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You are invited to the Dallas Trade & Investment Summit taking place November 18-22, 2019 at Hyatt Regency North Dallas.
The Summit is set to attract more than 500 participants from across the globe representing a variety of expertise including key policy and decision makers, regulators, business investors, entrepreneurs, and global influencers.
The Summit will also provide an opportunity for counties to showcase current and envisaged projects and investment opportunities.
Investment opportunities include Infrastructure & Energy, Capital Markets & Financial Services, Blue Economy, Environment & Waste Management, AGOA Opportunities, Agriculture & Value Additions, Real Estate & Housing, Sustainable Manufacturing, and Tourism.
Among expected speakers include Rt Hon Raila Odinga (Former Prime Minister & Special Envoy for Africa Union on Infrastructure), Mike Sonko (Governor, Nairobi County), and James Mureu (2019 Africa Business Award Winner, Immediate former President EA Chamber of Commerce, Vice President - KNCCI).
Be sure to take advantage of the conference hotel rates before it is too late: https://tinyurl.com/DallasSummitHotel.
More information at https://www.thedallassummit.com.
This is a waste of funds. there were multiple trade fairs last year and this year but the manufacturing sector is down, the agricultural sector is down too. Ethiopia will be holding one jumbo trade and investment in Addis where foreign and local, large and small enterprises will be featured but in Kenya you get Sonko Dallas Trade & Investment Summit. Show us what you have done here in Nairobi.
You can't even get one sponsor or speaker from any of the US,Texas or Dallas city governments. You are growing trade between them and Kenya. That says all they think about your "summit"
Waheshimiwas, come with huduma number application forms and give those of us that have not been able to travel to DC.
I'm glad they are not coming to DMV, huku we do not entertain classless goons like Sonko...........
Joyriders misusing Wanjikus money.