The Creative Africa Exchange CAX to take place in Kigali, Rwanda from January 16th to 18th 2020

The Creative Africa Exchange CAX is a consolidated market place for the creative and cultural industry which speaks directly to the creative economy in Africa hence the slogan "Africa by Creatives".     African Export-Import Banks(AFREXIM Bank) Creative Africa Exchange(CAX) programme, in collaboration with African Union, UNESCO, Times Multimedia andother multilateral institutions and strategic partners bring you theCreative Africa Exchange Weekend to be held in Kigali, Rwanda from 16"- 18'" January 2020 at the Intare ArenaThe Creative Africa Exchange (CAX) event which was initiated at the IATF 2018held in Egypt and hosted by the Egyptian government led to s 32 billion in trade dealsand 1.100 exhibitors from 45 countries in attendance.This year Attendance / panelists include, the President of Afrexim bank, the Government of Rwanda, Steve Harvey, African Development Bank,  Djimmon Hounson , Performances by D'Banj and Captains of Industry . 2000 participants and 250 exhibitors/vendors from 68 countries are expected to network , create business opportunities / investments, increase customer base.There will be breakout session in the following areas  from film , music , media, technology, fashion, Policy regulations and access to capital. Be part of the CAX's  weekend , participate in discussions with investors and captains of industry as we unlock the potentials on the continent through the creative industry,   notable African and global actors,  music stars, creative thought leaders across the continent have all confirmed attendance.For more information on how you can participate, partner,  and register to be part of the CAX weekend in Kigali the prelude to the IATF 2020 from the 1st  to the 7th of September 2020. at registration The post The Creative Africa Exchange CAX to take place in Kigali, Rwanda from January 16th to 18th 2020 appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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