Presented by The Global Africa Business Initiative
ABOUT THE EVENT:
Under the leadership of the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations,
Amina J. Mohammed, the inaugural Global Africa Business Initiative is
designed to place Africa in its proper spot on the world stage, bringing to
focus a roadmap for Africa that is sustainable, inclusive, just, and managed by Africans for Africans.
The conference took place during the United
Nations General Assembly week from 18-19 September 2022, with
robust dives on how Africa offers a powerful business ecosystem when
activated brings prosperity to all Africans and citizens of the world. When
Africa wins, the world wins.
- Andre Pienaar, Founder & CEO of C5 Capital
- H.E. Paula Ingabire, Ministry of Information Communication Technology and Innovation of Rwanda
- Ralph Mupita, Group President and Chief Executive Officer, MTN Group
- Moderator: Pren-Tsilya Boa-Guehe, Government Affairs and Public Policy Manager, Google
“The Digital Transformation of Africa“
Digital transformation is now a big priority for any ecosystem that wants to
play a significant role in the current global digital economy, and this is true
for Africa and the individual countries on the continent. There are many
encouraging signs of governments and the private sector collaborating on
bringing the transformational energy of digital to the citizenry, but there are still challenges especially when the viability of the underlying infrastructure is in question. Still, the successes signal tremendous potential and this panel will discuss how the digital transformation is going and how Africa’s digital future will transpire.
Past Event Panel:
In our current session of the Global Africa Business Initiative, the panel discusses the digital transformation of Africa. #unstoppableAfrica
— UN Global Compact (@globalcompact) September 19, 2022