Monday, February 1Close

9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Registration

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Welcome Reception

Enjoy hors d'oeuvres and cocktails while mingling with colleagues and making new connections.

Hon. Michael Lally, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Europe, The Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
Tuesday, February 2Open

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Coffee and Networking

Coffee break compliments of your Summit exhibitors.  

9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Opening Plenary - Welcome

Zain Verjee, President, Zain Verjee Group - welcomed all guests, participants and Ministers.

Dr. Arega Yirdaw, CEO, MIDROC Ethiopia - started his speech by greeting all guests, participants and Honorable Ministers . He then proceeded with giving an insight about MIDROC Ethiopia, a private investment company in Ethiopia working in different sectors:  hotel and tourism, aviation, mining, agro-Industries,  construction, education etc... 

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Master of Ceremonies
Zain Verjee, President, Zain Verjee Group
Welcome Remarks
Paul Hinks, Chairman, Corporate Council on Africa 
The Honorable Patricia Haslach, U.S. Ambassador, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, U.S. Department of State
Dr. Arega Yirdaw, CEO, MIDROC Ethiopia
H.E. Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Chairperson, African Union Commission 
Special Remarks
Noah Samara, Chairman & CEO, Yazmi, USA LLC.  
Introduction of Keynote
Stephen Hayes, CEO, Corporate Council on Africa
Keynote Speaker
H.E. Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister, The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Opening Plenary

Strategic Infrastructure to Sustain Africa’s Economic Growth
Session recap will be available soon.

Rosa Whitaker, CEO, The Whitaker Group 
H.E. Albert Mabri, Foreign Minister, Republic of Cote d'Ivoire
H.E. Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Vice President, The Federal Republic of Nigeria H.E. Hage Geingob, President, Republic of Namibia
Samuel Dossou-Aworet, Chairman and CEO, Petrolin Group
Ali Haddad, President, Forum de Chefs d'Enterprise, Algeria
David Picard, Regional Manager, Africa and Middle East, Caterpillar, Inc.   


12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Sector Focus

Health | Beyond 2015: Opportunities for Engagement on Global Health Frameworks
Session recap will be available soon.

Gregg Alton, Executive Vice President of Corporate and Medical Affairs, Gilead Sciences
Dr. Evan Lee, MD, Vice President of Global Health Programs & Strategy, Eli Lilly and Company
Charles "Chip" Lyons, President & CEO, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation; U.S. Representative to the Executive Board of UNICEF
Dr. Amit N. Thakker, MD, Chairman, Kenya Healthcare Federation; Founder, East Africa Healthcare Federation

Finance | The Emerging Role of the Capital Markets
Session recap will be available soon.

Khaled Al-Aboodi, CEO, Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector
Megan Rapp, Africa Team Lead, Development Credit Authority (DCA), USAID
Walter Van Dorn, Partner, Dentons

Agribusiness | What does it take to Create a Successful Agribusiness Venture?

During this session, panelists discussed their views on building a modern and economically viable agribusiness sector given Africa’s arable land, investment opportunities and the need to address food security. The moderator opened the session with the question of what constitutes a successful business venture. Although panelists had a slightly different definition based on their own experiences, they all agreed that the common thread that determined success was the development of a viable agricultural value chain, complementary public/private partnerships, good training programs, access to finance, and a supportive enabling environment (government).

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Khalid Bomba, Chief Executive Officer, Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation

Mamadou Biteye, Managing Director of African Regional Office, Rockefeller Foundation
Jason P.H. Brantley, Managing Director, John Deere (Pty), Ltd.
Sandy Oppenheim, Managing Partner, Vital Capital Fund
Thomas Welke, President, GSI Group

12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Special Session

Understanding Africa’s Fast Moving Consumer Goods Industry

Africa is growing at a rate of 5+% and the rest of the world agrees that Africa is rising.
So how do we distribute and sell fast moving consumer goods (FMCG)?
There is an incredible opportunity to sell to the 4 billion poor people of the world but in order to do so, one needs to understand price, product and distribution. With FMCG, it’s all about understanding the local market.

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Steve Gutterman, President, Mobile Accord/GeoPoll

Hon. Michael Lally, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Europe, The Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
Zemedeneh Negatu, Managing Partner - Ethiopia and Head - Transaction Advisory Services, Ernst & Young
Clive Potter, Global Head, Consumer Sector, South Africa, Standard Bank
Faisal Sabzwari, Vice President for South and East Africa, Procter and Gamble
Vimal Shah, CEO, Bidco Oil Refineries

1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Networking Lunch

2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Plenary

Africa's Economic Outlook for 2016

Ms. Iluyemi opened with a description of the challenges that emerging markets are facing as a result of declining commodity prices and asked the panelists for an assessment of how their countries were adjusting. 

