Private Equity in East Africa Conference 2016
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Remain at the Forefront of Private Equity Deal Making in East Africa

Dear ABAN Member,

The pace of private equity deal making in East Africa has grown substantially in recent years, with interest in the region intensifying and attracting a diverse spectrum of global and pan African investors.

To keep you at the forefront of private equity deal developments in East Africa, ABAN is proud to partner with EAVCA to bring you the 2nd Annual Private Equity In East Africa Conference - to be held at the Villa Rosa Kempinski, Nairobi on 28th June 2016.

This forum will bring together global and local institutional investors, investment professionals and professional service providers to discuss and debate the opportunities in East Africa and what is driving the region’s continued growth.

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2nd Annual Private Equity In East Africa Conference
East Africa Venture Capital Association
Private Equity In East Africa Conference
Date:1Tuesday 28 June 2016
Time: 08H30 - 17H30
Venue: Villa Rosa Kempinski, Nairobi, Kenya
RSVP: Register Here
Not in Nairobi on 28 June? 

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 #Afrobytes Africa Tech Confererence
Join ABAN co founders Rebecca Enonchong and Ben White, who will both be giving a keynote address at the first #Afrobytes Africa Tech Confererence in Paris, France. The conference will be held for the first time during the Futur en Seine Festival between 09 - 12 June.
Africa Tech Forum
Join ABAN's Tomi Davies, Ben White and Chris Campbell at the Africa Tech Forum in London, June 22. Based around the theme “Turning challenges into opportunities through innovation”, the forum will explore the exciting opportunities arising due to technology adoption in Africa.
7th Annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit
The ABAN team is proud to be presenting the African Opportunity at the 7th Annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit, hosted by President Obama at Stanford University between 22-24 June. This Summit will be the 7th installment of the series.
FinTech Africa's upcoming Financial Inclusion Event
'How #FinTech is shaping Africa". ABAN is a proud supporter of FinTech Africa's upcoming Financial Inclusion Event at the Sandton Convention Centre on June 23. Highlights include: international keynote speakers, thought provoking master classes, round tables and pitches by the FinTech 100.
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The Merck Accelerator Program is hosting an eHealth Meetup “Beyond Capital – Scaling for Impact”  on 01 July in Nairobi. The focus is on startups in the fields of healthcare, life science and performance materials - with a digital perspective. 
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Know a thing or two about investing? Compare notes with investor legend Tim Draper and representatives from Y-Combinator, 500Startups and Techstars at SpeedUPAfrica's Startup Bootcamp, hosted at the Ashesi University, Ghana between 06 - 10 July.
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Join the ABAN team at the first edition of the African Women In Technology East African Conference, 21 - 22 July in Nairobi. The event will provide a unique combination of hands-on tech workshops, discussions about careers in tech and how to pursue them, and connection and networking opportunities.
On behalf of the ABAN team,

Kindest regards,

David van Dijk
Director General

Looking to partner with ABAN? Contact the team via
H. Tomi Davies - Founding President, ABAN
ABAN started when a group of organisations joined forces to create a new not-for-profit networking association with one goal: Promote a culture of Angel investing across Africa. The founding organisations are Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa), Lagos Angels Network (LAN), Cameroon Angels Network (CAN), Silicon Cape, Ghana Angel Investors Network (GAIN), DEMO Africa, European Business Angels Network (EBAN) as well as a number of individual Angel Investors. For more information and to contact the team please see the ABAN site.

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