conference and Exhibition Programme will include presentations, panel discussions and B2B match-making opportunities and participation from the following groups:

  • C-Level industry executives
  • WESGRO
  • APIEX (Agência para Promoção de Investimento e Exportações – Angola Agency for Promotion of Investment and Exports)
  • Trade Missions and Diplomatic Corps in South Africa
  • Government Ministries
  • Leading Investment Banking and Financial Institutions
  • Real Estate and Property Developers
  • Energy and Mining

For Sponsorship and Branding opportunities contact:     

Aurelio Sekesseke - E:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.      T: +27 21 250 0056

For more details on the program and  participation contact:

Irene Ochem - E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.      C: +27 76 052 1199

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