AGBS Berlin 2023 Set For March 23

Magdalena Radecka Co-Founder, Africa Global Business Summit (AGBS)


The Africa Global Business Summit Berlin (AGBS) 2023 will on March 23rd and 24th host its conference at the 5-star prestigious Hotel Waldorf Astoria in Berlin under the theme; “Advancing Africa’s Global Private Sector Partnerships: Prospect and Challenges.
The summit sub-themes will focus on ICT -The Africa Digital Economy and Disruptive Innovations: how digital transformation is shaping the future of Africa; The Global Energy Transition Strategy: the strategic utilization of energy mix, renewables; Agribusiness and the Digital Agricultural Strategy in Africa; Infrastructure/Real Estate and the African Smart Cities; Health Security and the Impact of Technology and Economics of Scale in Africa; Diversity and Inclusion Management: leading gender equality and inclusion as smart economics; and Human Capital Development and Manpower Supply Chain Management: the people Analytic approach.

AGBS Berlin 2023 is one of the most influential in-person business conferences which focuses more on investing in Africa’s private and public sectors while Analysing Growth Drivers and Business Risks in Africa.
The summit will explore a renewed commitment by both public and private sector stakeholders with their government and policy makers’ counterparts to building stronger business collaborations and strategic trade relations with Global Investors and the African Market.

It is also an opportunity for global financial actors, investors, development partners, entrepreneurs, diplomats, and technocrats to build strategic networks, identifying growth drivers and business risks as they plan out modalities for the post-Covid economy.

The summit is expected to be graced by Heads of State, Ministers of Economies, Governors, Prime Ministers, and most importantly top business leaders from Africa and from around the globe.

Keynote Speakers such as Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor (Vice President of the Republic of Liberia), Diombass Diaw (Head of the Economic Office at the Embassy of Senegal in Warsaw, Poland), Krzysztof Drynda (President of the Board Polish Investment and Trade Agency, PAIH), Jutta Urpilainen (European Union Commissioner for International Partnerships in the European Commission), Diamantino Pedro Azevedo (Minister of Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas, Angola), and other notable speakers will be present for the event.


BY Prince Fiifi Yorke