AFRICA’S PROGRESSION AND GROWTH: BUSINESS LEADERS TO HEAR ABOUT NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND DISCUSS KEY ISSUES AT ACCA CONVENTION
The critical role of business leaders in securing growth opportunities for African businesses in an increasingly competitive global economy is to be debated at high level conference organised by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The CXO (Chief Experience Officer) Africa Convention entitled Africa: The $2.7 Trillion Continent – Securing Growth Transformation will take place on 16 April 2014 at the city’s Hyatt Regency hotel.
More than 50 chief executives, chief financial officers and other business leaders will have the opportunity to share experiences and gain an insight into how experts see the African economies will develop and how CEOs and CFOs are preparing to face the challenges and take the opportunities which future developments will bring.
The convention will also look at how business leaders in Africa can work to ensure that inward investment continues to fly into the continent, while considering the risks and the strategies to deal with those issues. There will also be discussions on how to manage finance talent.
I always check the e-mails that I get from ACCA and read the headings. If something takes my interest I may read it, so far I read a lot of news from the ACCA.
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