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Commonwealth Argosy Events Briefing – Thursday 7th September
Book your tickets to come and meet with like-minded business professionals with Commonwealth Argosy at the
Cavalry & Guard’s Club in London’s Piccadilly.
Malawi: New Gateway to Africa’s Markets
Guest Speaker: Mr. Clement Kumbambe – CEO of the Malawi Investment and Trade Council
Africa’s population is growing and now stands at 1.216 billion, almost equal to that of China and India. The economy is growing
and is the centre of new consumer markets from technology, textile to different manufacturing sectors and tourism.
Malawi – located in the central south-east part of the continent – is a founder, member and at a strategic location of the over
460 million population of African trade markets under the Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA)
and the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC). To book your place click here.
Past, Present and Future Business Connections
United Kingdom has historical, political and social links with Malawi, whose English-speaking labour forces, strategic location
and export processing zones in the manufacturing and services industries which includes a search for mobile telephone operator,
financial services and ICT development. The country has continued with reforms, created one-stop investment shop and has huge
potential in petroleum and gas, mining, agro-processing and tourism. As the UK leaves the European Union, Malawi, the home,
for decades, of various British sectors could be a strategic and financially sensible centre to expand businesses across the world.
Please book early to avoid disappointment as numbers are limited.
- Date/Time: Thursday 7th September at 6.30pm for 7.00pm (finishes 9.00pm).
- Venue: Cavalry & Guards Club, 127 Piccadilly London, W1J 7PX.
- Dress Ladies: Smart separate, elegant dress or business attire. No jeans
- Dress: Gentleman: Business suit, or jacket and collar and tie. No jeans.
- Members: £35.00.
- Introductory Guests (booked before 24th August 2017): £55.00.
- Introductory Guests (booked after 24th August 2017): £65.00.
All tickets include drinks and canapés.