The 8th YOUNG CEO’S BUSINESS FORUM (YCBF), one of the largest entrepreneurships and economic event exclusive to Young enterprise leaders from the heart Africa, will be held on 25-27 July, 2019 in Kigali, Rwanda. The event will begin with an opening cocktail party by one of Africa’s greatest Music legend and accompanied on the last day by the African Tech Start Up Day and award dinner.

It’s the eighth time that we’re gathering global opinion leaders in the private and public sector at the Young CEO’s business forum. On 25-27 July 2019 we’ll be sharing experiences and knowledge, discussing key issues for the African economy, matters of importance for the development of Africa as well as challenges in business from the point of view of the “average entrepreneur” – says David James Egwu & Rex Idaminabo, Co-founders of the Young CEOs business forum, and organizers of the Young CEO’S business summit.

Among the highpoint of the events accompanying the 8th YOUNG CEO’S BUSINESS SUMMIT will be the meeting of young and innovative businesses with representatives of big corporations and investors from both Africa, Europe and America and of course the African Tech Start up Day and the award dinner.

The previous, 6th & 7th anniversary edition of the YOUNG CEO’s business forum which took place in Duesseldorf-Germany & Atlanta-USA attracted a record number of over 600 participants. The Poland – Africa business forum event, which held in Warsaw the capital City of Poland, was visited by over 250 people, including top business leaders from Europe especially Poland and that of their counter part from within 17 African countries.

A wide range of topics covers a number of main areas, which results in more than thirty debates, sessions, meetings and other events. This year’s debate will tackle such themes as the role of young people in transforming Africa and the future of the African Union, correlations between expansive technologies and economic and social development, international economic cooperation or sustainable development issues