Meet Our Partner: US Africa Trade Council

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Titus Olowokere, Exec Dir of US Africa Trade Council, making remarks at The Africa Diaspora SME Business Forum on July 14, 2016, at Gallup Headquarters in Washington, DC. This event was the first curtain-raiser for President Obama’s upcoming second U.S.-Africa Business Forum that was held shortly thereafter in New York on September 21, 2016 on the margins of the United Nations General Assembly.

The hosts were Jon Clifton, Managing Partner of Gallup, and Ambassador Robin Sanders, CEO-FEEEDS, and the partners are and GB Group Global.

The US-Africa Trade Council aims to connect American companies with tremendous economic opportunities Africa has to offer.  With our extensive experience, knowledge and elaborate network, we are in a unique position to support American companies in creating and developing businesses in Africa. We strive to be at the forefront of creating mutually beneficial relationships between the USA and Africa, resulting in sustainable economic development.  With our extensive network and experience in the United States, as well as the African industry and commerce, the Trade Council can quickly identify the right suppliers and provide prompt answers to questions about African imports and exports. We assist US companies seeking to build business partnerships in Africa, in varied sectors, including Agribusiness, Technology, Tourism, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Consumer goods, and Major Infrastructure.

Dr. Elizabeth Lungu-Nkumbula,
Mr. Godwin Oyefeso, Board Advisor of U.S.-Africa Trade Council
Titus Olowokere, President of the U.S.-Africa Trade Council
Congresswoman Dee Hawkins from Georgia State House of Representatives. U.S. State of Georgia Fetes Zambian Public Servant with Honorary Citizenship

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