On behalf of Saïd Business School and the Oxford Business Network for Africa, we would like to invite you to join us at the Oxford Business Forum Africa: Unreasonable Africa: Bold visions, Decisions and Successes; Exploring the Reality of Business in Africa

The Oxford Business Forum Africa will explore the reality of business in Africa with the aim of increasing awareness of the opportunities on the continent, creating meaningful connections, and generating actionable insights. The theme of this year’s forum is ‘Unreasonable Africa’ which focuses on celebrating and understanding the bold visions, decisions and successes of business people on the continent. The Oxford Business Forum Africa brings together distinguished leaders from top companies, innovative start-ups, government, and civil society from across Africa with thought leaders, students, and alumni from Oxford University to discuss business in Africa.

Speakers include: Trevor Manuel, former South African Cabinet Minister Ladi Delano, Founder of Grace Lake Partners Tara Fela-Durotoye, CEO and Founder of House of Tara Colin Coleman, Head of Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Division for Sub-Saharan Africa Kenny Ewan, CEO and Founder of WeFarm Doug de Villiers, CEO of Interbrand Africa and Chairman of Interbrand Holdings Group Africa

For further speakers, please see: http://oxfordbfa.com/speakers

Continuing the long standing tradition of the Oxford Business Network for Africa’s annual event; this year’s Forum will be held in close partnership with Saïd Business School. The community of Oxford Saïd is eager to learn directly from business people in Africa about the challenges and opportunities of leading successful organisations, and are passionate about contributing to the continent’s continued growth.

For more information, please visit: http://oxfordbfa.com/

Booking: http://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/school/events-0/oxford-business-forum-africa

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