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Go Africa Café Vision statement
Go Africa Cafés seeks to become the premier venue and platform for African and African themed products from Africa, region 6 of the African Union and the Diaspora communities throughout the world. While also promoting, innovative and healthy products, reflecting traditions and lifestyles of Africa and the world.
Go Africa Café Mission statement
–Go Africa Cafés seeks to become the premier venue and platform for African and African themed products and services that are competitively priced for global markets.
–Go Africa Café promotes an environment that is supportive and inclusive of diverse communities.
Go Africa Café’s goal is to advance innovative products and services from Africa that promote the social economic development of Africa
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Go Africa will Launch its Franchise Model in select markets
For further info:
Go Africa Global LLC.
101 Avenue of the Americas, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10013
Address: 101 Avenue of the Americas, 9th Floor, New York, 10013
Phone: + 233 0302633259
Address: Movenpick, Presidential Floor Accra Ghana, Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel, Independence Avenue, Ridge, Accra, Ghana
Phone: +225 20 30 76
Address: Abidjan, XL Plateau ,Corner of Dr. Crozet Street and Boulevard de la Republique XL Building, 6th and 7th Floors
Address: Ushuru Pension Plaza Block C, Ground and First Floor, Fortis Office Park, Muthangari Dr, Westlands, Nairobi
Address: Mulliner Towers, 7th floor, 39 Alfred Rewane Road Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Phone: +971 4 444 9460
Address: Level 14, Boulevard Plaza Tower 1, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard Downtown Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +44 02078869475
Location: Great West Road, Brentford TW8 9AG United Kingdom
So what does Go Africa do to provide direct assistance to the agricultural ecosystem?
Cooperative & Farmer reach
We touch over 6,000 Farmers and over 20 cooperatives in West Africa.
We have directly sponsored over 3 cooperatives
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Training & Assistance
We provide direct access to training and other materials for Cooperatives & Farmers
We provide access to crop data and metrics to improve yields
We promote direct payments to Farmers & cooperatives
On-site proactive & preventative care for all team members
On-site, Flexible and interactive training
Direct agricultural assistance with crop & yield management, best practices.
Micro loans & Credit financing (Team Members, Cooperatives, & Farmers).
Go Africa is pleased to announce establishment of Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire & its offices Côte d’Ivoire.
We are pleased to announce the formation of Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire under the leadership and stewardship of Mr. Losseni Kone.
Mr. Kone is a native of Africa Côte d’Ivoire and has been in the commodities industry for over 20 years.
We are confident that Mr. Kone will allow Go Africa to achieve new heights in industry given Côte d’Ivoire dominance of the production of Cashew and Cocoa in the world markets.
We are looking forward to great developments from Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire!
About Mr. Kone – President of Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire
Hello we pleased to welcome Mr. Srihari R Belur to the Go Africa Team. Mr. Srihari R Belur will serve as an Advisory board member. Mr. Belur, brings a wealth of experience in finance and debt syndication, trade & structured products, merchant banking, corporate & wholesale banking.
Again, we welcome Mr. Belur to the team and the wealth of experience that he brings.
More Information about Mr. Belur:
Hello, I was honored to serve on the panel titled: Business Shifting Beyond Borders: From China’s FDI to the African Continental Free Trade Area
It was really wonderful and insightful panel. We received a ton of positive feedback afterwards from the attendees.
Fellow panel members were:
Moderator: Dr. Abdoulkadre Ado
Dr. Dennie M. Beach: Go Africa Global LLC, President/CEO
Antoinette Kwofie: Barclays Bank Ghana Limited, : Executive Director, Finance
Brionne Dawson: U.S. Chamber of Commerce, U.S.-Africa Business Center, Senior Director
Gbolahan Elias: Company: G. Elias & Co., Partner
Faridah Usman: Kuramo Capital Management, Vice President
Panel Title: Business Shifting Beyond Borders: From China’s FDI to the African Continental
Free Trade Area
Overview: In today’s era, as economic protectionism is being increasingly observed in countries
around the world, African countries are instead leading the charge for economic openness.