Ambassador Dos Santos noted that:
-- Mozambique’s economy grew at 7 % in 2015 and expects comparable growth in 2016;      
-- Its economy has been resilient and has strong macroeconomic fundamentals based on reforms enacted by the Finance Ministry and Central Bank to stabilize the economy; 

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Temitope Iluyemi, Assoc. Dir. Global Govt. Relations & Public Policy, SSA, Procter & Gamble
H.E. Carlos dos Santos, Ambassador of Mozambique to the U.S. 
Antonio Henriques Silva, Chairman, Agency for the Promotion of Investments & Exports of Angola
Ali Haddad, President, Forum des Chefs d’Entreprises, Algeria

3:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. Coffee Break

4:15 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Special Sessions

The UN's Sustainable Development Goals: Leveraging the SDGs to Enhance Business and Economic Growth 
Session recap will be available soon.

Diane Willkens, President and CEO,  Development Finance International, Inc.

Francis Gatare, CEO, Rwanda Development Board
Kadidia Konare, Special Advisor to the President, Republic of Mali
Dr. Josephine Ngure, Resident Representative, Ethiopia, African Development Bank
Ayodele Odusola, Chief, Strategy and Analysis, Regional Bureau for Africa, United Nations Development Programme
Haddis Tadesse, Country Representative, Ethiopia, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 

The Business of Conservation

Minister Mzembi and Mr. Richer opened the panel with discussion on the vital role conservation plays in attracting visitors. Mr. Mzembi identified conservation as 80% of the African tourism product, including national parks and wildlife watching.  This important factor will require community co-management of the resources, human and wildlife co-existence, interaction between conservation, and ecosystems, and effective law enforcement, particularly to curtail poaching. There must be realism on how conservation for the purposes of tourism relates to how local communities exist. Simply put, conservation will require community buy-in and an understanding of how conservation contributes to both its short and long term quality of life issues. 

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Paul Harrison, Head, Wildlife Programme, UNDP

Hon. Dr. Walter Mzembi (MP), Minister of Tourism and the Zimbabwean Tourism Authority
Louis Onyango Otieno, Director, Corporate Affairs-4Afrika
Steve Richer, Managing Principal, PRIMAPACT Group
Mefthe Tadesse, Ethiopia Country Director, TechnoServe


4:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Doing Business - Ethiopia

Session recap will be available soon.

4:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Doing Business - Nigeria

Session recap will be available soon.

7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. State Dinner

The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia hosted a special dinner for in honor of U.S.-Africa Business Summit delegates at the Sheraton. The reception featured a unforgettable performance of traditional dances from different tribes across Ethiopia.
Wednesday, February 3Open

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Coffee and Networking

9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Sector Focus

Energy | Africa’s Energy Outlook
Session recap will be available soon 

Infrastructure | African Resources to Unlock Infrastructure Financing

The discussion addressed the issues, instruments and techniques used to create successful achievement of goals set in the post 2015 development agenda. These measures are in reference to the Millennium Development Goals for infrastructure financing and for unlocking the financing for those projects effecting Africa’s progress and growth. Panelists emphasized Africa’s ability to realize the 2030 timeframe as contingent on the global community’s cooperation and interest. One of the measures mentioned was the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), which is a merger of the Millennium Partnership for Africa’s Recovery Program (MAP) and the Omega Plan. The discussion is rooted around the visions and policies contained within the framework, potential priority subsectors for infrastructure financing, as well as how to unlock venture capital. Water and sanitation, as well as energy and transport services are just a few of the infrastructure sectors in need of capital. These sectors were mentioned with emphasis on ways to attract stakeholder investment.

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Wale Adeosun, Founding Partner and CIO, Kuramo Capital Management LLC

H.E. Axel M. Addy, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Liberia
Ayotunde Anjorin, CFO, Africa Finance Corporation
Paul Sullivan, Vice President, International Business Development, Acrow Bridge
Admassu Tadesse, President and CEO, PTA Bank

Security | Linking Maritime, Airport and Port Security to Increased Trade

Security will become more and more important as the middle class increases and travel becomes more prevalent.  As Africa is not well endowed with roads and railways, airplanes are the most used for travel and trade.   Therefore it is in the interest of government and private sector to review, improve and enforce security procedures at Africa’s airports while waiting for other modes of transportation to catch up. 

