08 - 09

Nov. 2016

Safari Conference Centre
Windhoek, Namibia

"Promoting Investment for Inclusive Growth and Industrialisation"

"Promoting Investment for Inclusive Growth and Industrialisation"

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INVITATION TO COVER THE INVEST IN NAMIBIA 2016 CONFERENCE, SAFARI COURT HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE, WINDHOEK, 8-9 NOVEMBER 2016.

The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology would like to invite all media houses to cover the Invest in Namibia 2016 Conference under the theme “Promoting investment for inclusive growth and industrialization” that will be held at the Safari Court Hotel and Conference Centre in Windhoek on the 8th and 9th of November 2016.

Charting the path towards prosperity for all, the Conference will serve as the ideal platform for domestic and international investors to explore unique opportunities in targeted sectors that have the potential to contribute towards economic growth. The Conference will further highlight Namibia’s strategic role as a logistics hub within the sub region and will showcase a pipeline of investment projects in key growth sectors such as Energy, Agriculture, Low-Cost Housing, Tourism, Manufacturing and Infrastructure.

The conference will officially be opened by H. E Dr. Hage G. Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia. Eight hundred (800) targeted audience including high ranking Government officials, foreign and domestic investors are expected to participate in the two day investment forum.

It is against this background that the media is being invited to cover this important conference that is to take place 8 – 9 November 2016, at Safari Court Hotel and Conference Centre.

Africa as a continent is on an unprecedented growth trajectory and is described as the new frontier. Several African economies have over the last few years registered positive economic growth in excess of 5.5% on average, which is far above growth experienced in mature markets. International institutions are ranking sub-Saharan Africa positively on several scores, in terms of good governance, peace and stability, and security of tenure thereby offering good returns on investment.

Accreditation will be from the 4th to the 6th of November 2016 at Safari Court Hotel and Conference Centre from 08h00-17h00.

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