CCA 2021 business summit: 'New pathways to a stronger US-Africa economic partnership'

CCA 2021 business summit: 'New pathways to a stronger US-Africa economic partnership'

The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) will hold this year's 13th U.S.-Africa Business Summit virtually to build sustainable partnerships and opportunities between key government and private sector decision-makers across America and the African continent.

With participation from over 1,000 U.S. and African business executives and government leaders, this year's CCA Summit will give your organization a seat at the table in building new pathways to strengthen the economic partnership between the United States and Africa. 

The multi-day conference will address the rapidly evolving models for business and investment in the continent's most pressing sectors and offer countless opportunities to meet new partners, gather insights, and meet your business development goals.

The Summit will spotlight the next phase of growth in the U.S.-Africa economic partnership, focusing on key strategies such as:

  • Health Security
  • African regional and U.S.-Africa trade
  • The Future of Energy
  • Agribusiness
  • Digital Transformation
  • Manufacturing Ecosystems;
  • Trade Finance; 
  • Women and Diaspora-empowered trade; 
  • and more...

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