Personalise your profile

Each event attendee has access to his profile that can be personalised. Detail your company story, your job title, social media accounts and any information that could be relevant to meet your potential clients.

Keep in mind that this is your “face” at the event and attendees will look at your profile to define whether or not they want to contact you.

Virtual Conference with Live presentations and discussions

Attendees to Africa PPP will have the opportunity to watch the two-day conference using the online agenda available on the virtual event platform.

Speakers and panelists will host live discussions and presentations that can be watched in real-time. You will be able to add comments and ask questions to the speakers during the session.

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Virtual networking through the chat & community board

Africa PPP includes several features to help you network with as many attendees as possible. The event aims at linking and connecting project owners with authorities, developers, investors, lenders, advisors, and consultants.

On the application, use the community board to exchange with peers that have common interests; Look for the attendee’s list and search for potential clients; Contact them via the online chat and messaging features.

Virtual meeting points in the programme

Africa PPP programme is tailored to provide a platform for discussions, to showcase bankable PPP projects and to connect PPP project owners with investors.

Being showcased through the sessions, project owners had also the opportunity to exchange with specific attendees during virtual meeting rooms that were available on the event platform.

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AME Trade Ltd is an international events organizer, specializing in B2B conferences with over 20 years’ experience working in emerging economies. With headquarters in the United Kingdom, AME Trade has regional offices in Angola, Cameroon, Mozambique, Senegal, South Africa and Zambia, and further representation in more than 15 countries in Africa.