|Event Date/Time: Oct 30, 2012||End Date/Time: Nov 01, 2012|
AIF:2012 has been designed to meet the needs of African stakeholders looking to capitalise on the increasing potential of Chinese and Asian technology and the growing investment appetite in Africa by investors considering an increased footprint on the continent.
Africa is one of the most exciting investment destinations for energy and natural resources and at AIF:2012, we aim to showcase key projects currently under development, examining how those projects will be powered, operated and delivered successfully to maximise efficiency and project success.
AIF:2012 will focus on the infrastructure projects aiding resource optimisation for major power users such as mining, minerals and the energy sector. Taking place at the breathtaking Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, AIF: 2012 boasts the perfect setting for networking receptions, private meetings and first-class entertaining.
Why attend AIF: 2012 Hong Kong?
- Meet and do business with Libya, Nigeria, Senegal, DRC and East African stakeholders all under one roof
- Learn about the investment climate in Africa from African government officials, utilities, regulators and already established investors
- Promote your technologies and manpower skills both at home and abroad
- Discuss the next step for your business in specific territories and showcase your company as a credible project partner
Most importantly, the Africa Infrastructure Forum will provide a platform for buyers and sellers to come together to discuss project solutions.
Who will you meet?
• Technology developers from China, Korea and Japan
• Material manufactures from across Asia
• Stakeholders from Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Mozambique, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal and Libya
• Global investors and legal service provides from the world’s most experienced Africa-focused companies
• EPC contractors and project partners already heavily invested in Africa
• Localisation experts
‘Infrastructure investment, both public and private, is fundamental for sustained, long term growth and the African Development Bank remains deeply committed to supporting partnerships with governments, the industry and other financiers’ - Tas Anvaripour, Head of Infrastructure Finance & PPP, African Development Bank – Development Sponsor, AIF:2012 Hong Kong
BOOK TODAY FOR YOUR PLACE AT THIS YEARS MOST EXCITING AFRICAN TRADING POST.
To register your interest for AIF:2012 or to receive more informaton, please contact:
Amy Offord - firstname.lastname@example.org