Centurion, South Africa, August 21, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Europe is burning under the current economic crisis and although Asia is still showing growth, it desperately needs resources in order to sustain the growth. But Africa is thriving. According to a recent study by The Economist, of the ten fastest growing economies in the world, seven are African countries. According to Garikai Nhongo, managing director of Egoli Communications, the world is at an interesting time in global economic history, and as a result, Egoli Communications is launching the inaugural Africa-Asia-Europe International Trade and Investment Summit (AAE Summit).
This summit has been earmarked as one of the most influential private sector summits regarding trade and trade related issues in the world to date, while also being the first summit of its kind ever to be launched. The three-day AAE Summit is themed "Breaking New Ground" and is to be held from the 29th to the 31st of October, 2012 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, situated in Cape Town, South Africa. When asked why the AAE Summit is to be held in South Africa, Nhongo confirmed that; "South Africa is the gateway to Africa and that gives us great opportunities in terms of attendees and reaching the goals of the AAE Summit."
Nhongo is proud to count the 19th United States Ambassador to Ethiopia, Ambassador David H Shinn, as one of the various speakers to be presenting at the AAE Summit. The Ambassador has had a diverse career spanning over 37 years in the foreign service of the United States, including ambassadorship to Ethiopia and Burkino Faso.In addition, the Ambassador has served on assignment in Lebanon, Kenya, Tanzania, Mauritania, Cameroon and Sudan. He recently co-authored a book entitled "China & Africa: A Century of Engagement" and is known as a frequent commentator on East African Affairs.
"Through the Summit, it is hoped that Governments will find new trading and investment partners, that trade and investment policies will be debated and altered where necessary and that businesses will find new suppliers, clients, investors and markets.Through all of this, it is hoped that the global economic market can be improved. If this can be achieved, then the AAE Summit would have been an overwhelming success," concludes Nhongo.
For more information or to register for the AAE Summit, please visit www.africa-asia-europe.com, follow us on Twitter (@AAETradeSummit) or find us on Facebook (page: Africa-Asia-Europe-Trade-Investment-Summit).
About Egoli Communications:
The Africa-Asia-Europe Trade & Investment summit is Africa's premier Trade & Investment event bringing together 6000 delegates from 61 countries across the 3 continents. The summit boasts 300 exhibitors, 24 speaker presentations, 9 panel discussions, a televised debate and numerous networking opportunities.
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