Los Angeles, viagra order CA – Global Green Development Group recently announced that it is organizing the 2013 African Global Economic and Development (AGED) Summit. The Summit will take place on August 13-14 at the University of Southern California’s Hedco Auditorium in the Seely Mudd building on 3620 McClintock Ave.
The African Global Economic and Development Summit will showcase high-yielding investment and trade opportunities in Africa and debunk myths surrounding doing business in Africa.
The U.S. has lagged well behind fast-moving China to take advantage of these opportunities, but it is not too late for U.S. investors and traders to make significant market inroads.
The Summit will demystify doing business in Africa and highlight not only shovel-ready bankable investment opportunities, but also huge import needs across many sectors that U.S. exporters could supply. Slated to speak is Aliko Dangote of Nigeria, the “Warren Buffet” of Africa. Other confirmed speakers include Ben Murray-Bruce of SilverBird Group, an African media mogul, key U.S. government trade officials, and experienced practitioners in exporting, importing, and international banking and logistics.
Participants more advanced in foreign trade and international project development will also have the opportunity to make one-on-one appointments with any of the featured project presenters to discuss how they can benefit from these projects as investors and/or traders.
Global Green Development Group is a consortium of independent, privately owned companies with management and backgrounds in providing lasting solutions to environmental and socio-economic issues within the emerging and developing economies around the globe. The areas of specialty include agriculture, infrastructure development, and energy (including oil & gas).
For more information contact Mary Flowers, Global Green Development Group at 909-396-5141 or visit the website at www.AGEDSummit.com