Francophone entrepreneurs organizes Connecting-Day Rwanda after Senegal and Niger
While France continues to invest in Rwanda, private sector actors, in particular the Francophone community, have continued to support this investment either by promoting socio-economic benefits or cultural exchanges and promoting commercial cooperation as a whole.
The COVID 19 pandemic slowed down cultural initiatives that would have allowed Rwanda to host international events, in line with its MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Event) strategy and there could have been a certain number of concerts, exhibitions and other exhibitions to promote French performing arts.
It is only through the use of technology that the Francophone private sector has continued to try to discuss projects that can improve the horizons of the Francophone community by sharing ideas and carrying them out on various aspects such as the labour markets, investments, emerging opportunities, cooperation, among others.
In this context, on Thursday March 18, 2021, Rwanda will be honored to host a major event organized by Continental Working, an agency based in France organized “Connecting-Day Rwanda” which will be entirely digital.
This event will be an opportunity to highlight Rwanda and the East African Region as an attraction for investments from the EU area and in this case the African diaspora.
In fact, Rwanda is honored as a virtual host country and its ability to host international events in accordance with the MICE strategy despite the health and logistical constraints associated with the pandemic.
The organizers, from the African diaspora in France, represent the tangible result of all the efforts made by the French and Rwandan governments to harmonize relations, starting with trade.
The meeting will bring together: Eric Kabera; Rwandan filmmaker; Nadia Keza CEO of the ITA agency (Tourism and Travel); Victor Nkindi media professional and CEO of Hooza Media; Clément Uwajeneza CEO of Benefactor’s, a factoring company; Sylvere Boussamba Founder of Start X 241 and Business Angel; Dr Alice Kabeja R&D in Agriculture; Maitre Thierry Njifen, lawyer at the Cameroon and Rwanda bars; Serge Nyambo Co-organizer, member of the Rwandan Community of France and other speakers, whose confirmation is awaited.
Since the start of the year, Continental Working, with its concept of “Connecting Days in Full digital”, has offered a distinctive opportunity for sponsors, virtual exhibitors, panelists and partners to expand their network and identify business opportunities. and to have information with high added value.