Hosted jointly by Saïd Business School and the Oxford Business Network for Africa, the Oxford Business Forum Africa 2017 brought 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.
Elsie Kanza, Head of the Africa World Economic Forum
Carlos Lopes, Former Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa
James Mwangi, Executive Director of Dalberg Group
Ronak Gopaldas, Head of Country Risk at Rand Merchant Bank
Khanyi Dhlomo, MD Ndalo Media
Amina Mohammed, Kenyan Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs
The Oxford Business Network for Africa is a student led group created to organise and channel the substantial interest in business in Africa amongst Oxford students, alumni and faculty. The group is run by current MBA students at Saïd Business School.
“Maize bears fruits once and dies because it is not rooted into the ground” – African ProverbGeneration Kenya, a McKinsey Social Initiative, explored the impact of youth unemployment. In this session Generation Kenya shared insights from the work they are doing to tackle one of Africa’s most pressing challenges, youth unemployment.
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AGRINATURA is a grouping of European universities and research organizations with a common interest in supporting agricultural development in a sustainable manner in order to improve people’s lives.
AGRINATURA brings its collective resources to work in partnership with international collaborators. It seeks to nurture scientific excellence through joint research, educational and training programmes and projects and advocates for greater support for agricultural research and educational programmes that contribute to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and the new agenda of Sustainable Development Goals.