Third Summit of the House of Africa, supported by the Ubuntu Tribe, animates Davos during the World Economic Forum

Davos, Switzerland (ots/PRNewswire) – “Together, We Rise” – an evening of dialogue and connection awaits you at the House of Trust Promenade on Wednesday, January 17, 2024

The world will witness another stunning convergence of hearts and minds at the upcoming third Africa House Summit, followed by the phenomenal Africa Night. The event will take place on Wednesday, January 17, 2024, from 7pm to 2am, at House of Trust Promenade 40, 7270 Davos. The World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos brings together more than 2,000 participants, including world leaders, to address pressing global issues.

Under the motto “Together, We Rise” The third edition of the Africa House Summit will bring together changemakers, government leaders, technology futurists and business leaders from around the world to translate ideas into concrete actions, while stimulating discussions about the connecting potential of our global communities.

Supported by the Ubuntu Tribe and sponsored by World Indigenous Forum (WIF)CNBC Africa, Forbes Africa, B1 and yeswetrust, the Africa House Summit is a high-profile event that promises to bring together the best and brightest minds for in-depth and constructive conversations about investment in Africa, technological advancement, sustainability and inclusion, and the creative industries from Africa.

A highlight will be the long-awaited informal conversation with African heads of state, who will offer their unique perspective on the challenges and ambitions that will shape the continent's future.

“The third edition of our Africa House Davos Summit demonstrates the persistence with which we pursue our goal of challenging and dispelling the myths that stand in Africa's path on the global stage. Currently, the world is paying unprecedented attention to our continent. “We are therefore honored to be able to contribute to this prestigious meeting during the World Economic Forum in Davos,” he said Kojo Annanco-founder of Africa House and founder of “B1 (Boardroom 1) – a communications software that redefines secure collaboration for a better, safer future”.

The first prominent panelists have already been announced: Kweku Mandelaphilanthropist and board member of the Global Citizen Festival, That is, Sheikha Alanoud Bint Hamad Al Thani of Qatar, Samaila Zubairu, CEO of Africa Finance Corporation, Prince Asante Obeng Oheneba Otchere of the Ashanti Kingdom, Ndidi NwuneliFounder/CEO of African Food Changemakers, Oh Leke, president of McKinsey Africa and Adebola Williams, president of Red Media Group. These visionary individuals will delve into the continent's important challenges and opportunities and discuss innovative solutions and partnerships that can drive Africa's growth.

“This year's event showcases not only Africa's potential, but also the spirit of Ubuntu: 'I am because we are' – a philosophy that emphasizes our interconnectedness and shared humanity,” he said Mamadou Kwidjim-Touré, CEO and founder of Ubuntu Tribe and co-founder of Africa House. “Ubuntu Tribe, an innovative fintech company, is committed to unlocking Africa's wealth and vast potential through sustainable tokenization and promoting decentralized ownership of Africa's gold and other natural resources.”

Following the summit, attendees will be the center of attention at the energetic Africa Night – an event that celebrates the heritage and cultures of this stunning continent with music, art, food and a sense of global connection.

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Chinyere Akataobi Statecraft, Red Media Africa: +233 813 923 2152; [email protected]
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