Between inflows of Foreign Direct Investment from China and the newly-ratified African
Continental Free Trade Agreement, African economies and businesses are gaining access to a
broader range of capital, goods, services, and labor. Questions remain though: How can African
businesses, in particular SMEs, best prepare for the competitive challenges of these freer
flows? Regarding FDI, how can African businesses and governments ensure equitable gains
from investments? With a free trade agreement in place, what hurdles – infrastructural, financial,
or otherwise – must businesses still overcome to ensure they can actually conduct that trade?
We welcome Dr. Stefan Hendriks, as Senior Vice President , EU Operations.
Dr. Stefan Hendriks brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the team in areas of leadership and management that will yield positive results well into the future.
Dr. Stefan Hendriks will be assisting Go Africa in the EU in the areas of Management, Leadership and new developments.
Dr. Stefan Hendriks Will be working with the Go Africa team to drive projects and initiatives over an evolving time frame.
About Dr. Stefan Hendriks
Stefan is a Learning and Development professional, currently working at Pfizer, developing a suite of learning architectures to support Pfizer’s purpose and strategy for its 90.000 employees. He has experience developing learning programs in business psychology: Performance Management, Talent Management and Diversity and Inclusion.
He has worked as a consultant for EY and Deloitte in Europe and the USA, specializing in change management for large business transformations.
He holds a Bachelor Degree in Hotel Management, an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management and an Ed.D from Teachers College, Columbia University.
I am honored to attend and serve as a Distinguished Panelist @ Africa Business Conference @ the Harvard Business School on February 14th & 15th 2020.
I will serve as Distinguished Panelist on Foreign Investment & Trade Policy on the African continent Panel.
Registration for the 22nd Annual Africa Business Conference is live! Join us for the world’s largest student-run conference on Africa, taking place Feb 14-15, 2020 at the Harvard Business School. Get your ticket now at http://www.africabusinessconference.com/registration/
#HBS #HBSABC2020 #Africa2020
This year’s theme is “Africa 2020: Creating clear visions for future prosperity.” 2020 not only represents the year we are currently in, but also represents the 20/20 vision necessary to execute on our collective goals. Which brings us to the overarching question for this conference: What is our collective vision for Africa? In other words, what is the Africa we want to see in 20 years? How can we harness our capabilities and resources to make that vision a reality? What will our narrative be?
In order to fully understand our vision, we must also understand where the continent stands today relative to the future. We must be fully aware of the current challenges we are facing such as the infrastructure gap, underdeveloped capital markets, misallocation of resources, access to electricity, sustainable energy production, food insecurity, and environmental degradation. We must also understand our advantages and opportunities – a rapidly growing young population, economic integration fostered by free trade agreements, increasing popularity of our creative industries, and the penetration of digital technology in our urban and rural communities.
As in the past, we are bringing together over 1,000 people from across the African continent and diaspora: students, professionals, officials, executives, creators, thought leaders, and all inventive minds in between. This year, your input is critical.
Below are 3 questions for all attendees to think about and prepare to discuss at the conference:
To help stimulate the dialogue, we are curating a set of panels and discussions encompassing the essential challenges and opportunities within our various industries. We hope each panel session will provide you with ideas on the direct role you can play in developing the narrative you see for the continent.
We believe that the Africa Business Conference will leave you with meaningful insights, takeaways, and connections that will spur you to actualize your vision for Africa’s future. We look forward to having you in Boston in February!
Chinedu Okpala and Zainab Lasisi
2020 Africa Business Conference Chairs
News Flash: We are please to announce the Go Africa Products are now available for order in the EU via Amazon.com/UK at https://www.amazon.co.uk
The following Go Africa products are now available in Europe with more to follow: