The French-speaking magazine Forbes Afrique announced the exceptional participation of 9 African Heads of State in the 3rd edition of its annual economic forum that is held in Brazzaville on this 25th July.
The Forum so welcome the Presidents of the Republic of Congo, Gabon, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Niger, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal and South Africa, beside influential African and international personalities coming from economic and political worlds.
The Forbes Africa Economic Forum 2014 is dedicated to the bancarisation challenges.
On this occasion, a study displaying the current situation and perspectives of the bancarisation on the African continent will be presented.
Experts and international actors recognized in the business world will present on the impact of the bancarisation on the economic and social development of societies and will discuss during round tables on the political solutions being able to favor the bancarisation in Africa, but also on the importance of innovation in this domain, with in particular the example of the “mobile banking”, etc.
By placing bancarisation at the heart of its program, by grouping the political and private wills around this subject, the Forbes Africa Economic Forum 2014 is pursuing its ambition, the of contributing to build the conditions of trust and innovation in order to accelerate the emergence of the continent.
Conceived as a platform of free and concrete exchanges, the Forum aims at gathering the economic and political decision-makers of the whole world having a common interest for Africa and its economic and social development.
Forbes Africa, African French-speaking version of the great American magazine Forbes, was launched in 2012 in order to contribute to release a mapping of the various wealth of the world and to change the perception of the African continent. The magazine that rewards the biggest African fortunes, entrepreneurs who innovate in Africa, and Africans of the Diaspora recognized in the field of business.
Forbes Africa is the reference economic magazine in French-speaking Africa.
Original text by: Blaise AKAME