Africa Business Club

IMPERIAL COLLEGE BUSINESS SCHOOL AFRICA BUSINESS CLUB PRESENTS

USING INNOVATION TO RE-ENGINEER AFRICA'S DEVELOPMENT

MOVING FROM TALK TO ACTION

16th July 2016

9:00 to 17:30

Venue: Imperial College Business School, SW7 2AZ

AGENDA

Our launch event themed “Using Innovation to re-engineer Africa’s development - Moving from talk to action” promises thought provoking discussions about the next phase of growth in Africa.

Come join the dialogue and network with African political and business leaders as we probe the peculiarities associated with innovation on the continent. Matters arising around the adoption and diffusion of innovation in business models, processes, payment models, energy, utilities, technology and leadership.

The conference is open to the general public. We look forward to interacting with you.
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SPEAKERS

Aragbesola

H.E. Rauf Aregbesola

Executive Governor, Osun State, Nigeria

Odumodu

Joseph Odumodu DBA MFR

Former DG, Standard Organisation of Nigeria

Former CEO, May & Baker plc

Imperial College Business School

Rosalind Kainyah MBE

Founder & Managing Director KINA Advisory Limited

Non-Executive Director, Invest In Africa

Imperial College Business School

Ifeanyi Okoye PhD. mni OFR

Founder & Managing Director Juhel Nigeria Limited

Imperial College Business School

Mr. Raphael Ani

Head of Africa Business Practice, KPMG UK

Imperial College Business School

Akinwole Omoboriowo II

Advisory Board Member, Global Thinkers Forum

Imperial College Business School

Dr. Ntuthuko Melusi Bhengu CD(SA)

Commissioner, National Planning Commission of South Africa

Imperial College Business School

Mrs. Toyin Sanni

Group CEO, United Capital

Imperial College Business School

Dr. Bu Siakpere FFPM MRCOG

Global Medical Affairs Director, Stiefel – a GSK company

Imperial College Business School

Eunice Baguma Ball

Founder, Africa Technology Business Network

Imperial College Business School

Mr. Phil Jarman

General Manager, AngloAfrican Ventures

Imperial College Business School

Mr. Chike Eduputa

Management Consultant – Life Scences, PA Consulting Group

Imperial College Business School

Mr. Ade Adeyemi

Integrated Care Programme Lead, UCL NHS Foundation Trust

Founder, KopfAdeyemi Fellowship

Imperial College Business School

Mr. Imad Mesdoua

Political Analyst, Africa Matters Limited

Imperial College Business School

Leslie Drake PhD.

Executive Director, Partnership for Child Development, Imperial College London

Imperial College Business School

Christopher Corbishley

Elite Academic Support, London Stock Exchange

Imperial College Business School

Rob Withagen

Founder/Managing Director, Asoko Insight

Imperial College Business School

Dr. Sunday Popo-Ola PhD.

Research and Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College London

Imperial College Business School

Prof. Stephen Kevin Smith

Non-Executive Director, NetScientific plc

Imperial College Business School

Dr. Ferdinand Che PhD.

Associate Dean, American University of Nigeria - Businees School

Beatrix Wu

Co-Founder, Consult for Africa

Esosa Aihie

Founder, Co-Chair and Editor, Nigeria Magazine

Ediri Koloko

Director of Education, UK Skincare Academy

Ufoma Koloko

Managing Director, UK Skincare Academy

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Sean Ndiho Obedih

Founding Partner, New-Gen Angels

Gafar Adedeji

Relationship Manager, First City Monument Bank

FOUNDERS/ORGANISING TEAM

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Debo Odulana

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Nyankhundi Phiri

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Genevieve Sekwalor

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Somto Okoye

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Karim Benaraich

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Fogo Adelowo

ABOUT THE CLUB

The Africa Business Club is a student led organisation at Imperial College Business School whose aim is to facilitate dialogue and develop initiatives to foster collaborations that will drive Africa’s development, in accordance with the “intelligent business” mantra of Imperial College Business School.

PARTNERS

Consult 4 Africa
Nigeria Magazine
IC Magazine
Botosoft
She Leads Africa
Lovespace