Sunday, February 28, 2010


The SIPA Pan-African Network, the African Business Club, and the African Law Students Association will host the 7th Annual African Economic Forum (AEF) at Columbia University which counts president Obama as an alumni.

This year they are poised to reflect on the theme: “Africa Turning Golden: How a Continent is Moving Forward”.

The African Economic Forum has grown to be the largest Africa-focused event at Columbia University in New York City. Each year, AEF strives to highlight opportunities and challenges through stimulating discussion, insights and strategies for a prosperous Africa.

This generation has witnessed remarkable changes that has revolutionised our thinking with respect to African growth and development. AEF therefore seeks to highlight the rebirth of the beautiful African minds that have emerged as a result of these changes. Together they want to engage, discuss, and propose new ways to build Africa’s new frontier and inspire the way we view economic sustainability on the continent.

With an array of panelists and a wide selection of topics to discuss, it looks to be an event not to be missed so join them from Friday March 26th to Saturday March 27th. Tickets range from USD 40 to USD 150 for the conference only or Conference and gala.

Also catch KiRette Couture at this event!

For more information, please go here:
Check out their trailer below.

If you can, go and participate.
Stay sweet

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Hi Dulce,

Thanks for sharing this information on the African Economic Forum! I've had the unique opportunity to be able to participate in organizing the conference over the past few years, and for sure, this year will be the best yet!

Looking forward to seeing you there!