NEW YORK, February 24, 2015. EnovativeTV Inc. (ETV) the leading distributor of live African television over the Internet, will be streaming six presentations, plus exclusive interviews, at the 17th Annual Africa Business Conference at the Harvard Business School on Saturday, February 28, 2015.
Themed "A More Inclusive Africa: The Pursuit of Progress for All”, the conference will focus on opportunities for more inclusive economic growth, in terms of socioeconomic segments, industries, gender, and sectors.
Conference Co-Chairs Leo Markel and Nneka Ezeigwe stated “We think that growth that cuts across all of these will generate multiplier effects in the economy and will promote political stability. We envision that this type of growth will be led by the private sector. However, a public sector that promotes a business-friendly environment, creates a safety net, and exhibits good governance will be instrumental in achieving inclusive growth.”
The two day event, from February 27 to March 1, 2015, is organized by the Africa Business Club at the Harvard Business School and brings together more than 1,200 attendees from across the US with some of Africa’s top contemporary business leaders, scholars and decision makers.
The Conference features a variety of impressive keynote speakers, and EnovativeTV will be streaming live on the Africa Business Conference website (www.africabusinessconference.com) as well as ETV NETWORK (EnovativeTV’s own channel) and EnovativeTV’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/enovativeTV). Speakers include:
- Ken Njoroge – Co-Founder and the Group CEO of Cellulant. Mr. Njoroge is a career entrepreneur having co-founded 3Mice Interactive Media, a leading web development firm in East Africa, which was purchased by Africa Online.
- Fred Swaniker – Serial Entrepreneur. Mr. Swaniker is ranked among the "top 10 young power men in Africa" by Forbes Magazine, and is training Africa's future decision-makers, politicians, entrepreneurs, scientists and Nobel Prize winners.
- Arunma Oteh - Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Nigeria. Ms. Oteh has held a variety of high level positions in finance, and was elected Chairperson, Africa Middle East Regional Committee (AMERC) of the International Organization of Securities Commissions.
In addition to the keynotes, the Africa Business Conference will provide a variety of engaging and interactive panels exploring topics such as entrepreneurship, agriculture, healthcare, consumer products, education, finance, and infrastructure. EnovativeTV will film select panel discussions as well as interview panelists and attendees, providing insights on the latest economic trends in Africa. These highlights and the keynote speeches will remain available to the public on the ETV NETWORK after the event.
Serge Vallet, Chief Executive Officer of EnovativeTV said “EnovativeTV is proud to be a media sponsor of the Harvard Business School Africa Business Conference - by streaming live the keynotes and select panel discussion, we can expand the reach of this insightful business conference to the African Diaspora in North America and Africans in Africa.”
EnovativeTV, a New York based corporation, delivers global live television, video-on-demand, radio and other services to thousands of subscriber’s television, computer and mobile device in North America and around the world.
The EnovativeTV African subscription package includes more than 140 channels from Africa in French, English and Arabic. EnovativeTV carries international channels such as EuroNews and France 24, regional stations such as Africa 24 and national networks such as Radiodiffusion Télévision Ivoirienne (RFI) in the Ivory Coast.
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About the Africa Business Conference at Harvard
The Africa Business Conference is the world’s largest student-run event focused on business in Africa. It brings together more than 1,200 participants and is the ultimate networking opportunity for business and community leaders, corporate sponsors, students, educators and anyone passionate about business opportunities in Africa. The Conference will be held at the Harvard Business School campus in Boston, Massachusetts and will include a variety of networking sessions that offer conference attendees the opportunity to meet with a diverse collection of African employers and leaders. With representation and entrepreneurs from across the banking, agriculture, technology, manufacturing, infrastructure and education sectors, the event will allow participants to not only network with potential employers, but will showcase many of the organizations leading Africa’s growth and integration.
For more information, go to http://www.africabusinessconference.com