Infrastructure Africa 2016
  • June 9, 2016 - June 10, 2016
  • Maude Street Sandown, Johannesburg

Description

The African economy has undergone fundamental changes over the last decade. Growth in investor interest is driven by strong economic growth, rising foreign exchange reserves, quality and cost competitiveness and encouraging Government policy-making. The strong level of economic growth achieved in Africa in recent years has led to an expansion of industry, commerce and per capita income.

The Infrastructure Africa 2016 Business Forum aims to broadly cover the following topical themes in various business sessions. To provide a platform for informative and interactive sessions with the prime movers of Infrastructure sector across various spheres like Government, Policy makers, Industrial leaders, Academia and Potential investors. To enhance policy and regulatory framework to boost investor confidence in the infrastructure sector. To find a way around to turn excruciatingly slow pace of infrastructure developments at the ground level. To showcase some of mega projects of Africa. To explore new potential areas in order to provide financial assistance as well as access to finance to the infrastructure players. To focus on 5 key industry sectors and explore growth potential within these sectors, as well as unpacking challenges and obstacles and finding the solutions for growth in each sector.

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Infrastructure Africa 2016
Infrastructure Africa 2016
Infrastructure Africa 2016
Infrastructure Africa 2016
Over 10 countries
Over 600 Delegates
Over 90 Speakers
Over 5500 SQM

Infrastructure Africa 2016 Product Groups

Infrastructure services including energy
Transportation
ICT
Water supply
Growing agriculture and urban infrastructure

Infrastructure Africa 2016 Prime Highlights

  1. The African economy has undergone fundamental changes over the last decade
  2. Growth in investor interest is driven by strong economic growth
  3. Rising foreign exchange reserves, quality and cost competitiveness
  4. Encouraging Government policy-making
  5. The strong level of economic growth achieved in Africa in recent years has led to an expansion of industry, commerce and per capita income
  6. This in turn has fuelled demand for infrastructure services including energy, transportation, ICT, water supply, growing agriculture and urban infrastructure

Infrastructure Africa 2016 Target Visitors Group

Policy Makers
Private Equity Investors
Industry Sector Specialists
Construction Equipment Manufacturers / Suppliers
Oil and gas pipeline developers
Power project developers
Cross border project developers (PIDA projects included)
Engineering Firms
Port Developers / Operators
Toll Plaza / Road maintenance companies
IT Solutions Providers
Transport Operators
Trade Publication / Media
Government representatives: Government & Public Sector Undertakings / Intergovernmental
Agencies / Industrial Development Zones
Financial Institutions and Banks
Construction Companies / EPC Contractors / Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Companies
Procurement companies
Consultancy Organizations
Airport Developers / Operators
Road & Highways Developers
Infrastructure Development Agencies
Logistics / Supply Chain Companies
Private investors: global and domestic
Academic & Research Bodies
Allied Industries (Cement, Iron, Steel Producers, etc)
ICT and Telecoms operators and developers
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SIYENZA Contact Information

Ms.Liz Heart

Address: 285a Bryanston Drive, Bryanston, 2194 Postal Address :P.O. Box 3738, Cramerview, 2060, South AfriCA Johannesburg South Africa

Tel: 27832275156

Fax: 27832275156

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