AFRICA-U.S. Private Sector Forum
CAMAM President and CEO Francis Ikome featured among a group of distinguished panelists and experts at the Africa-U.S. Private Sector Forum in Washington, D.C.
Ikome discussed Africa-related issues, such as U.S. trade and the role and importance of AGOA in fostering bilateral trade. See Program Details HERE.
The Africa-U.S. Private Sector Forum was focused on, “Partnerships for Increased Technical and Financial Investments into Africa,” and was organized by African Leadership magazine and Global Political Solutions.
The forum aimed at boosting trade and investment relations between the United States and Africa, increasing technical and financial investment flows and directly link U.S. investors and corporations with industry-specific projects and opportunities for business development within participating African countries.
Several African presidential delegations, private sector leaders, government officials and other relevant stakeholders attended from Tanzania, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Ghana, Seychelles and Mauritius, among others.