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Oluseyi (Seyi) Onabanjo, Managing Director, Atikori Technologies 

Jean-Michel Caffin, Managing Director, North America, Amarante International
Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO, Ethiopian Airlines
Miguel Santos, Managing Director for Africa and Middle East, The Boeing Company
Senator Hadi Sirika, Minister of State for Aviation, Federal Republic of Nigeria

9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Special Session

Driving Economic Growth Through the Automobile Sector

The Automobile Sector in Africa is one of the sectors that has the potential to uplift a great number of people. It is already playing a significant role in Africa’s economic growth as the middle class expands and sees its purchasing power grow.

To boost this sector, African governments need to adopt a globally standardized regulatory framework to ensure the quality of products. An example to follow is the European market where policies are consistent from one country to the next.  A few nations such as Morocco stand out as they have succeeded in creating a framework to address the needs of the sector.  

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Zain Asher, News Anchor, CNN

James Benintende, President, Middle East and Africa, Ford Motor Company
Dr. Raouf Ghabbour, Chairman & CEO, GB Auto
Aminu Jalal, Director General, National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC)
Abdelaziz Meftah, Director, Moroccan Association of Industry and Commerce (AMICA)

10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Coffee Break

10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Roundtable

Doing Business in the Great Lakes Region
Roundtable recap will be available soon. 

Ambassador Said Djinnit, Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region, United Nations
Gabor Beszterczey, Senior Program Management Officer, O/SESG-GL)
Wivine Matipa Mumba, Director General, ANAPI, Democratic Republic of Congo
Tomas Sales, Manager, Private Sector Regional Program - African Facility for Inclusive Markets (AFIM)

10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Sector Focus

Agribusiness | The Role of Women in Agribusiness

The moderator opened the session stating that the most pressing challenge facing Africa is how to harness the full potential of the agribusiness sector where African women play key roles along the value chain from production, processing to distribution. She cited that the major opportunity for transforming Africa’s agricultural sector lies in the dynamism of food markets. As evidenced, she cited the World Bank estimates that Africa’s market for food could be valued at more than $1,000 billion by 2030 compared to $313 billion today. She also stated that in order for this transformation to occur, Africa has to be a player in the processing of food and women, who currently make up 50% of the agricultural workforce but have less than 3% ownership.  Before opening the floor for discussion, she talked about the path forward leading to increased output, world class products, inter-African trade and a shift in finance to support value added goods.

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Mary Chege, Director, DFI Africa

Phyllis Johnson, CEO, BD Imports
Rahel Moges, Managing Director, EthioGreen Production and Industry PLC
Patricia Sheikh, Director, Agribusiness, Corporate Council on Africa
Rahama Wright, Founder and CEO, Shea Yeleen Health

10:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Doing Business in Zimbabwe | Think Investment - Think Zimbabwe

Session recap will be available soon.

10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Special Session

Laying Foundations: Building Affordable Housing from the Ground Up
Session recap will be available soon.

Carole Kariuki, Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Private Sector Alliance

Yves Brosens, Partner, DLA Piper
Richard China, CEO, International Green Structures
Nimrod Gerber, CEO, Kora Housing
Peter Muraya, CEO, Suraya Property Group Ltd.

10:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Special Session

The Vault
Offers select companies a unique opportunity to meet with financial institutions from institutional investors, commercial banks, investment bankers, to private equity firms and venture capitalists during a series of 20-minute one-on-one interactive sessions. (To sign-up for this exclusive session, summit registrants must submit their application by Friday, December 4, 2015.)

Previously presented projects include: Real Estate Developments, Bridges, Agribusiness, Ports and Airports

The following financial institutions previously participated in The Vault:  Africa Finance Corporation, Azurest Partners, Delphos International, Ecobank, Emerging Capital Partners, International Finance Corporation, Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Pan African Capital Group, LLC, Société Générale, Standard Bank, The African Development Bank, United Bank for Africa, U.S. Trade and Development Agency, The World Bank Group

12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Networking Lunch

2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Sector Focus

Finance | Financing Africa's Private Sector Growth
In contrast to companies that have their own funding, emerging markets do not have the global reach to start their own businesses and are heavily dependent on new funds.

In order for African markets to attain this funding, a reasonably good governance and institutional framework needs to be implemented. In addition, there must be a clear track record on quality before a business can function as an independent corporation.
Currently, except for a promising real estate industry, it is indeed a challenging market for fundraising especially with the Macro market facing falling commodities prices.

Still in light of all this criticism we have to acknowledge the fact that because of imperialism, Africa’s private sector is only 20 years old and therefore has plenty of room to develop.  With time and patience, Africa’s private sector will catch up to the West and the stock exchange, as seen in Nigeria, is going to play a vital part in private sector growth and prosperity.

