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Associations, Energy, Environment, HR, Press and Media — By on March 12, 2015 at 6:07 PM

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African Business Group
Upcoming events not to be missed!

Impact of the Fluctuating Oil Price in Africa
31st March 2015 

The Business Council for Africa is delighted to be holding a joint event with Stephenson Harwood to discuss the implications on African economies of the drop in oil prices. In the light of the current fluctuating oil price, the panel will discuss and give their views on, and insights into, the consequences not only for the sector itself but also the wider impact it is having on the ability of Governments to fund infrastructure and social development and for economies to grow. To find out more click here

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Speed Meet Africa
20-21 March 2015

If you’re thinking of returning home and are interested in career and property opportunities, then register now for Homecoming Revolution Speed Meet Africa at Olympia onFriday 20th and Saturday 21st March.  Entrance is complimentary on pre-registration, but capacity is filling up fast. There’s also an amazing all inclusive luxury trip to Masai Mara to be won. Click HEREto find out more. 

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The Annual Debate
21st April 2015

The half-day Business Council for Africa debates provide an annual interactive meeting place for companies and individuals doing business or with an interest in doing so in sub-Saharan Africa. The BCA are proud to announce Zeinab Badawi, Presenter of BBC World News & Chair of Royal African Society will be the keynote speaker for the Gala dinner. So come and hear different African business issues discussed and connect to other businesses with African investments. For agenda click here

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Tanzania Deputy Minister for Trade & Industry-Past Event

On the 26th February the Tanzania Deputy Minister for Trade & Industry, Hon. Janet Mbene discussed the current climate of the business environment and investment opportunities in Tanzania. She also discussed the ‘Big Results Now’ (BRN) programme, launched 2 years ago, which identifies 7 priority sectors for investment. These include energy & natural gas, agriculture and water.  

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