Half of the world's ten fastest growing economies in 2012 are expected to be in Africa. IIIC will develop discussions on how investments can be mobilized into the infrastructure sectors to meet the increased demand for power, reliable water services and mobility.
In order to reach a goal of universal access to modern infrastructure services in Southern Africa, consideration of various multi infrastructure sector pathways is required to help inform policy-makers and investors, and help guide system design.
The relationship between a national economy and its economic infrastructure is analogous to that between a building and its foundation.
IIIC will be launched as a two-day conference in the heart of Electra Mining Africa, Nasrec Expo Centre, Johannesburg.
Seize unique opportunities:
- Be the first to source information about future infrastructure projects from the institutions directly
- Seize the rare opportunity to meet major financial players of infrastructure projects all at one place: The World Bank - The European Investment Bank - The African Development Bank - The Development Bank of Southern Africa - kfW Entwicklungsbank - DEG - the GIZ!
- Initiate bilateral talks with suppliers to get information first-hand
Your Benefits :
- Meet decision makers from the Energy, Water and Transport Industries
- Network with international key business contacts and financial experts
- Get the latest market insights and trend prediction from high profile experts
- Raise your voice in a highly qualified network
Access Lucrative Target Markets at IIIC:
- European Union
- South Africa
…and the potential of over 30,000 visitors at Electra Mining!
IIIC aims to create a platform for business relationships between public and private stakeholders of the infrastructure sector and deliver discussions on the following topics:
- GDP growth vs. Investment growth - Closing the infrastructure gap
- How to create a sustainable Energy Mix for Southern Africa - Realities and Perspectives
- Perspectives on Transnational Energy Markets
- The role of IFIs between public and private expectations in the water sector
- The water sector as catalyst for urban development
- Mobility and Logistics in the City of Tomorrow
- The Transportation Sector as Catalyst for Economic Development and Open Markets
Please refer to the conference programme for further information.
Who should attend
- public administration,
- credit firms,
- public utilities,
- international donor organizations
CEOs & decision-makers, specialists from the industrial sectors:
- Energy business,
- traffic/transport/ logistics,
- building industry,
- plant construction,
- tender management,
- contracting and procurement,
- strategic planning,
- engineering consultants/consultants,
- investors/capital providers,
- research institutes, associations