ATAWAS becomes corporate partner

Association of Tanzanian Water Suppliers (ATAWAS) has formally confirmed interest to become a corporate partner in AAIC 2015. The leadership and members of key water body in Tanzania will participate in Water and other components of the conference. The planning team of AAIC 2015 is proud to be associated with ATAWAS.

DF Hunny becomes Exclusive Sponsor

We are happy to announce that DF Hunny Foods Sydney has become the exclusive sponsor of Agro-allied food processing session in the Agri-business break-out stream. The management of AAIC 2015 is working with DF Hunny to achieve win-win outcomes for both parties.

African Union confirms participation

The planning team of AAIC 2015 is excited to announce that the African Union has confirmed the participation of Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy H.E. Dr. Elham Ibrahim. The Commissioner will participate in plenary panel discussions, breakout streams and other networking opportunities at the conference.

Government and Organised private sector indicates interest in AAIC 2015

The AAIC 2015 planning team is thrilled to announce that following Government and professional bodies has confirmed their interest to participate in AAIC 2015: They are: Ghana Investment Promotion Centre  (GIPC) Information & Communication Technology Association Ethiopia (ICT-ET) Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) Nigeria Engineers Australia (National Body) Watch this space; more confirmations will be coming soon.

Key Plenary Panelists Confirm Participation

We are happy to announce that key stakeholders have confirmed interest to participate in AAIC 2015 Panel Discussions: The confirmed panelists are as follows: Shem Simuyemba: African Development Bank Dr Chidi Diugwu: Nigeria Communication Commission Femi Soyeju: University of Pretoria, South Africa Prof Colin Roberts: Natural Resource Geo-strategy/MIGA-World Bank Group, Australia Santhurie Naidoo: Department of Rural Development, South Africa Di…read more →

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 →

African Infrastructure Investment Survey – take the survey now.

Private sector perspectives on risks and opportunities Commissioned by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) to complement its established work tracking public sector financing trends, the survey captures private sector views on the challenges of implementing infrastructure projects in Africa. The survey aims to initiate a better understanding of private sector investment motivations, looking at factors such as: • top investment locations…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 →