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Jack-Rich to chair advisory council of AFEIR

Dr. Tein Jack-Rich, the President and Founder of Belemaoil Producing Ltd., has emerged as the Chairman of the Advisory Council of African Entrepreneurs and Investors…

Dr. Tein Jack-Rich, the President and Founder of Belemaoil Producing Ltd., has emerged as the Chairman of the Advisory Council of African Entrepreneurs and Investors Roundtable (AFEIR).

According to the Executive Director of Admin and Programmes, Mr Kingsley J. Dakorubo, who doubles as the Executive Director, VARDIAFRICA, stated during the press briefing and said that AFEIR 2023, with the theme “Enhancing Entrepreneurial Development and Investment Opportunities in Africa”, is slated to hold on 30th November, at the Civic Centre, Ozuma Mbadiwe Road, Victoria Island Lagos, Nigeria.

Other members include Mr. John Ugochukwu Uwajumogu, the Special Adviser to the Nigerian President on Industry Trade and Investment; Papa Yusupha Njie, the Chief Executive Officer of Unique Group; and the Chairman of the Board Access Bank Gambia, Nancy Mulemwa Siisii who is currently the Financial Center Manager for Bank of America, and Dr. Tonye Rex Idaminabo who is currently the Executive Director African Achievers Awards.

The African Entrepreneurs and Investors Roundtable-AFEIR is an annual event designed to promote business growth in diverse sectors including oil and gas, renewable energy, ICT, banking and finance, agriculture, manufacturing, aviation, telecommunication, housing, tourism, sports, fashion, maritime, banking, transportation and more.

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The programme is designed with strategy sessions and panel discussions on critical issues that will boost entrepreneurship and investment in Africa with product exhibitions by entrepreneurs/investors.

The event seeks to facilitate the exploration of the vast potentials in the African market as stakeholders including start-ups, serial entrepreneurs, prospective investors, corporate organizations, policymakers, as well as government representatives who would come together to discuss and deliberate on the latest trends and opportunities in the African market as well as ways and avenues to bridge the gap between the Investors and the target market.

It would create a platform for showcasing businesses to a wider audience.

Also, investors, entrepreneurs and stakeholders would be able to discuss with government representatives and policymakers on how to influence and formulate favourable business policies to continually promote and drive Investment growth in Africa.

Technical knowledge and skills would be disseminated to empower upcoming entrepreneurs with the right information to navigate the African market.

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