eyeAfrica

Evolution of Africa from a continent being “exploited” to the investment destination of the globe, with the largest Trade Agreement the world has known. 

Africa is becoming the hub of innovation & talent. Africa is the future of sustainability.

As part of our global network and access to markets, AIMS International is introducing a webinar series that will focus on Africa, where global leaders working in Africa and the Middle East share their experiences, advice, best practices and opportunities within the continent.

The webinar series is geared for global organisations and leaders focused on making Africa and the Middle East key players in their sustainability growth plans during the pandemic. 

African Partners
Leonie Pentz
Leonie Pentz

Managing Partner, AIMS International South Africa

Zeinab Noureldin
Zeinab Noureldin

Operations Director, AIMS International Egypt

Kyriakos Kofinas
Kyriakos Kofinas

Managing Partner, AIMS International Gulf

Pauline D'Arcy
Pauline D'Arcy

Managing Partner, AIMS International Egypt

Arthur Nkuna
Arthur Nkuna

Partner, AIMS International South Africa

Khaled Khattab

Business Development Manager, AIMS International Egypt

Karim Ahniche

Managing Partner, AIMS International Morocco

Theo Williams
Theo Williams

Managing Partner, AIMS International Nigeria

Event Speakers
Nathalie Beatrice CHINJE-N BODIONG, PhD

Dr Chinje – N Bodiong is the Lead Advisor to the Secretary General of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group, a position she has held since 1 June 2019. She joined the Office of the Secretary General from the Bank’s Southern African Regional Hub where she had been working as an International Consultant in the office of the Director General for the Region, delivering on these primary responsibilities: business development, stakeholders’ relationship building and management (including private and public entities) as well as resource management. She was also the focal point for the Africa Investment Forum (AIF) in Southern Africa. She joined the African Development Bank (AfDB) in August 2016 as an International Technical Consultant on private sector development in Africa. For 2 years, she consulted to the Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (FAPA) – a multi-donor fund consisting of the following donors: The Government of Japan, Government of Austria, and AfDB. She provided advice, guidance and support that led to the approval & funding of key gender and women-led as well as SME initiatives in the Bank such as the Fashionomics Digital Platform and the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Lab.

To read her entire bio, please click HERE