African British Investment Summit London 2022
The must-attend Annual African British Investment Summit in London UK for Nigerians & Africans in the Diaspora.
Connecting, Innovating & Transforming
11 -14 NOV
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
We are finally meeting again!
About the African British Investment Summit
The African British Investment Summit 2022(ABIS 2022), hosted as a partnership between the African British Group and the African Nations, Enterprise, and investments Council will be the first and largest in-person gathering for their Governments and Business across Africa since the end of the COVID-19 pandemic recession globally.
ABIS 2022 experience has been designed to provide different ways to create meaningful connections, exchange knowledge, contribute to impactful dialogue and consume information.
The African British Investment summit will address the theme; "Changing the narratives to make Africa the future that everybody glamours for through Connecting, Innovating, transforming", with a focus on "Nigeria as a pilot project for the whole of Africa ", dealing with the impact of the pandemic and African’s role in rebuilding and reinvigorating the global economy.
Big ideas that will shape the shared future of Africa will emerge from the Absolute power of in-person collaboration and engaged discourse. There is nothing quite like it.
Who should attend
Heads of State and Government
Ministers and Senior Government Officials
Eminent leaders of global and regional development institutions
Captains of Industry and Board level business leaders
Innovators across all sectors
Venture capitalists and angel investors
Champions of Youth entrepreneurship
Champions of Gender inclusion and equality
Representatives of Trade organizations
I'm pleased to welcome all delegates and participants to London for a safe productive ABIS London 2022. The last two years have made it clear to us that we are more connected than ever before and we must work together to achieve the tangible and sustainable results we want. The long-awaited meeting will be an essential occasion to come together to address the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to build on innovative technological and economic opportunities to solve other key problems facing Africa.
Otunba Jafaru BRAIMOH
Chairman/CEO: African British Group(ABG)
Why you need to be at this year's African British Investment summit
Meet and connect with like-minded experts and practitioners
Contribute to and shape policy, program, and partnership agendas
Join new business communities across the globe and thrive
Discover new markets and opportunities across the globe
12 November 2022
13 November 2022
14 November 2022
Arrivals | Exhibition tours | Meet and Greet
10am - 11am
Opening Ceremony: Changing the Narrative of the African Future: Connecting, Innovating, Transforming
11am - 11:30am
Networking break and Exhibition tours
11:30am - 1pm
A Global Reset: Leveraging on Africa for a Global Recovery
Mixer: Innovation in Africa
1pm - 2pm
Networking lunch and Exhibition tours
2pm - 4pm
African Trade: Challenging Protectionisms and Reducing the Barriers to Business
Positioning Africa for the Future of Work
Innovation Avenue Mixer: Innovation in Africa
Thought leadership Think Tank : Innovating for Food Security
4pm - 5pm
Ecosystems: Redesigning Global Value Chains in a Post COVID World
Governance for the Future: Are We Prepared?
The Business of Sustainable Fashion
6pm - 8pm
Referenced Snippets of the 4th Nigeria
Diaspora Investment Summit (NDIS) 2021
Council of International Chambers of Commerce (CICC) Vice President & Chairwoman Board of Investors
Attending the African British Investment Summit 2022
REGISTRATION FEES TO ATTEND THE SUMMIT
The Fidelity International Trade & Creative Connect
Start your trip from the African British Investment Summit London 2022 to the The Fidelity International Trade& Creative Connect
Fidelity Bank Is Connecting Nigeria To The World
Fidelity International Trade & Creative Connect (FITCC) is a global platform that facilitates the promotion of Nigeria’s value-added exports in the global marketplace and integrations to global supply-chain networks via partnerships and FDIs.
As the name suggests, the scope of coverage spans beyond commodity exports. The Platform will also promote and cater for Service Exports across the Creative, Fashion and Fintech Spaces.
The first FITCC will be held in London the United Kingdom because of its concentration of Africans in Diaspora (a captive market for Nigeria’s exports) and its proximity to the wider European market.
Visit official website https://www.fidelitybank.ng/fitcc/