With slightly over two months before the African edition of the World Economic Forum, slated for May in Kigali, the East African region as a trading bloc is gearing up to capitalise on the forum as an opportunity to showcase the economic potential of the region.
This year’s forum’s focus and deliberations will be about connecting Africa’s resources through innovation, including analysing the impact of technology through Africa’s economic strength at the moment.
The East African region, which has in recent months attracted business interest of world leading corporations and trading partners, has an opportunity to showcase economic openings, seek out investors, business partnerships and new markets for produces, experts say. Read more. Source | New Times