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03 - Apr
(Nearby Event: Business)
Where:Nashville, 7277 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee, United States
#USAFRICABOE2020 is the FIRST of its kind in Tennessee! Join us for this historical event! The annual business conference, "US - AFRICA Business Opportunities & Exchange Conference (US - AFRICA BOE)" will be held in Nashville, TN from April 3 - 5, 2020.  The conference is hosted by DC Consult International in conjunction with Tennessee State University's Africana Studies Program. The purpose of this event is to provide networking opportunities for US and African businesses and to discuss growth and business opportunities for companies from the two (2) continents. Business men and women look forward to networking with federal and state government leaders, industry experts from the continent, and private business leaders from Southern Regional United States and across the African continent. The US - AFRICA BOE Conference will facilitate discussions about the impact of the private sector in Africa, economic growth on the continent, business developments and opportunities for US and African investors from various industries including, AGRICULTURE, ENTERTAINMENT, HEALTH CARE, TECHNOLOGY, EDUCATION, + much more.  Join us and be part of the conference, artist showcase, gala, and reception dinner. Come and network with business and government leaders, guest speakers, artists, and more. For inquiries email [email protected] or call +1 (615) 496 - 7716. Discount rates are available for university faculty members and students. Please email [email protected] or call +1 (615) 496 - 7716 for discount tickets. Why you should attend US - AFRICA BOE Conference is the first of its kind in the State Of Tennessee You will meet industry leading speakers Expect over 100 business attendees from different African countries What you will gain Over 8 hours of premium content Over 4 hours of networking with top experts Over 15 case studies created for you What to look forward to:                Agribusiness With AfricaNew Generation Of African LeadersHealthcare
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