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This is Africa has a full service events and conferences facility with global reach. Our events attract high level speakers and delegates and are packaged with content from This is Africa's editorial staff.

We work in a number of different formats including full day conferences, half day briefings and seminars, workshops and roadshows as well as tailored roundtables in addition we are able to offer receptions, breakfasts, lunch and dinner gatherings that are hosted by This is Africa and FT conferences and events in association with a main sponsor.

Depending on the format we can also integrate multimedia presentations through thisisafricaonline.com as well as sponsored section write ups in the print version of This is Africa.

Please contact us regarding the type of event format that you need and the costs associated with them.

Upcoming This is Africa events


FT African Infrastructure Summit
10 March 2015 | London

The Financial Times is proud to present the FT African Infrastructure Financing and Development.

Chaired by the FT's emerging markets editor James Kynge and deputy emerging markets editor Jonathan Wheatley, this inaugural summit will gather policy makers, senior executives and economic development thinkers to debate the potential for sustainable African growth.

For more information and to register: www.live.ft.com/africaninfrastructure


Upcoming Partner events

Africa Business Conference
27th February - 1st March 2015 | Boston

The Africa Business Conference, held on the Harvard Business School campus, is one of the world’s largest student-run event focused on business in Africa. The 2015 edition will have close to 1,500 participants in attendance, marking the seventeenth anniversary for the conference.

“This year’s theme ‘A More Inclusive Africa: the Pursuit of Progress for All’ is very meaningful to us,” write conference co-chairs Nneka Ezeigwe and Leo Markel. “While the story of Africa’s stellar growth has been amply celebrated in recent years, we believe opportunities to make it more inclusive and generate sustainable progress for all is the next chapter of Africa’s story.”

Register at www.africabusinessconference.com


Event videos

Private Equity in Africa 2012

Highlights video

Private Equity in Africa 2011

Highlights video

PEA 2010 - Equity Bank Case Study

Dr James Mwangi, CEO, Equity Bank


PEA 2010 - Keynote Presentation

H.E. Ernest Bai Koroma, President, Sierra Leone

PEA 2010 - Keynote Interview

Pravin Gordhan, Finance Minister, Republic of South Africa

PEA 2010 - Panel Session

'Uncommitted LPS' Discussion

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