F2FA Partners with Wharton Africa for Annual Business Forum

F2FA October 10, 2016

Face2face Africa is proud to announce its partnership with the 2016 Wharton Africa Business Forum (WABF) hosted by the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania from November 18th to November 21st.

In its 24th annual edition, WABF is the longest-running, student-organized, Africa-focused business forum in the United States.

With this year’s theme as “My Africa Network: New Partners for New Solutions,” WABF will be a platform for a diverse array of leaders in business, entrepreneurship, and social enterprise to share their experiences, fostering collaboration across industries and sectors, and develop entirely new genres of solutions from and for Africa.

Through these stories, WABF will shed light on the complex issues shaping the African business landscape, showcase the massive opportunities that exist, and provide case studies of impact creation in Africa to inspire a vision for the continent’s future.

The highly distinguished set of speakers include Allan Cunningham (CEO, African Capital Digest), Acha Leke (Sub-Saharan Africa director, McKinsey & Company), Kwami Williams (MoringaConnect founder), and many more.

WABF aims to provide all our distinguished guests with applicable lessons, new relationships, and lasting inspiration that can be leveraged as they continue to craft their own Africa network.

We look forward to seeing you at WABF. In the meantime, continue to check back in for updates and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram to broaden your Africa network, with #wabf24 and #myafricanetwork as the hashtags.

Last Edited by:Sandra Appiah Updated: September 15, 2018


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