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Access Africa Now: An Eight-part Virtual Series

Dec 07, 2022

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February-September 2023 | 12 Noon ET | Virtual

These eight webinars will share business opportunities in Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Mozambique, Angola and Ethiopia. You can join every second Wednesday of the month from February to September 2023. 

The webinars will include:

  • Market information;  opportunities and challenges.
  • Direct interaction with on-the-ground U.S. Department of Commerce staff who can assist you in entering sub-Saharan Africa markets.
  • Stories from U.S. companies that have succeeded on the continent
  • Ample opportunity to ask questions of the staff and companies.
  • Insights on why U.S. Information & Communications Technology, Health Care Technology, and Design & Construction products and services are so in demand throughout Africa. 

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