The actions in favor of the link between the North Africa and the sub-Saharan Africa have been increasing on the continent since a few years. The Moroccan capital town (Casablanca) is welcoming for that purpose on 2nd and 3rd April 2015, the third edition of “Hub Africa”, one of the biggest meetings of businessmen of the continent. The participants from twenty (20) countries will work on the theme “The triangular co-localization, the driving force of North-south development”.
Organized by NGE impact with the support of CJD (Young Business Leaders Organization), the third edition of “Hub Africa” expects 10.000 visitors coming from about twenty countries.
“The support and the reassurance of entrepreneurship and leaders, it is for a great number of our countries, not only a major economic stake, but also a way of assuring the social, cultural development, educational and even political”, declared the chairman of Hub Africa, Zakaria Fahim.
The promoters of the event believe in an emerging Africa. For the boss of NGE Impact, the nice economic performances registered on the continent (growth average rate of 5 %) are partially explained by the emergence of a middle class (300 million inhabitants) and the quality of exchanges with outside.
“From the continent of poverty, conflicts and despair, the African continent becomes attractive again and appears more and more as the continent of opportunities; this is shown by investors’ massive influx in all sectors”, explained Alioune Gueye.
Original text by: Roger ADZAFO