CEO Roundtable Roars to Life in Vic Falls Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe – The CEO Africa Annual Roundtable 2024 officially begins today at the Elephant Hills Resort in Victoria Falls, marking the start of a four-day event set to conclude on June 15, 2024. President Emmerson Mnangagwa is scheduled to officially open the Roundtable on June 13, underscoring his commitment to Zimbabwe’s economic growth. This year’s event, the 10th edition, is themed “The Future of Africa: Modernise, Reshape and Grow” and is attracting C-Suite Executives, Investors, Fund Managers, Senior Government Officials, and various other leaders from key economic sectors worldwide.

The attendance of President Mnangagwa at this prestigious global economic event highlights his dedication to propelling Zimbabwe to an Upper Middle Economic Status, under the mantra ‘Zimbabwe is Open for Business.’ His administration has been focused on improving the ease of doing business in Zimbabwe. Recently, President Mnangagwa attended crucial economic summits in South Korea and Russia, aiming to bolster Zimbabwe’s economic prospects through strategic bilateral ties and attracting Foreign Direct Investment.

The CEO Africa Roundtable has evolved from an annual event into a permanent platform for continuous engagement among African decision-makers and international investors. Despite ongoing geopolitical challenges and economic difficulties, Africa possesses significant potential to modernize, reshape, and grow. The continent’s abundant natural resources, growing digital economy, youthful population, and increasing regional integration efforts position it to become a global economic powerhouse and hub of innovation.

As a high-level platform for CEOs and senior executives from both public and private sectors, the CEO Africa Roundtable fosters the exchange of crucial economic and business knowledge across Africa. The event continues to drive conversations that are critical for economic transformation and growth across the continent.

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