2016 Africa Technology Business Forum
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The Most Exciting Technology Investment Opportunities in Africa

Dear <<First Name>>,

With new ubiquitous mobile devices, payment systems, and increasing internet access and connectivity amongst a rapidly growing population, technology is radically re-shaping the African business landscape, and a multitude of new cross-sector opportunities are emerging.

How can businesses and investors looking to do business in Africa leverage rising technology adoption to unlock sustainable growth opportunities?

Join over 120 experts, investors and professionals from the Banking, Finance, Energy, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Impact investment and the Mobile/Telecom sectors at the 2016 Africa Technology Business Forum for insights into how technology is shaping their strategy and outlook towards investment in Africa.
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The Africa Technology Business Forum
Date:1Wednesday 22 June 2016 (London Tech Week)
Venue: Addleshaw Goddard, Milton Gate, London
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Don't Miss the ABAN Speakers:

We have four ABAN representatives speaking at the Africa Technology Business Forum:
Tomi Davies | Chairman - Africa Business Angels Network
Tomi Davies | President - Africa Business Angels Network
Tomi is a seasoned investor, business advisor and president of the African Business Angel Network, a pan African organisation founded to support the development of early stage investor networks across the continent and to get many more (early stage) investors excited about the opportunities in Africa.
Christopher Campbell | Founder - Socius Consulting
Christopher Campbell | Founder - Socius Holdings
Christopher is a co-founder of ABAN and a serial entrepreneur, passionate about launching and supporting African cross-border, multilingual ventures. He is also the founder of Socius, the leading advisory firm in South Africa and the UK dedicated to the development of vibrant alumni communities.
Eloho Omame | Vice President - General Atlantic
Eloho Omame | Vice President - General Atlantic
Eloho is an Africa-focused finance professional, with 15 years' experience working in the UK and Nigeria. She is part of the investment team at General Atlantic, a global private equity firm with $20 billion of capital under management and investments.
Ben White | Founder - Venture Capital for Africa
Ben White | Founder - Venture Capital for Africa
Ben is a founding member of AfriLabs and the African Business Angel Network. He is a founding partner in the LIONS Africa Partnership and the Inclusive Business Accelerator. He is on the board of advisors to ActivSpaces, and in 2008 he founded Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa).
Not in London on June 22? | Don't Miss Out:

Not in London on June 22? No problem, meet the rest of the ABAN team here:
Angel Capital Association (ACA) Summit
Africa's Lady-of-Tech & founder of the Cameroon Angels Network (CAN) Rebecca Enonchong will speak about early stage investing in Africa at the 13th annual Angel Capital Association (ACA) Summit, in Philadelphia, May 9-11.
Fronteer 100 Forum
Rebecca Enonchong joins ABAN board-member and cofounder of the East African Angel Investor Network 'Viktoria Ventures' Stephen Gugu at the exclusive invite-only Fronteer 100 Forum taking place in Nairobi May 13 & 14.
EBAN Annual 2016 Congress
ABAN is looking forward to, again, be well represented at the European Angels event with ABAN President H. Tomi Davies leading the delegation to the EBAN Annual 2016 Congress in Porto May 25 - 27.
Impact Investing in Emerging Markets Conference
David van Dijk is speaking at the Impact Investing in Emerging Markets Conference, June 10, at the SAID Business School, University of Oxford. The event is hosted by international advisory firm Palladium.
On behalf of the ABAN team,

Kindest regards,

David van Dijk
Director General

Looking to partner with ABAN? Contact the team via
Valere Twagirayezu - Deloitte, ABAN Co-founder
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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