At the second Africa Blue Economy Forum (ABEF 2019) (25-26 June, Tunis), the World Ocean Council (WOC) will organize a special session on regional maritime business collaboration, with a focus on North Africa and the Mediterranean.
The WOC session will explore the development of regional, cross-sectoral industry interaction to address the sustainable development challenges of North Africa’s waters and the wider Mediterranean. The session will bring together representatives of fisheries, aquaculture, cruise tourism, oil and gas, ports and other sectors active in the Mediterranean. Prospective speakers are invited to contact the WOC at email@example.com.
The session’s process and outputs will provide valuable experience and information on the development of ocean business leadership collaboration groups for other regions of Africa, e.g. Gulf of Guinea, East Africa, Red Sea.
Companies and industry groups interested in participating in the WOC session on regional collaboration may obtain a registration fee discount for the entire ABEF by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Overall, the ABEF will again gather business leaders, investors, innovators, government and civil society from across the globe to advance the sustainable Blue Economy in Africa.
As the ABEF Strategic Ocean Partner, the World Ocean Council is working to ensure wide participation from the diverse global WOC ocean business and investment community network.
The ABEF 2019 will especially focus on investment opportunities and emerging industries within Africa’s ocean economy, building strategic partnerships between the public and private sectors and promoting sustainable best practices.
For details on the program and to register, visit https://abef2019.com.
WOC Members are eligible for a discount on the ABEF registration fee, details of which can be found in the WOC Members Pages. For enquiries, please contact email@example.com.