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Role of the diaspora in the economic development of Africa

  • 26 Apr 2019
  • 18:30 - 21:30
  • Park Inn by Radisson Luxembourg City Hotel; 45-47 Avenue de la Gare, 1611 Luxembourg

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Dear Members,

We are pleased to invite you to our next networking event :

Topic : Role of the diaspora in the economic development of Africa

Today the diaspora includes many entrepreneurs and potential investors. According to the World Bank, African diaspora transfer more than $65 billion dollars a year. These transferred funds are vital, primarily serving to assure access to fresh foods, health, or education- very little is invested to contribute to the economic growth of the Continent.

We are honoured to have as speakers: 

Mr Tomi Davies: President of the African Business Angel Network (ABAN) 

Harry Tomi Davies (TD) is an IT systems analyst turned advisor, author, public speaker and angel investor. TD mentors & invests through TVCLabs, a technology business accelerator based in Lagos. He is a co-founder of the Lagos Angel Network (LAN), founding President of the African Business Angel Network (ABAN), a board member at MBO Capital (Private Equity) and L4L Nigeria (NGO).

Mr Elie Nkamgueu : President Of Club Efficience

Dr Elie Nkamgueu cofounds the Club Efficience 12 years ago. Surgeon-dentist of profession he chairs this club which works at the brilliance of the African diaspora in Europe.

The presentation will be followed by a networking drink

Date : 26th April 2019 from 18:30

Venue: Park Inn by Radisson Luxembourg City Hotel; 45-47 Avenue de la Gare, 1611 Luxembourg

Thank you for remembering to register.

The Luxembourg Africa Investments Association was established in 2014.

(Luxembourg Africa a.s.b.l -  Association sans but lucratif)

Registered office: 15, rue du fort Bourdon, L-1249 Luxembourg

RCS Luxembourg: F 9851

 

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