The Africa-Australia Infrastructure Conference set to take place at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney from 3-4 September 2012, is an event that will present a new forum for Australian and African stakeholders in the infrastructure sector to meet, start partnerships, cross-fertilise ideas, challenge assumptions and plan for the future.
The two-day conference in expected to attract key decision-makers and the best brains in the sub-Saharan African infrastructure sector from both continents and around the globe.
The event will feature presentations of infrastructure gaps and opportunities in participating African countries, infrastructure solutions from Australian firms, testimonial speeches from business leaders and breakout sessions for nominated infrastructure sectors on the second day: ICT & Telecoms, Transport, Oil & Gas and Energy.
The 2012 Africa-Australia Infrastructure Conference will also offer leading infrastructure funding organisations and Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) experts a unique platform to discuss issues relating to funding, mitigation of risks, PPPs models, breakthroughs and latest trends in SSA infrastructure market.
As many African Governments break-up monopolies on utilities and spearhead privatisation of infrastructure assets across the continent, there is no better time to enter the African infrastructure business space than now.
Africa-Australia Infrastructure Conference attendance is a necessity for Australians, African countries, private sector representatives, industry experts, and consultants.
The inaugural edition of the conference will present a unique forum for stakeholders to learn about critical rules of engagement in Africa, share infrastructure-related business opportunities and solutions and exchange of valuable contacts between Australians and Africans.
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