ADETUNJI OMOTOLA TO SPEAK AT THE BUSINESS LEADERS IN AFRICA SUMMIT TOMORROW

ADETUNJI OMOTOLA TO SPEAK AT THE BUSINESS LEADERS IN AFRICA SUMMIT TOMORROW

Adetunji will be speaking more about African integration through the development of small businesses and reducing trade barriers and eliminating visa restrictions with a focus on trading in African currencies.

Adetunji has a passion African business and as a result has contributed extensively to media coverage of events and issues around Nigeria and Africa’s economy on CNBC Africa, ENCA, SABC, African Renaissance Institute, Institute of Security Studies, Power FM, KAYA F, 702 Talk Radio, Jacaranda FM, GIBS TV, Kyk NET, WITS radio, UNISA radio. Additionally, he has also been a regular contributor to China Global Television since 2013 on issues such as creating a borderless Africa, China’s infrastructure investments in Africa and the issue of How Africans view China. Adetunji is an avid wine lover and is the founder of Veine Wines, a wine consulting company conducting wine dinners, wine tastings, and exhibitions across key African markets permeated with African analysis.

The Business Leaders in Africa Summit is an eye-opening session about how businesses can best improve their products/services footprint on the African continent by listening and learning from people who have succeeded at this.

It is a platform to market your brand, which is focused on having the right conversations and interactions with the right people. Good conversations allow companies to educate their marketplace, provide value, demonstrate their credibility and expertise, and over time elicit trust.

Attendees will get an opportunity to hear the vision, the thinking and implementation first hand, behind some of the greatest entrepreneurs on the continent. Business Leaders in Africa will tell their stories first hand and we will learn from them on how they managed to be where they are today and how they have succeeded in doing business outside their country’s borders. It is also an opportunity for us to hear stories that are relevant to our region.

The 2018 conference will be held on October 16 & 17 at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg.

 

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