August 2015 Conference Newsletter

It is widely acknowledged that return on infrastructure investment in Africa is significantly more than what you could obtain in other regions in the world.  Africa presents great business opportunities for investors, project managers, consultants, start-ups and multi-national infrastructure solution providers, among others. However, it is critically important that new entrants gain informed knowledge on prospective markets, understand key entry strategies, learn how to engage credible local partners and become aware of regulatory guidelines in their business sector of interest.

AAIC 2015  provides a unique platform to gather priceless intelligence, meet key stakeholders and learn how and where to position your business in Africa for maximum return on investment.

The Africa Infrastructure Boom Is Now.

According to the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC) Africa Infrastructure Investment Report 2013, Africa is at the start of a 20-30 year infrastructure development boom:

• Six of the world’s ten fastest growing economies are now located in sub-Saharan Africa
• Infrastructure investment is largely responsible for this acceleration in economic growth
• Across all sectors, infrastructure investments in Africa average returns of 15 to 20%
• For private companies, infrastructure will be worth US$ 200 billion in annual revenue by 2020

The time to discover the trend in Africa Infrastructure sector is now….

Join us at Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference 2015 and network with key African decision-makers and leading Australian stakeholders.
Get detailed updates on Africa’s business opportunities and latest infrastructure solutions Australia can offer.
Venue: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Dates: Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th November, 2015.

3 EASY WAYS TO ENGAGE AAIC 2015
1.            Register
2.            Become a Sponsor
3.            Request for more information
Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference 2015 offers you a great opportunity to exchange valuable contacts with important stakeholders from Africa and Australia.

Time to engage and act is now.

Looking forward to seeing you in Melbourne.

Best regards

Diana Lauzi
Conference Director