The London Business School Africa Club is excited to present its 16th Annual Africa Business Summit scheduled to be held in London on Saturday 22nd April 2017. The Summit has established itself as a leading forum in Europe for shaping an integrated and innovative perspective on Africa’s future.
In keeping with London Business School’s tradition of substantive thought leadership, the 2017 summit theme is “Made in Africa”. Despite recent slowed growth and development, Africa's potential remains enormous and as such they will seek to address effective strategies for developing Made in Africa solutions that embrace the diversity and peculiarity of the continent.
Historically, many African nations have been over dependent on commodities however Africa’s governments, companies and entrepreneurs need to find innovative solutions to move the continent beyond commodity-dependence.
This year’s summit will look to explore some of these solutions and will take place against the backdrop of critical questions for the continent:
The day’s proceedings will end with a Gala reception with live African entertainment and will also include an Alumni awards ceremony during a seated Gala dinner. This is a chance to deepen connections in a relaxed setting and carry on the day’s active debates. After the dinner is an after party which will be run until 3am this year. All they will say is it’s going to be EPIC!!!!! (Ask anyone who came last year).
The 2017 Africa Business Summit promises to be a memorable event, and they look forward to welcoming you to the Summit.
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The Africa Club is a student-run club at London Business School. We exist to promote engagement on Africa within the school and with the broader community, either in London, Africa or globally. Our members are individuals who have either worked in Africa or have cultural or professional interests in the continent.