CCA Trade Missions
Join CCA for a Trade Mission to Sudan
Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) will lead its first ever trade mission to Sudan on December 4-7, 2017 following the U.S. administration’s recent decision to lift economic sanctions on the country. This trade mission aims to capitalize on the significant shift in U.S. policy, which opens the door for U.S. companies to do business in Africa’s sixth largest economy.
December 4 - 7, 2017
CCA will convene a private sector delegation of investors and business executives to explore opportunities in agribusiness, energy, ICT, infrastructure and power.
The Corporate Council on Africa’s trade missions are programs on the continent designed to help companies explore trade and investment opportunities in African markets. Our trade missions serve as excellent door-openers that help U.S. firms establish strategic connections with local business communities in Africa, and facilitate access to key economic decision-makers and senior government officials.
About CCA Trade Missions
Our trade missions offer participants the opportunity to:
Meet and network with senior government officials (group and private meetings)
Explore business opportunities in Africa's most promising sectors
Gain a deeper understanding of investment climates
Discover new business partners during meetings with local business leaders
Obtain real-time leads that can result in sales and contracts
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