Agambire Speaks On Youth Entrepreneurship

rLG wizkid Roland Agambire

rLG wizkid Roland Agambire

Roland Agambire, Chairman of AGAMS Holdings and Chief Executive Officer of rLG Communications Limited, will be addressing this year’s Africa Global Business Forum 2013 in Dubai next month.

Mr. Agambire will be one of four panelists who will speak on a topic, “How Africa’s young entrepreneurs are starting to drive its economic future; the view of up and coming young entrepreneurs and business people of Africa.”

The Ugandan Minister for Trade, Industry & Co-operatives, Amelia Kyambadde is billed to chair the session.

The former Malian Prime Minister and Chairman of Microsoft Africa, Cheick Diarra would be the lead discussant.

A statement issued by the Legal & Corporate Affairs Department of rLG Communications Limited said Mr. Agambire will speak alongside the Founder & Managing Director Partner of Hoja Law Group of Zambia, Jacqueline Musiitwa; Founder & Executive Director of the Kenya-based Sustainable Development for All-Africa, Evans Wadongo and the Chief Executive Officer of Tanzania’s Helvetic Solar Contractors, Patrick Ngowi.

The Africa Global Business Forum 2013 (AGBF 2013) is organised by Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry and COMESA Regional Investment Agency under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

The Africa Global Business Forum 2013 will offer a platform to over 2,000 policy-makers and global business leaders from Africa, the GCC, Asia and Europe and beyond to discuss current challenges and business opportunities in finance, agribusiness, logistics and trade across the economic blocs of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the East African Community (EAC), and the South African Development Community (SADC), among others.

The forum will highlight Dubai’s strategic role as a world-class hub for doing business with Africa.

The UAE government has shown great interest in expanding business, with an estimated US$97 billion in capital expenditure on the continent in the last 10 years.

The Africa Global Business Forum 2013 will provide delegates with access to engaging sessions during which they will have the opportunity to interact with high-level speakers.

 A business desk report

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