ADIS 2024 Harnesses Entrepreneurial Spirit For African Development

ADIS 2024 Harnesses Entrepreneurial Spirit For African Development

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The African Diaspora Network (ADN) is gearing up to host the ninth annual African Diaspora Investment Symposium (ADIS24), a prestigious global event aimed at celebrating and championing the entrepreneurial spirit of Africans, African Diasporans, and friends of Africa.

The symposium is scheduled to take place from March 20-22, 2024, at the majestic Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California.

This year’s symposium, themed “Activate with Africa: Climate Change, Connections, and Action,” underscores the urgency of addressing pressing global challenges, particularly climate change, while emphasizing the importance of forging meaningful connections and taking concrete actions.

During the symposium, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in a diverse range of activities, including keynote speeches, panel discussions, and interactive sessions. Renowned speakers and industry leaders will share insights and expertise on topics ranging from sustainable development to investment opportunities in Africa.

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Key Details:

Date: March 20-22, 2024

Venue: Hayes Mansion, San Jose, California, USA

Host: African Diaspora Network (ADN)


Objectives Of The Conference:

  • Inspire and equip participants to become agents of change.
  • Foster innovation and collaboration among global leaders and entrepreneurs.
  • Address pressing global challenges, particularly climate change.
  • Showcase investment opportunities and promote economic development in Africa.


Contact Information:

Email Megan Hunsberger, Associate Director of Programs and Operations






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