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Why African managers should attend the Young CEOs Global Business Summit in Germany

African as well as CEOs from other parts of the world are encouraged to register for the Young CEOs Global Business Summit (YCBS) to be held in Duesseldorf, Germany.

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It offers young CEOs from across the globe a unique opportunity to learn from the experiences of high-profile and experienced CEOs, World-class Speakers, Panellists and Contributors.

The Summit will be held from 24th to 25th September 2016 at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management.

A total of 250 cautiously selected young entrepreneurs from Africa and Europe to attend the Summit will discuss how to close the entrepreneurship gap and the global impact on emerging markets.

The YCBS will seek to empower and redefine business collaborations between Africa and the rest of world.

It is set to be the prime and most rewarding edition for eligible young entrepreneurs from Africa lead by African Diaspora Youth Forum (ADYFE).

Black-business-man4Part of the Summit will be dedicated to Business collaboration between Africa’s Start-up and that of their counterparts in Europe since this is necessary to reduce the Global job deficit currently ravaging the world.

Coordinated support for Start-up, funding for small businesses that are capable of creating many jobs will also be addressed during the Summit.

The Summit will also focus on the strategic priorities of Africa’s business and economic realities and how to empower Africa’s SMEs and young business leaders with innovative skills.

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There will be tailor-made sessions for young CEOs in the following sectors: ICTs; agriculture, real estate, construction, entertainment and tourism, retail and e-commerce, innovative inventions, renewable energy, creative industry, new and emerging sectors.

The evening of the second day will be dedicated to raising funds for two deprived primary schools in the rural areas of Nigeria and Zambia which are in most deplorable conditions.

This black tie gala event will feature celebrities, successful CEOs, Venture Capitalists, diplomats and mayors from Europe and Africa who are committed to using their wealth to support humanity and raise entrepreneurship to centre stage.

For further information and registration, please visit: www.ycbf.org; or send email to: ceobusinessforum@gmail.com or admin@ycbf.org

You can also dial any of the following numbers: +49178608697; +447960545522; +2348033167827; +2348034532300; +2342307379.

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