14:00 - 14:45 Arrival and Registration
14:55 - 15:10 Opening Remarks
15:15 - 17:35 Tailor Made Matchmaking with African Ambassadors and Dutch Private Sector
17:40 - 19:10 Plenary Session: Doing Business Award, Nominees Announced Monday 1st of October 2018
19:20 - 21:45 Cocktails, Dinner and Networking
Jimmy Nelson, Photographer
Jimmy’s dream has always been to create awareness about our world’s indigenous cultures through his photography.
Since his first internationally acclaimed exploration through Tibet almost 30 years ago, Jimmy Nelson has travelled to the world’s most hidden corners to photograph indigenous peoples. In 2013 he published his first book Before They Pass Away, with which his lifelong dream, to create awareness about the world’s unimaginable diversity, became reality.
On his journeys he is continuously witnessing the speed with which the amazing communities are embracing the future. He has come to realize, after a life spent traveling, that his camera is the perfect tool for making contact and building intimate and unique connections.
Learn more about Jimmy Nelson and his work by clicking here.
Peter de Ruiter, Managing Director, NABC
Peter has over 30 years of professional experience as Tax Professional in PwC and EY. With this experience he built up an outstanding track record of successful high profile client engagements. Peter worked and lived in a number of countries. He gained tax and business expertise in emerging/developing markets such as Central Eastern Europe, Nigeria and West-Africa.
He is a fiscal lawyer with a passion for the technical aspects of international and national tax rules. And he knows how to use this legal framework to achieve the business objectives of his clients. As senior partner in PwC Peter has led larger (up to 300 staff) teams operating in a number of different jurisdictions. Over the years he has achieved impressive revenue and profit growth with his teams in these countries.
Marina Diboma, Deputy Managing Director, NABC
Born and raised in Cameroon, Marina Diboma is a graduate from the University of Amsterdam with degrees in Communication Science and Business Studies.
Every year during the Ambassadors Dinner, a prestigious award is presented to one of our notable members. The ''Doing Business in Africa'' (DBA) Award aims to reward, with recognition, company's contribution to the sustainable and inclusive economic development within Africa. Apart from being an active member in the NABC community, the criteria include working in an informative, inclusive and sustainable manner, and having a clear strategy and an active engagement in the African market that has proven a business success.
The following four companies have been pre-selected as nominees for the DBA awards are the following: Jobnet Africa, Delft Imaging Systems B.V., Kountable, and Tunga! The top three companies with the most votes will be given the floor during the Ambassadors Dinner to pitch their successful business stories and the audience will get a chance to vote for the winner at the event.
Now we ask for your help - vote for the three companies you believe should battle for the DBA award, and you could possibly win two tickets to the Ambassadors Dinner!
JobNet Africa builds the international recruitment brand JobnetAfrica and expanded its team to 10 colleagues with 6 different nationalities working from Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Ethiopia, South Africa and the Netherlands. Over the past 5 years they have placed more than 100 international, regional and local candidates in 24 different countries with their international clients active in Africa.
Want to know more? Visit www.jobnetafrica.com
Why should Jobnet Africa win the award?
One of the most important ways to help Africa grow is through education. However, to provide education for the offsprings, it is crucial that parents have sustainable income which is driven by economic growth. Jobnet Africa plays a notable part in developing a platform where parents have the opportunity to send their children to schools. This is done through working together with companies and organizations that work towards the economic growth and job creation in Africa. By doing so, Jobnet Africa ensures that the next generation is more educated and empowered than the last.
Delft Imaging Systems B.V.
Delft believes that everyone should benefit from innovations in the field of healthcare. Delft Imaging Systems provide diagnostic imaging devices and artificial intelligence software to people worldwide. In 2016, Delft installed X-Ray systems with CAD4TB software in 52 hospitals and clinics across Ghana. All X-Ray systems are interlinked to a central e-health platform, making it possible for hospitals to exchange medical information, and strenghten the Ghanian healthcare system. Over the last 5 years, Delft Imaging Systems' innovations helped to screen over 2 million people for tuberculosis. They have implemented over 40 projects in more than 33 countries, supported by their two local offices in Africa.
Want to know more? Visit www.delft.care
Why should Delft Imaging Systems B.V. win the award?
Delft Imaging Systems project in Ghana is a great example of their way of work. The clinics all have solar panels on the roof and can go without power for 4-6 hours, making it an excellent combination of sustainability and resilience in remote environments. Local doctors and physicians were trained in reading and reporting on chest X-Rays and tuberculosis. In addition, all technical maintenance to the equipment is carried out by local engineers of Universal Delft, their local office in Accra. Furthermore, to involve the local population, Ghanaian artists were asked to decorate all the clinics, making it a trully Ghanaian project.
Just in 3 years, Tunga has managed to build a platform and a business from a scratch that allows talented African IT professionals to bridge cultural and other barriers to the international labour market. At this point in time, Tunga has set up a fast expanding network consisting of 220 developers from countries as Uganda, Nigeria and Egypt and has already served over 100 clients, from all over the world.
Want to know more? Visit www.tunga.io
Why should Tunga win the award?
Youth unemployment is a major challenge for the African continent. At the same time, there is a worldwide shortage of IT professionals. Tunga was founded to improve the position of African youth by helping them get access to the attractive international labour market. Additionally, Tunga is a modern, client-focused and innovative company with a mission to be a possitive influence for the society at large. In short, Tunga is a viable business in every sense and hopefully many will be inspired to follow their example.
Kountable is a global trade facilitation platform that works with SMEs across Africa who supply big organizations like government agencies, non-profits and corporates with first quality, globally sourced ICT, medical supplies and industrial equipment. Kountable partners with SMEs to buy the goods they need on their behalf, eliminating the need for collateral, and providing an alternative to loans which is often faster and less costly.
Want to know more? Visit www.kountable.com
Why should Kountable win the award?
Kountable lowers the barriers of African trade with funding, technology and management; therefore, provides an opportunity for African entrepreneurs to access the global markets. Furthermore, with Kountable, African buyers can expect nothing less but transparency, particularly within the supply chain. Laslty, existing global market leaders have not created solutions and without the right solution, these leaders have limited access to the African marketplace. Meanwhile, Kountable helps to build, develop, nurture and grow African middle class economies in a sustainable way through entrepreneurship and technology.
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