Africa 2030: A Forum on Africa’s Enterprise- and Technology-Led Future

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Madiba Harlem is the venue

Top African diaspora entrepreneurs and investors to hold forum on creating, investing in and growing enterprises in the world’s fastest-growing continent.

On May 11th at Madiba Harlem, a unique event will gather top technologists, entrepreneurs, investors, and professionals interested in technology andentrepreneurship in Africa.

Four African diaspora entrepreneurs and investors working at the forefront of tech and entrepreneurship will discuss the unique challenges and promises of investing in, creating, and growing enterprises in the world’s fastest-growing continent.

Learn about how entrepreneurship and enterprise are driving growth in Africa from Chinedu Echeruo, founder of and the Apple-acquired Hopstop, Vosmap CEO Maureen Erokwu, Pine Brook Partners Principal Edward Donkor, and Puku President and Co-Founder Ani Onuorah.

The interactive discussion will be followed by a networking and social event. Those with an interest in Africa are encouraged to take advantage of this professional development opportunity and engage with experts and leaders in attendance.

Doors open at 6:00pm, and the program begins at 6:30pm. Madiba Harlem is located at 46 W 116th St, New York, NY 10026.

Africa 2030 is presented by the Avant Garde Network and Gobee Group.

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The Avant-Garde Network provides a friendly and supportive environment for top-level professionals of the diaspora seeking to build strong personal and professional relationships while encouraging community service, civic engagement and wealth creation through career advancement and entrepreneurship.

Further information about the Avant-Garde Network can be found on the official website, and Instagram: @avantgardenetwork

The Avant-Garde Network would like to thank its sponsor: Africa 2.0

Media Contact: Adeola Adejobi, Esq. +1.404.550.8374;



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