Key Pillars of African big business

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Exhibiting the key pillars of African big business

Join top industry professionals from the world’s leading exporters in shipping, manufacturing, oil and gas, energy, and agribusiness and other diverse stakeholders for the launch of ATTES in Ghana in 2020. This trailblazing event will be focused on key strategic issues about Africa’s vast energy resources and opens up invaluable opportunities to network, connect and partner with the world’s best. You cannot afford to miss it.

  • Energy and Power
  • Agri Tech
  • Trade and industry
  • Energy and Power
  • Finance and Banking
  • Construction and real estate
  • Hi tech and telecommunication
  • Container industry
  • Shipping lines / ship owners / operators / agents
  • Transport and logistics
  • Supply chain and logistic services
  • Port and terminal
  • Freight Forwarders
  • Consultant
  • Manufacturer of shipped goods
  • Rail Freight
  • Shipper
  • Mining and drilling
  • Offshore projects
  • Oil and gas
  • Banking
  • Ocean carriers
  • Engineering procurement companies
  • Air carriers

Featuring Investment hotspots around Africa

  • Tete, Nacala, Zambezi Valley, Mozambique (Coal)
  • Pemba, Rovuma Basin, Mozambique (Gas)
  • Mtwara, Rovuma Basin, Tanzania (Gas)
  • Solwezi, Lumwana, North West Province, Zambia (Copper)
  • Lake Albert, Uganda (Oil, infrastructure, industrial)
  • Ethiopia (Hydropower)
  • Cameroon, Congo Republic, Gabon, Liberia, Sierra Leone (Iron)
  • Botswana (Coal)
  • Ghana continues to uphold its reputation as one of Africa's few politically stable democracies and it provides foreign investors with the most predictable entry point into West Africa. (Deloitte)
  • Nigeria (Natural gas)
  • Ghana's bauxite exploration
  • Angola's Caculo Cabaca hydropower plant