London Business School Africa Club - Africa Business Summit 2022 Movemeback African event cover image


"Africa Post-Pandemic: Unlocking the Next Frontier of Growth."
The London Business School Africa Club is excited to welcome you to the 20th edition of the African Business Summit!
The Summit has established itself as a leading forum in Europe for shaping an integrated and innovative perspective on Africa’s future and ABS 2022 will provide you with a unique opportunity to learn more about the drivers of Africa's growth and its future challenges through a series of panel discussions and keynote speeches.
It is a student-led initiative that attracts an audience of over 500 investors, policymakers, business leaders, professionals, diaspora, students, and alumni. Distinguished past speakers include His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana, Dr. Mo Ibrahim, Founder & Chair of Mo Ibrahim Foundation, Jingdong Hua, VP and Treasurer of IFC, the late Bob Collymore, former CEO of Safaricom Limited, Jay Ireland, President and CEO of GE Africa and Bob Diamond, Founder of Atlas Mara.
The ultimate networking and learning opportunity for individuals with a passion for doing business in Africa! There are a limited number of in-person tickets so be quick to purchase yours, in order to meet and network with prestigious speakers from across the continent (90% of speakers will be in-person), and several company representatives for recruitment opportunities. Follow our socials to stay up to date on event and speaker information. We look forward to bringing Africa Club’s flagship event back in-person for its 20th edition, and to welcoming you to London Business School!


Location and directions

Nuffield Hall, North Building at London Business School, NW1 4RG,

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.