The inaugural iPAD (Infrastructure Partnerships for African Development) Angola conference will be held in Luanda, Angola from 24-26 March 2009.
Angola is becoming an increasingly attractive destination for trade and investment, particularly in the infrastructure sector, which is a priority focus for the Angolan government. This is fuelling rapid growth in the civil engineering sector, with the ongoing rehabilitation of roads, bridges, schools, hospitals, etc.
This sector has been recording the highest growth rate in the country’s history, due to the many projects which have been implemented in the 18 provinces, and will continue to grow very rapidly in the future, as infrastructure enables products to reach consumers and facilitates the mobility of people, goods and services throughout the country.
Angola’s Institute of Development (IDIA) is considering setting up new industrial zones in the provinces in view of the significant level of growth the sector is recording. There is a need for industries in sectors such as petrochemical, metallomechanics, automobiles, timber, construction materials, pharmaceutical products and fisheries.
If you have been considering moving into this market, make use of this unique opportunity to meet with high-level government and business stakeholders at iPAD Angola 2009.
Visit www.ipad-africa.com/angola to register, or request further information from the following contacts:
- For registration information contact Jimina Schmidt: email email@example.com or phone +27 21 700 3521
- For general event information and information on the programme contact Piera Abbott: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +27 21 700 3545.
- For sponsorship information in English or French contact Jean-Tite Oloumoussié: email email@example.com or phone +27 21 700 3545.
- For sponsorship information in English or Portuguese contact Michela Valigy: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +27 21 700 3534.
- For travel information contact Rue Limekhaya: email
email@example.com or phone +27 21 700 3510