In our continuous quest to support the growth of local businesses, Kaya Business Travel and MaZo Connect are extending an invite to all SMEs, entrepreneurs, executives and government leaders to join us as we head to Kigali, Rwanda to attend the Golden Business Forum - an opportunity to network, find opportunities and to explore intra-Africa trade.
On invitation by the Private Sector Federation of Rwanda, a lobby group for business in Rwanda that brings entrepreneurs from different countries together, the inaugural Golden Business Forum will focus on increasing trade amongst African countries and the rest of the world.
Rwanda is one of the continents fastest growing economies, and on this trip South African entrepreneurs will get the opportunity to connect with similar businesses in Rwanda. Travelers will also be supported in finding investment and partnership opportunities that are specifically tailored for them, to help them better understand their sector’s landscape on the continent. Business opportunities:
Real Estate and Construction
In an interview with Kaya Bizz, Kaya’s financial director, Trevor Mwale explained, “This is an initiative to take South African entrepreneurs and business leaders to experience the rest of the continent and explore opportunities available to them."
The four-day trip will also include leisurely activities such as entry into the Genocide Memorial Museum, a scenic drive to Lake Kivu where travelers will be able to enjoy dinner on the lake, a bus tour through Kigali and more.
The trip will be taking place between 8-11 August 2019, with an all inclusive cost of R24,500.
For more information on how you can explore Rwanda with us visit kayafm.co.za
. Registration closes on 5 August 2019.
MaZo Connect is a division of MaZo Group, Pty, Ltd, who works at connecting African entrepreneurs with each other and business opportunities within the African continent. MaZo Connect is a private company and does not represent any government or any government entitiy in Rwanda or in South Africa. Visit mazogroup.com to register
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