a.. West Africa Investment Forum, 30 March-1 April, Abuja, Nigeria
b.. SoliMed gala: celebrating 15 years of operation, 3 April, Paris, France
c.. Third International Conference of Nigerian Students, 4th April, United Kingdom
d.. Fifth Foreign Investment Network International Business Conference, 26-28 April, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
e.. II International Conference and Exhibition of Development Cooperation, 27-29 April, Dakar, Senegal
f.. London Business School Africa Day, 16 May, London, United Kingdom
g.. Sixth Annual Rwanda Convention Association, 15-17 May, Montreal, Canada
h.. Careers in Morocco Forum, 16 May, Paris, France
i.. Effective Leadership and Corporate Coaching Conference, 4-5 June, Johannesburg, South Africa
j.. International Conference on Industry Growth, Investment and Competitiveness in Africa, 8-10 June, Abuja, Nigeria
k.. Women in Africa and the African Diaspora’s Fourth Annual International Conference, 3-8 August, Abuja, Nigeria
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a.. African Conservation and Development Foundation Launches
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West Africa Investment Forum
Abuja, Nigeria 30 March-1 April 2009
This event is a unique private-public programme on business and investment. Benefits of attending include networking opportunities with investors, government representatives and global business leaders; learning and keeping up-to-date about the growing West African market; and gaining a major competitive advantage in major projects in the West Africa region.
For more information, contact Sunayna Sethi at +44 (0) 20 7024 8219 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register, visit http://waif09.eventbrite.com/
SoliMed Gala celebrating 15 years of operation
Paris, France 3 April 2009
SoliMed organizes and participates in medical missions to help those in poverty in Algeria by sending doctors and logisticians to the poorest and most underdeveloped regions of the country. The celebration gala will include dinner and entertainment, followed by dancing. All proceeds from the evening will fund SoliMed medical missions.
Location: 98 quai de la rapče, 75012 Paris
Pre-sale tickets are €40, on-site tickets are €50.
For more information, visit http://www.solimed.net/.
Third International Conference of Nigerian Students (ICONS 2009)
United Kingdom 4-5 April 2009
Organised by the Xn Foundation and taking place at the University of Hull in the UK. The theme is 'Networking for development'.
For more information, visit www.xnfoundation.org.
Fifth Foreign Investment Network International Business Conference
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 26-28 April 2009
This event will bring renowned speakers and industry experts to highlight the thought-provoking issues through presentations, case studies and best practices in the international business arena. There will also be structured meetings with policy makers. The purposes of the conference are to bring together global business leaders for one-to-one meetings; to provide a platform for interaction, networking and exchange of ideas; to understand the current trends in the international business arena from experts; and to explore linkages with project financiers and technical partners.
To register, visit http://www.foreigninvestmentnetworks.com/conf_registration.php.
II International Conference and Exhibition of Development Cooperation
Dakar, Senegal 27-29 April 2009
This conference will serve as a gathering place for NGOs, cooperation and development institutions, United Nations agencies, aid-receiving African countries, and firms that contribute equipment for cooperation, development, humanitarian aid projects and emergencies, so they can present their activities and exchange experiences. On the other side the conference will be a point of reflection on the development problems, especially in the African continent. Through conferences, roundtable talks and showcases there will be an opportunity to debate cooperation and development subjects.
For more information, contact Juan Carlos Collado, co-general director, at email@example.com or visit http://www.developmentcooperationdakar.org/inicio_ing.html.
Sixth Annual Rwanda Convention Association
Montreal, Canada 15-17 May 2009
Rwanda Convention Association welcomes you to our sixth annual convention in Montreal, Canada on May 15th to 17th. Our theme is "Diaspora: Educating the Business Minds Today." Through education, business investment, and youth-building the Rwandan Diaspora hold the power and knowledge to build Urwanda Rw'ejo (Tomorrow's Rwanda).
For more information, visit www.rwandaconvention.org or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
London Business School Africa Day
London, United Kingdom 16 May 2009
London Business School's Africa Club is delighted to invite you to Africa Day 2009. The conference will take place on Saturday, 16 May 2009 at London Business School from 9AM to 5PM, with a gala dinner to follow.
The eighth annual Africa Day conference will focus on the "Investment Climate in Africa: Navigating the Global Downturn". This year, our four panels will discuss:
1) Innovative Financing in Africa
2) Natural Resources: Curse or Blessing?
3) China's Growing Influence in Africa
4) Growth Sectors Beating the Downturn
Keynote speakers will include Hakeem Belo-Osagie (Chairman, Metis Capital Partners), Ebenezer N. Essoka (CEO, Standard Chartered Bank, South Africa), Ahmed Heikal (Co-Founder, Citadel Capital), and Omari Issa (CEO, Investment Climate Facility for Africa).
