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African specialists to xray COVID-19 @ #StartupSouth:#LifeAfterCorona

Experts from throughout Africa will converge on-line on the #StartupSouth:#LifeAfterCorona Virtual Conference on Monday March 30, at 4pm (GMT+1) to debate the Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Africa and advise applicable response by company organisations and Governments.

Uche Aniche, convener, #StartupSouth stated that as Corona Virus ravage the world, humanity is responding with assets being deployed to include it.

“Experts agree that like every pandemic in world’s history, Corona Virus will leave in its wake a devastating economic outcome for humanity. Also drawing from history, it’s not difficult to see that Africa will be the most hit. While everyone else is focused on measures to contain, it’s our considered view that some people can elevate the conversation to focus on dealing with the aftermath of Covid-19” he stated

#StartupSouth: #LifeAfterCorona Conference will function professional epidemiologists, bankers, information analysts and the innovation group in a web based convention to debate post-CoronaVirus financial affect & response evaluation for Africa by Africans.

Expected outcomes would come with concepts on African centered initiatives to leverage alternatives and decrease unfavorable financial penalties for post-pandemic Africa.

Some of the already confirmed specialists embody Mrs. Ndidi Nwuneli (Co-Founder at Sahel Capital and Founder, LEAP Africa), Bradley Shaw (Regional Manager, MEA, NuRAN Wireless), Ben White (Co-Founder, Venture Capital for Africa VC4A.com), Cheta Nwanze (Lead Partner, SBM Intelligence) and plenty of others.

The Conference is supported by VC4A.com, SBM Intelligence and Society of Igbo Professionals (SIP). Attendance is free topic to registration through bit.ly/covid19vc.



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