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Victorian Government Becomes Exclusive Sponsor of AAIC 2015 Opening Session

The planning team of AAIC 2015 is excited to announce that Victoria Government through Department of State Development, Business and Innovation has confirmed interest to become exclusive sponsor of AAIC 2015 Opening Session. We look forward to working with Victoria Government to achieve maximum return on investment and win-win outcomes for both parties. To become an exclusive sponsor in AAIC…read more →

AAIC 2015 Program now available

We are delighted to inform you that the Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference 2015 program has now been released for your attention. The program draft includes all the panel discussions, keynotes, case studies and five simultaneous breakout streams. AAIC 2015 program draft is a key part of our initiative to re-invent the conference and present a wider platform for key stakeholders…read more →

AAIC 2013 features on ‘Project Manager’ website

ProjectManager.com.au has published an article on the Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference 2013 – read it here. The article gives an overview of African infrastructure projects, and a hint or two for prospective investors; of course attending AAIC2013 will provide much more information for investors, including the opportunity to ask experts from Africa and those who are currently operating major projects…read more →

Benefits for Delegates

We are now getting ready for the Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference 2013.  Attend the Africa Australia Infrastructure Conference 2013 to get insights on infrastructure-funded projects, partnerships and investment opportunities in Africa. Learn how to uniquely position your business and get maximum returns on your investment.  As a delegate, you will meet Africa decision-makers, experts, investors and bankers leading the infrastructure…read more →

Africa Economic and Infrastructure prospects in 2013 and beyond

“African economic output has more than doubled over the past decade. In its most recent World Economic outlook paper (April 2011), the IMF forecasts 5.5 per cent GDP growth for sub-Saharan Africa in 2011 and 6 per cent in 2012, with robust growth forecast in countries like Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Angola, Botswana, Tanzania, Uganda and Nigeria” (Business Action for Africa-…read more →

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