International Data Corporation (IDC) West Africa CIO Summit will take place on May 13–14 at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos. Theme ‘Where IT Meets Business’
For Non-EU nationals wishing to benefit from acquiring immediate EU citizenship and passports through investment in Cyprus via their government incentive scheme.The investment amount needed in Cyprus to become an EU citizen has reduced to €2.5m for a limited time only.Good secure returns with a three year exit strategy for the investor.• Usual investment amount is a minimum of €10m as offered by some other EU nations.• 100% approval rate guaranteed once paperwork has been assessed.
• Cyprus (EU) passports for all the immediate family issued within 3 months.
• Money held in Escrow until passports approved.
• No physical residency required, no language test, no medical test, no proof of income or interview.
• All nationalities eligible.
• Instantly enjoy all benefits of an EU native.
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EU-Africa B2B Private Sector Forum Holds 6 – 8 May 2015
The EU-Africa Chamber of Commerce has announced that the 1st edition of its EU-Africa B2B Forum in partnership with Euronews as main media partner will take place in Mons in Belgium from 06 – 08 May 2015.
This Business-to-Business (B2B) event aims to bring together business professionals to discuss mutual opportunities, expectations and needs. Over 500 participants are expected at the event daily.
The Forum has also partnered to this year European Business Summit: Forty-five (45) African Business Leaders will have a privileged access to the European Business Summit on 06 May:http://www.ebsummit.eu
B2B meetings will take a predominant part of this event but the EU-Africa B2B Forum will offer sessions for investment pitches and on key topics such as Energy, ICT, Mining & Raw Materials, Agro-business, Rail & Road, Business Law and Tourism.
Private sector organizations from more than 15 African, Caribbean and Pacific countries have been invited, including: South Africa, Rwanda, Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Senegal, Ethiopia, Benin, Cape Verde, Senegal, Madagascar, Morocco, Uganda, Angola, South Africa, etc.
High-level organizations, such as the European Commission, the African Union, the European Investment bank, as well as the African Development bank have also been invited to discuss opportunities and challenges for “Doing Business with Africa”.
The EU-Africa Chamber of Commerce (EUACC) is headquartered in Brussels since 2012. The EUACC’s mission is to promote the development of the African private sector and to encourage win-win and sustainable business partnerships between the European and African private sectors
EEPAN HOLDS E-GOVT SUMMIT
The E-payment Providers Association of Nigeria (EPPAN) to host Nigeria’s premier edition of the e-government summit, in Abuja on July 7 and 8, 2015. Theme: e-government: Key to sustainable development