For updates, please visit http://www.londonafricaclub.org/africaday
Careers in Morocco Forum
Paris, France 16 May 2009
This flagship event is part of the national strategy for the return of skilled Moroccan workers living abroad and their willingness to participate actively in Moroccan development by creating platforms for exchange, encounter and reflection. This event is for Moroccan students, graduates and professionals living in Europe and is an opportunity to meet and exchange views about the Moroccan economic situation and learn about career opportunities and collaboration.
For more information, visit www.careersinmorocco.com/paris or email Hamza Idrissi at email@example.com.
Effective Leadership and Corporate Coaching:
Igniting business performance through world-class corporate coaches
Johannesburg, South Africa 4-5 Jun 2009
The conference will address key features covering: harnessing important leadership characteristics; encouraging initiation through enhanced communication strategies; developing individual sense of belonging in an organisation as a drive for them to achieve bigger goals and work; mastering the different types of corporate coaching. Related to these features, the conference will address key topics such as: creating a department in which everyone is motivated and willing to reach for greater heights; encouraging everyone to create a foundation for departmental success through building a strong team spirit; acknowledging what makes your department important; developing the trust by talking the talk.
For more information, contact Hennie Potgieter at +27 11 516 1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The International Conference on Industry Growth, Investment and Competitiveness in Africa
Abuja, Nigeria 8-10 June 2009
IGICA provides the opportunity to discuss the various national and international investment opportunities and how they will impact industrial growth in Africa. The event will also provide networking opportunities as the bridges between the private sector and governments, between emerging markets and developed markets, between small businesses and the international private sector, between universities and industry. This event will be attended by industry leaders, high-level government representatives and leaders of industry and commerce.
To register, visit http://www.kfint.com/igica/registration.php.
Women in Africa and the African Diaspora's Fourth Annual International Conference: Education, Gender and Sustainable Development in the Age of Globalisation
Abuja, Nigeria 3-8 August 2009
The 4th WAAD interdisciplinary conference will provide opportunities for constituencies inside and outside the academy – researchers, academicians, practitioners, policy makers, professionals, and students from various disciplines – to discuss the education of women and girls in Africa and African Diaspora and explore its relationship to sustainable development in a rapidly globalising, complex world. For over a decade, the WAAD conferences have provided the space for women and men of different races, religious persuasions and ideological leanings to engage in vigorous and fruitful debates on issues relating to women in Africa and the African Diaspora.
To register, visit http://www.waadconf.org/forms/registration.php.
For more information, contact Professor Obioma Nnaemeka, Convener, at 001 317 278 2038.
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Imperial Leadership Academy
With a focus on cutting edge quality knowledge, excellence in customer service and good value for money, Imperial Leadership Academy specializes in customised classroom training solutions for banks, insurers and financial institutions. We seek to learn about the needs of the client, the goals, the background of the participants and in particular the markets within which the participants seek to operate. Our courses, materials and case studies reflect the changes that the clients face. Our training is focused, practical and results-oriented to enhance the application of learned concepts by the participants in their daily work life.
Imperial Leadership Academy delivers cost-effective in-house training programmes that allow you to determine the content, depth, attendee size, structure, length and sequence of the training within the security of your own firm and premises, in addition to public courses and half-, one-and two-day training workshops and seminars in key risk areas for your staff on a topical basis.
Contact the London office at +44 (560) 156 9887
Contact the Lagos office at +234 (1) 7608 341
Or email any enquiries to email@example.com
African Conservation and Development Foundation Launches
ACDEF believes in the power of collective efforts in reaching regional to global targets in the area of sustainable development in Africa. With a well-established local network at all levels in Africa, ACDEF is a platform constituted of biologists, economists, development experts, environmental lawyers, conservation and development activists bonded by the common drive to overcome the daunting challenges facing Africa in reaching the UN Millennium Development Goals and tackling the current and emerging threats from climate change. ACDEF is a not-for-profit international organisation headquartered in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
For more information, visit http://www.acdef.org/.
To register your interest or for any other information, please contact SLDN by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EC -UN Joint Migration and Development Inititiative
The Community is facilitated by the EC-UN Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI) as part of its role to support civil society groups and local authorities in making migration work for development. The Migration for Development Community of Practice was formed at the Brussels Knowledge Fair and brings together a wide range of stakeholders – from members of civil society, NGOs and academia, to representatives of Local Authorities, United Nations agencies, the European Commission and national governments. This virtual community is a forum where members of these organizations can interact, discuss Migration and Development-related issues, share experiences and information and receive technical support and advice.
To view messages online, visit: http://groups.dev-nets.org/read/?forum=m4d
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- Group Production Manager, Nairobi, Kenya, degree in Engineering or Food Technology, over 10 years experience in specific (beverage production) industry with at least 5 years in senior management.
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- Sales Manager for institutional business (eastern and southern Africa), southern Africa, minimum of 8 years experience and ideally with solid experience in Sales Institutional Business (Governmental Organizations) in Africa.
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