Alternative Possibilities

Shaping a future of doing business and investing in Africa that is rooted in delivering financial and social impact requires the constant focus and collaboration of leaders, business executives, investment practitioners, governments, educators and philanthropists.
The Alternative Possibilities (AP) is a content–driven, open forum that leverage the expertise and transformational experience of unique individuals and pioneers to examine what works and what doesn't work when doing business or investing in Africa.
Informed by our proprietary research into executive leadership in today’s fast-paced, dynamic and complex business environment; the Alternative Possibilities is designed to inspire leadership and understanding of the evolving nature of Africa’s financial, business, economic and political landscape. It is private and open to members by invitation only.

INVESTMENT DIALOGUE

Aligning Fiscal Policy, Governance and Credibility to Strengthen Investors’ Confidence
Interactive townhall style discussion with HON. KEN OFORI–ATTA, Finance Minister of Ghana on initiatives for market stability and investment harmony. This is your opportunity to ask the most pressing questions related to investing in Ghana.

WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2017   |   18:30 - 20:30  |   LONDON


 
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LEADERSHIP DIALOGUE

The Dream is Free but the Hustle Comes at a CostVVVV
Alpesh H. Patel’s story is the journey of an unconventional standalone entrepreneur. Far from being a slick get-rich-quick tale, TESTED follows the gritty reality of this maverick businessman as he travels the world looking for opportunities, making mistakes and – sometimes – getting it very right.

TUESDAY 01 AUGUST 2017   |   18:30 - 20:30  |   LONDON


 
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LEADERSHIP DIALOGUE

Leveraging Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Create Broad-based Growth
Pilita Clark, FT Environment Correspondent with James Cameron, Partner, Systemiq and Christiana Figueres, former Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

TO BE CONFIRMED


 
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WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

A leadership Insight into the many facets of the African Markets
Pilita Clark, FT Environment Correspondent with James Cameron, Partner, Systemiq and Christiana Figueres, former Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

TO BE CONFIRMED


 
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WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

It's Time To Challenge Female Leadership Norms in Africa
Pilita Clark, FT Environment Correspondent with James Cameron, Partner, Systemiq and Christiana Figueres, former Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

TO BE CONFIRMED


 
INVESTMENT DIALOGUE

Spotlight on Rwanda’s Unique Competitive Positioning in East and Central Africa
An open conversation on practical ways of developing an inclusive and broad-based financial sector that can encourage institutional and private investment into long-term projects.

TO BE CONFIRMED