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Now in its 15th year, the London Business School’s Africa Business Summit has established itself as a leading forum in Europe for engaged discussion and practical engagement on Africa.

It is a student-led initiative that attracts more than 500 delegates and speakers from around the continent. This year's summit, inspired by the Swahili phrase “UKWELI”, will explore the new realities of doing business in Africa and provide a platform for frank debate on effective strategies for sustaining the continent’s positive momentum.

The summit will feature inspirational keynote addresses from high calibre leaders, 8 relevant, charged and interactive panel discussions, a career fair, a gala awards dinner and lots of networking opportunities.

Key Notes Speakers are:

  • Dr Mo Ibrahim: Mo Ibrahim Foundation – Founder and Chair
  • Bob Diamond: Atlas Merchant Capital – Founder and CEO
  • Ken Njoroge: Cellulant – Co-Founder and Group CEO
  • Sola David-Borha: Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC – CEO

London Business School is excited to engage the future leadership of the continent and therefore invites you to attend the summit.

Get a 25% discount on ticket prices using code ABSMMB2016

Location and directions

The Landmark Hotel,, 222 Marylebone Rd,, London, United Kingdom, NW1 6JQ, United Kingdom

About London Business School Africa Club

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.