the 3rd edition in Casablanca on October 19 and 20, 2022

More broadly, the Choiseul Africa Business Forum will be a competition between heads of state, ministers, business leaders, donors and representatives of African and European business circles.

Dedicated to sharing experiences and deciphering the trends at work in the African business world, the Choiseul Africa Business Forum will be held on October 19-20 in Casablanca, Morocco.

Pascal Lorot, President of the Institut Choiseul

Organized by the Institut Choiseul, in collaboration with the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) and the Casablanca-Settat region, this 3rd edition will bring together some 600 key economic and institutional decision-makers from Africa, Europe and the Gulf around operational work . sessions and privileged networking moments.

More than 600 international leaders and economic decision-makers gathered around the major African economic issues.

Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina will attend

Chakib Alj, President of the CGEM and Abdellatif Maazouz, President of the Casablanca-Settat region, will inaugurate this 3rd edition to promote the economic vitality of Morocco and the Casablanca-Settat region.

The event will also spotlight Madagascar: the President of the Republic Andry Rajoelina, accompanied by a ministerial delegation, will be one of the distinguished guests of the opening ceremony. Many stakeholders from the Malagasy private sector will actively participate in the exchanges.

More broadly, the Choiseul Africa Business Forum will be a competition between heads of state, ministers, business leaders, donors and representatives of African and European business circles. In particular, the forum will meet the Minister of Economy and Finance of Morocco, Nadia Fettah Alaoui, the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Art of Benin, Jean-Michel Abimbola, the CEO of the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation Hani Salem Sonbol, the Director- General of the Center for the Promotion of Investment in Ivory Coast Solange Amicia or the Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawris.

Casablanca, economic capital of Africa for 2 days

After two years in Nice, this 3rd edition of the Choiseul Africa Business Forum takes place on the African continent for the first time.

Economic capital at the crossroads of European, North African and Sub-Saharan dynamics, Casablanca will be the melting pot of economic and geostrategic reflections and expertise for two days. Cybersecurity, African cities of tomorrow, energy, education or even digital transformation: thirteen themes at the heart of today’s pan-African issues will be addressed by leading experts and decision-makers who make the economic news of the continent.

With more than 50 countries represented, including 40 Africans, the Choiseul Africa Business Forum will be a real accelerator of inter- and intracontinental synergies, thanks to a fertile business environment.

“Africa will be at the heart of tomorrow’s global recovery. It is from this conviction that the ambition of the Choiseul Africa Business Forum arose, and it is on the basis of this observation that every year we try to strengthen all areas of value creation in Africa,” said Pascal Lorot, President of the Choiseul Institute.

The Choiseul Institute

The Institut Choiseul is an independent, impartial, non-profit think and act tank based in Paris. It is dedicated to deciphering the main economic problems and to the federation of the young economic generation. The Institut Choiseul organizes high-level events that combine friendly networks, testimonials from experts and practitioners and exchanges on future topics, in different areas and economic vertical markets, in France, Europe and Africa. At the intersection of business and the think tank, the Institut Choiseul provides a platform for private and public economic decision-makers to identify with each other, network, promote their initiatives and reflect on the key economic trends of tomorrow.

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