Wednesday June 29
@ 10am – 12:30pm ET
Inspiring a New Perspective
Join us for an informational webinar featuring 9 guest speakers gathered to share their experiences of Impact in one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
Africa’s GDP is expected to rise over 6% by 2023 – will you be a part of it’s Impact story?
With one of the fastest-growing regional economies and the youngest populations, Africa is becoming a key player in the global economy today. The opportunity for Impact Investing in the world’s second-largest continent is significant and growing bigger every day.
Please join CommonGood Capital and a panel of hand-selected speakers to learn more about the opportunity in Africa across a diverse array of impact themes.
We will start with three sessions (20 mins each) focused on the African context informed by the personal experiences of executives from across the continent:
- What makes Africa so important?
- A personal story of the power of business
- The digital transformation of Africa
The second section will consist of two consecutive breakout rounds, allowing for a deeper discussion into impact themes and investment strategies (35 mins each) from our esteemed guests. All sessions will be recorded for replay or to review breakouts you did not attend.
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- Financial Inclusion
Breakout Round 2
- Africa Feeding the World
- Real Assets: Real Estate, Agriculture, etc.
- Purpose-Driven Businesses
Prospective investors in private placement securities should be aware that making an investment is speculative and involves a high degree of risk, including the risk of losing all or a portion of an investment. Investments of this nature are illiquid and subject to substantial restrictions upon transferability.
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