Africa’s Potential’s upcoming Lectures & Seminars.

Want to know more what Africa’s Potential’s vision & goals are and the current projects? Curious to find out what’s going on in the Rwanda incubator project and the making of the Swedish-East African Chambers of Commerce? Below is a list of a few lectures and seminars Africa’s Potential will be attending and holding during the months to come.



Africa’s Potential has already started giving lectures, but it’s about time to start inviting more interested people who support our vision in the East-African region. During the month of May 2010, Africa’s Potential will appear at Stockholm School of Economics seminar regarding the emerging market of East Africa and the high potential of the East-African Community. This is an initiative of the East-African entrepreneurship program at Stockholm School of Economics. Other eye catching companies and organizations such as Swedish Trade Council, Oriflame, The HQ Bank Africa Fund, Micro Finans, will also appear.


Subject: “Is Africa a potential market and can it make a difference?”

Date: 26th of April, 2010.

Time: 13:00 – 17:00

Location: Stockholm School of Economics, Sveavägen, 113 50 Stockholm, Sweden.


The week after that, Africa’s Potential will be holding a lecture at Södertörn College, during the International Day at the Södertörn College.


Subject: “Africa’s Potential and the emerging market of East-Africa”

Date: 4th of May, 2010.

Time: 14:30-16:00.

Location: Södertörns College, Alfred Nobels Allé 7, 141 52 Huddinge, Sweden.


The next event that Africa’s Potential will most likely appear as a moderator at Tällberg Foundations  5th Global YES Summit – Rework the World gathers 2000 entrepreneurs and decision makers from all over the world.


Dates: 2nd – 5th of June, 2010.

Location: Leksand, Dalarna, Sweden.


More information will come shortly regarding the Rework the World events. We hope that some of our 200 unique bloggreaders will show up for any of these lectures & seminars, you’re more then welcome to attend!


Warm regards,

The Africa’s Potential Team.


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