Dr Brian Reuben
Ghana’s Capital, Accra will be holding the 2023 Africa Economic Summit, which establishes Africa as the frontier of global thinking on major economic issues in the world, from April 26 to 27.
The annual summit is an assemblage of senior leaders committed to the growth of the continent to discuss issues and frame solutions to the economic problems affecting African nations.
Holding for the third time since its inception in 2022, the Summit delivers a very influential network of leaders from around Africa and the world including top government officials, diplomats and senior business leaders. The Summit has been successful held in Cairo Egypt and Lagos Nigeria in the past.
According to Dr Brian Reuben, the CEO, Africa Economic Summit Group, history shows that value shifts are always triggered by a new story. The current state of the world has given a rare chance to Africa to rewrite the story of Africa. But to do that, governments of African nations need the boldness to review and challenge the current models which drive government and private sector actions in Africa.
Through the Africa Economic Summit African and global leaders come together to facilitate new investments, encourage business development, share best practices, guarantee peer-to-peer networking, offer new industry insight, showcase excellence and promote thought leadership.
‘The two day summit will close with a release of a white paper on coordinated actions that governments and institutions should commit to and implement for the improvement of the economy of Africa, strengthening the competitiveness of African companies, addressing security challenges among others’, the Group CEO stated.