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The idea behind Africa Collective was sparked in Davos in May 2022 during the time of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting: the initiators & partners of the initiative had long observed that the overall representation of Africa at the Forum, at other global events and in international media was not commensurate with its global importance and opportunities the continent represents.
Roadmap to Africa Collective
Africa Collective Davos Event 2023
There had been great events and initiatives at and during the Forum focused on Africa, including an inaugural business roundtable of the initiators of the Africa Collective initiative in January 2020 to discuss key topics for African stakeholders in Davos. However, to attain much higher visibility for all efforts made to highlight the positive relevance of Africa, the need for a broader platform became clear.
Based on this, the Africa Collective was born in May 2022 with three key objectives:
To Inform
Using simple and effective means to communicate about opportunities in Africa now and in the future 

To Exchange
Provide an anchor for African & international leaders, companies and organisations to exchange 
To Collaborate
Combine forces, resources and existing initiatives to create one big platform for Africa with much higher visibility and impact
Key measures we are taking:

Business Opportunities in Africa


Private Sector and Public Sector Relationships


A more robust and exciting environment in Africa

Partners are crucial to the mission of the initiative:

Two key partners at the inaugural stage of the initiative are the AfCFTA Secretariat and Business Insider Africa.

The AfCFTA Secretariat is the Patronage Partner of the Africa Collective and with its mission to facilitate trade in and with Africa stands exemplary for current and future opportunities on the continent.

Business Insider Africa is the Lead Media Partner of the Africa Collective and uses its content production and distribution capabilities to support the initiative to fulfill its media mission.

Follow the official Africa Collective-category on Business Insider Africa for African opportunities – and follow the Africa Collective social media channels on Linkedin & Instagram for news on the initiative.