Darrell McGraw, Partner, Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP

Austin Ajunekwu Avuru, CEO, Seplat
James Mworia, CEO, Centum

Health | The Future of Health in Africa: Building Resilience to Achieve Universal Health Coverage

Session recap will be available soon.
Jeff Sturchio, PhD, President and CEO, Rabin Martin 
Dr. Samuel Adeniyi-Jones, MD, PhD, Director of Africa Region, Office of Global Affairs, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
H.E. Dr. Kesetebirhan Admasu, Minister of Health, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
Jemal Mohammed, Director for Leadership Management and Governance, Management Sciences for Health
Tarek Rabah, Area Vice-President, Middle East & Africa, AstraZeneca

ICT | Reinventing the Wheel: How Technology is Changing the Face of Business in Africa

Session recap will be available soon.

Addis Alemayehou, Chief Executive Officer, 251 Communications

Funlola Abe, Country Manager, Jumia, Kaymu and AIGx Ghana
Obi Ejimofo, Chief Operating Officer, Asoko Insight
Mark Pickens, Senior Director, Expand Access, Visa Inc.

Kai Wulff, Consulting Partner, Plexus Consulting Group

Tourism | Growing your National Tourism Economy

Focusing on Afro Tourism and its impact on the national economy helps to increase Africa's 3% market share of global tourism. Through our collective ability to generate tourism investment and development in Afro Tourism, we are exercising the ideal strategies and partnerships. Africa is a region in which we want to bring new investment, offer hospitality training, and increase market share. 

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Stephen Richer, Managing Principal, PRIMAPACT Group


Gail Adams, Former Director of the Office of Inter-governmental and External Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior
Aaron Munetsi, Regional General Manager - Africa and Middle East | Global Sales, South African Airways
Solomon Tadesse, CEO, Ethiopian Tourism Organization

3:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Coffee Break

Continue the conversation with speakers and colleagues while enjoying beverages.

3:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sector Focus

Defense and Security │ Partnerships to counter unmanned borders, piracy and extreme ideology
Session recap will be available soon.

Zain Asher, News Anchor, CNN International

Retired Lieutenant General Abdurahman Bello Dambazzau, CFR, PhD, Honorable Minister of Interior, Federal Republic of Nigeria
Ambassador Donald W. Koran, Director, J9, United States Africa Command
Dennys Plessas, Vice President, Business Development Initiatives, Lockheed Martin

Trade Facilitation | From Cape Town to Cairo: Scaling Success in Regional Trade

Session recap will be available soon.

Aubrey Hruby, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Africa Center, Atlantic Council

Dr. Amany Asfour, Chairperson, COMESA Business Council
Florizelle Liser, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Africa, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Ross McLean, President, The Dow Chemical Company, sub-Saharan Africa
Faisal Sabzwari, Vice President, Procter & Gamble, South and East Asia
Farouk Shamas Jiwa, Director, Public Policy and Corporate Responsibility (sub-Saharan Africa), MSD

Power Africa | Delivering 60 Million New Power Connections in Africa

U.S and African government leaders and private sector executives discussed conditions necessary to facilitate private sector investment and power projects. Power Africa’s achievements to date were examined, and challenges and solutions were identified for private sector investment.

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Karl Fickenscher, Deputy Coordinator, Power Africa, USAID

Paul Hinks, CEO, Symbion Power
Steve Jernigan, Managing Director of Development, Endeavor Energy Holdings
Kwame Parker, Executive & Head, Power Africa & Infrastructure, East Africa, CFC Stanbic Bank


3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. Special Session

Procurement: How to be a Successful Bidder 
Session recap will be available soon.

Tanya Cole, Senior Commercial Officer, U.S. Embassy, Ethiopia

Moses Ayiemba, Chief Regional Procurement Coordinator, Ghana, African Development Bank
Binyam Bedelu, Senior Procurement Specialist, Public Integrity and Openness, Africa Region, The World Bank Group, Governance Global Practice 
Jim Blades, Deputy Vice President, The Millennium Challenge Corporation 
Lida Fitts Regional Director (Acting) Sub-Saharan Africa, U.S. Trade and Development Agency
Prabhat Garg, Practice Lead and Senior Director – Program Procurements, The Millennium Challenge Corporation

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Reception - Motown Revue

Summit attendees enjoyed an evening of food and fun featuring performances by cast members of the Broadway hit, Motown.
Thursday, February 4Open

8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Coffee and Networking

9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Sector Focus

Energy | Fuel for Thought: Innovation across the Energy Sector
 Session recap will be available soon.

