U.S.-Africa Trade and Investment Global Virtual Summit

A 2-day end-to-end premium business conference with B2B networking sessions for projects financing, grants opportunities, exports/imports matrix, etc, showcasing U.S.-Africa Trade and Investments. This is a trade summit and multi-sector exhibition that will provide African countries a strong platform and excellent opportunity to exhibit and promote their products and services in the United States. It will also address the constraints and barriers that exist in identifying export markets for African product lines. USATIGS20 will encourage the establishment of a long-term trade partnerships and business linkages between Africa and the Americas. This is more than a business opportunity, It’s a movement for business success stories! It also aims to harness and showcase feasible and attractive investment opportunities across the huge U.S.-African Trade axis. The Summit will provide a powerful stage to engage and showcase appropriate technologies, inventions and enormous trade potentials.

Event Contact
Address: USA
Phone: TBC
Email: usatigs@usafricatrade.org
Organizer
Exhibitions & Event
The U.S.-Africa Trade Council is a not-for profit business organization that promotes trade, tourism and investment opportunities between United States and Africa. The Trade Council provides a platform for business networking and organizes Trade Summits, trade expos, trade delegations to explore new opportunities. The Trade Council collaborates with other organizations with similar goals and facilitates the sharing of common business interests between United States and the continental African markets. We also organize meetings and international trade shows to give maximum business exposure to our members.Our Vision is to be recognized as essential driving force for international business between American and African entrepreneurs, promote foreign investment drive to Africa and help African businesses explore the large American market. Our focus is to advocate on behalf of the private sector in the American African trade axis, in respect of these objectives