According to Mckinsey&Company, the Covid 19 crisis contains the seeds for a large-scale reimagination of Africa’s economic structure, service delivery systems, and an entirely redefined social contract. The crisis is accelerating trends such as digitization, market consolidation, and regional cooperation and is creating important new opportunities, for example, the promotion of local industry, and the formalization of small businesses, and the transformation of infrastructure.
At the recently concluded Horasis Global Meeting, a high-level panel on Africa’s Irrepressible surgency explored the role of Africa in driving global competitiveness.
Panelists included the Chairman of Mocoh, Mr. Michael Hacking, The Founder and Chairman of the Africa Trade Alliance, Mr. Muzamil Abdelkarim, and the Executive Secretary of the African Business Roundtable, Mr. Samuel Ayodele.
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