Laura Taylor-Kale, Senior Advisor for Policy and Operations, Office of the President and CEO, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)

Tobias Becker, Senior Vice President for Africa, ABB Ltd.
Alan Greenshields, Chief Technology Officer, Alevo
Francis Kibhisa, Managing Director, Rex Energy
Robert Schueffner, Microgrid Commercial Manager, Caterpillar

Health | Investing in Health: Partnerships for New Priorities

Session recap will be available soon.

Ambassador Sally Cowal (ret.), Senior Vice President, Global Health, American Cancer Society

Andras Fehervary, Vice President of EMEIA Government Affairs, Varian
Farid Fezoua, CEO, GE Healthcare Africa
Leslie Mancuso, PhD, RN, FAAN, President & CEO, Jhpiego
Sidharth Sinha, CEO, Vogue-Velocity International

Tourism | Developing A National Tourism Strategy

Session recap will be available shortly.

Funsho Peters, Chief Operating Officer, Afrotourism

Gail Adams, Former Director, Office of Inter-governmental and External Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Department of the Interior
Tewolde Gebremariam, Chief Executive Officer, Ethiopian Airlines
Stephen Richer, Managing Principal, PRIMAPACT

9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Special Session

An International Perspective to Investing in Africa
Africa is not one place, it is 54 countries - fragmented in both markets and in ways of doing business. 5 panelists from different markets in and outside of the continent shared their unique perspectives on how they do business in Africa. Panelists discussed the challenges they face doing business and where they see opportunities for growth.
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Francois Baird, Chairman, Edelman

William Asiko, CEO Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF)
Kiprono Kittony, Chairman, Kenya National Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Stefan Liebing, Chairman, Afrikaverein der Deutschen Wirtschaft
Rizanur Meral, President, TUSKON

John Small, CEO, Eastern Africa Association, The European Business Council for Africa and the Mediterranean (EBCAM)

Africa’s 21st Century Workforce: Increasing Skills
There is a mismatch between higher education and the job market outside academia, despite the fact that African governments are spending as much as twice the average public expenditure per university student in a year. African institutions have traditionally prepared students for public sector jobs, neglecting the needs of the private sector. Not only does the public sector struggle to absorb the increased demand for employment, but an additional burden is that university degrees which are often the entry requirement for government jobs, do not teach the necessary skills needed for such work, as they have never been specified. Most degrees tend to cater to bureaucratic and procedural tasks rather than innovative work: a problem of both public and private employers. Universities are spending a lot of unnecessary time and effort to train a workforce that companies have to retrain on hiring.

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Matthew Essieh, President, EAI Information Systems

Amrote Abdella, Regional Director, Microsoft 4Africa
Professor Timothy Brown, Distinguished Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, Rwanda
Jeffrey Fenimore, Principal, DLR Group
Prof. Noah Madimba, Vice Chancellor, CEO & Professor of Defense and Foreign Policy, KCA University, Nairobi
Nicholas Nesbitt, General Manager, IBM, Eastern Africa

10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Coffee Break

Continue the conversation with speakers and colleagues while enjoying beverages.

10:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Country Focus: Doing Business in Africa Forums

"Doing Business in Africa” forums are organized and run by the host country and give attendees the opportunity to learn about business opportunities, governmental policies and private success stories from high-level government officials and representatives from the host country.

10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Special Session

The Future of the Enabling Environment:  ICT, Power, Agriculture and Medical Technology in Africa
Session recap will be available shortly.

Katrin Kuhlmann, President, New Markets Lab

Jude Kearney, Shareholder and Chair; Africa Practice; Greenberg Traurig LLP
Swithin Munyantwali, Executive Director and Co-Founder, International Law Institute African Centre for Legal Excellence
Rob Smith, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Europe, Africa and Middle East, AGCO
Eric Trachtenberg, Director, Food & Agriculture, McLarty Associates
Kelly Willis, Senior Vice President, Global Public Health, United States Pharmacopeial Convention

Roundtable | Connectivity, Innovation and ICT Policy in Africa
Roundtable recap will be available shortly.

Facilited by: Witney Schneidman, Senior International Advisor, Africa, Covington & Burling LLP

12:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. Networking Luncheon

1:45 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Closing Plenary

African Industrial Revolution
Session recap will be available soon

Reed Kramer, CEO, AllAfrica Media Group

Peter Amangbo, CEO, Zenith Bank
Mossadeck Bally, CEO, Azalai Hotel Group
Samuel Dossou, Chairman and CEO, Petrolin Group
Loutfy Mansour, CEO, Mantrac Group

3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Vote of Thanks