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The Society is a network of academic scholars and business professionals dedicated to the understanding and advancement of business and entrepreneurship in Africa, in a broad and inclusive sense.

The Society promotes academic and professional research and publications on issues related to business and entrepreneurship in Africa through conferences and distribution of an academic journal, professional periodical and other medias.

THE 3rd international conference of management “CIM 2020”
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The 9th africa business conference

Theme : Innovation & Management

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  • Conference Programme

    Published On: September 5th, 2017

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  • Conference Organizing Committee Members

    Published On: August 20th, 2016

    CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITEE MEMBERS Papers should be sent to: Prof. Issouf Soumaré ABERS VP Program and Conference Chair Faculty of Business Administration Laval University, Canada Phone: (1) 418-656-3423 Email: conference@africabusiness.org or Issouf.Soumare@fsa.ulaval.ca VCU 2017 Conference

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  • Travel and Hotel Reservation

    Published On: August 19th, 2016

    Travel and Hotel Reservation Hotel information: -- Rates forthcoming – Name: The Graduate Hotel Contact Personnel- Nicole Boughan Contact Number-804-218-8176 Reservation Name- VCU Doing Business in Africa Email: nboughan@graduaterichmond.com Website: Click Here Address: 301 West

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  • USA Entry Visa Application

    Published On: August 7th, 2016

    ENTRY VISA APPLICATION Please contact the nearest US Consulate as early as possible to start your Entry Visa application. Letter of Invitation for USA Entry Visa All the conference participants and their accompanying partners who

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PRESIDENT’S WORD

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE AFRICA BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH SOCIETY

Africa has always been in the news for bad things, conflict, poverty, natural disasters and diseases. All these have been attributed to inability for Africa to develop and consequently address its own problems. In recent years, this has been changing. There has been a feeling that it is time for Africa to grow and transform. This is coming after the emergence of China and India in the last 20 to 30 years as economic giants. These two countries have witnessed tremendous social economic transformation while Africa has lagged behind. More

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