IGD President Mima Nedelcovych offers reflections on Huffington Post on what the presidency of Donald J. Trump means for strengthening Africa’s private sector and spurring economic growth.
Media advisory outlines coverage for IGD’s two-day workshop, “Making Markets Work: A Private Sector Workshop on Reducing Postharvest Loss and Unlocking Potential in the Nigerian Tomato Value Chain”, on November 1- 2 in Lagos, Nigeria.
More than 150 African and global business leaders convened for the IGD Fall Frontier 100 Forum on Oct. 4 and 5 in Washington, under the theme “Unleashing an Enabling Environment for Africa’s Private Sector to Achieve Inclusive Growth”.
The Initiative for Global Development will host its Spring Frontier 100 Forum on May 13-14, in Nairobi, Kenya, focusing on how African companies and multinational corporations can drive job creation and growth.
The Nigeria-based Leadership newspaper featured IGD’s Frontier 100 Forum in recent coverage.
IGD is pleased to announce that its Spring Frontier 100 Forum will now take place on May 13-14 in Nairobi, Kenya.