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Media Event ~ 9th Annual Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference
Date Tuesday October 15
Time 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/AuthorMichael Harris
Location Details
California State Capitol Park
Camillia Grove ~ near 12th and L St
Downtown Sacramento
Join us as we announce and set good intentions for our 9th Annual, Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference, October 15-17, 2019.

Our Media Event and Press Conference in the California State Capitol Park, Pioneer Camellia Grove near Lst and 12th Street, will allow credentialed press and guests to receive a Press Kit filled with information providing an overview, with expected outcomes from our 3 day Conference that seeks to expand Pan African Trade and Investment with our 5th largest economy on earth, the State of California.

The Pioneer Camellia Grove was established as a living memorial to the early builders of California in recognition of their courage, determination & contribution toward progress in the community, a perfect backdrop to a positive new way forward this special 400 year of return.

The focus of the 9th Annual, Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference presentations, displays and workshops will be toward expanding California's current trade programs with Africa and the Caribbean toward providing the following benefits:

Generating increased bilateral investment in economic development where infrastructure and business development would provide needed improvements.

Creating opportunities for marketing California's corporate and small businesses products and services in developing African Nations and the Caribbean.

Creating jobs in both the leisure and business travel market Creating educational exchanges between California's educational institutions (public colleges in the University of California, California State University and California Community Colleges) and private institutions studying and embarking on study trips to African and Caribbean educational institutions for cultural and economic reasons.

Establishing trade and commerce in intellectual property, mechanical equipment and agricultural products between California businesses and their counterparts in Africa and the Caribbean.

Supporting existing California state programs and institutions for promoting effective and fair business, educational, and cultural relations between California, Africa & the Caribbean.
Added to the calendar on Monday Sep 30th, 2019 12:15 PM

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