Manchester - Africa Business Network and The Annual Forum is a business-led initiative aimed at increasing Greater Manchester ’s economic ties, commercial connectivity, trade relations, investment, FDIs, tourism, innovation, knowledge transfer, strengthening cultural and diaspora engagement with African countries.
Join us for the inaugural Annual AfBC Manchester - Africa Business Forum 2022 on Thursday 24 March 2022 at 13: 00 - 17:00 GMT. The theme for the event is: Unlocking Economic Relations, Trade, Investment, SME Supply Chains, Innovation, Digital Opportunities , Tourism and Cultural Linkages between Greater Manchester and African Countries.
Join our discussion to learn from our speakers and industry leaders current business growth, internationalisation and emerging opportunities between the Greater Manchester region and African countries. Join the forum to connect with like minded businesses, leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs in the region.
Join the virtual AfBC Leaders Forum discussion webinar on "The role and strategies of Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) to accelerate economic recovery and support for African owned businesses in the region to enhance economic participation and contribution" on Tuesday, 02 November 2021 between 15:30 - 17:00 pm.
We are pleased to invite you to join the virtual AfBC - North West England African Business Forum webinar on Thursday 25 November 2021 between 13: 00 - 15:00 GMT on Innovation, Digital and Technology Opportunities for African SMEs in Greater Manchester , Liverpool, Cumbria, Cheshire and Lancashire. Join to learn from our speakers and connect with like minded businesses, leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs.
On Thursday 09 September 2021 , African Business Chamber (AfBC) hosted a virtual Manchester African Business Forum discussion webinar between 13: 00 - 15:00 GMT to discuss ways to "Accelerate Inclusive Economic Growth, Engagement, Empowerment and Participation; Inclusive Innovation, Business Ecosystem, SME Growth and Minority in STEM industries".
The webinar attracted and was well attended by regional businesses, leaders, professionals, entrepreneurs and African diaspora community.
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