Join the MAPP Africa delegation to Southern Africa from February 15 to 27, 2018. Through targeted meetings and facilitated tours, come and learn why there is so much confidence in doing business in Africa and about the growth of key industries including: renewables, cleantech, technology, media, telecom, infrastructure development and more.
If you are already in business with or seeking niche export opportunities in Africa, this delegation is for you! According to Statistics Canada, Canada’s bilateral merchandise trade with South Africa totalled over $1.5 billion in 2014, consisting of more than $440 million in exports to, and more than $1.1 billion in imports from South Africa.
See Africa on the Rise, and learn why South Africa is the second largest Foreign Direct Investor in the continent.
Read about Africa's investment potential:
3 of 5 Fastest Growing Economies In The World are in Africa - NASDAQ.
"Africa is the global leader in mobile money, which has become an important component of Africa’s financial services landscape." - McKinsey& Company
"the size of Africa’s working-age population is expected to surpass both India’s and China’s by 2034. - McKinsey& Company" - McKinsey& Company
Cost: $5,500 includes Flights and hotel accommodation in Johannesburg, Cape Town, South Africa and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, plus targeted meetings and facilitated tours.
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Join the MAPP Africa for a networking event with the Heads of Embassy Mission to Canada for Angola, Lesotho, Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Come find out what happens when you pair South Africa’s finest wines with delicious hors d'oeuvres made with locally produced food. The meat for the appetizers is supplied by Enright Cattle Company.
Join the MAPP Africa for dinner with the South African Consul-General Mr. Nyameko Goso. Learn about the economic opportunities in Africa, in particular South Africa. As the second largest Foreign Direct Investor in Africa, South Africa is helping to promote economic growth across the continent.