The Canada-Africa Business Conference

March 26-27, 2019
Gaborone, Botswana

MineAfrica is pleased to be a sponsor in The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business' inaugural Canada-Africa Business Conference this March 26-27, 2019 in Gaborone, Botswana.

The conference focuses on developing, financing and implementing projects in the SADC region and across Africa, with Canadian expertise and partners.

Industry sectors of focus include: mining and minerals and beneficiation, mining equipment, supplies and services, power infrastructure (traditional and alternative), agro-processing, ICT, health care and pharmaceuticals.

Other areas of focus include: health, safety and training, financing, and responsible business conduct (CSR, community engagement, gender, local procurement, empowerment).

Register to attend.

Go to the conference website for a current list of speakers, the agenda, and sponsorship options.

For more information on sponsorship and presentation opportunities email Bruce Shapiro or Garreth Bloor.

Global Affairs Canada, comprising the Canadian government's international and trade departments, is a leading partner at the conference. Canadian global engineering and management consulting firm Hatch, is backing the two-day conference as its Premier sponsor.

Why attend? Africans
  • learn about Canadian expertise in key sectors of interest
  • meet potential joint venture partners and investors to advance your project in Africa
  • learn about Canadian financing
  • source products and expertise for import into Africa
  • meet senior Canadian business and government leaders during programmed networking breaks and receptions
  • learn about opportunities for exporting your product or service to Canada
  • share ideas about best practices in health and safety training and responsible business practices

  • Why attend? Canadians
  • discover potential new markets in Africa for your product and services
  • learn about the current African business climate and opportunities for Canadian companies
  • meet potential local joint venture partners
  • meet senior African business and government leaders during programmed networking breaks and receptions