Round Table Africa 2011Sustainable Business Event.

Africa has an enormous potential of natural resources to provide for the people of Africa.  However to afford this for present and future generations, it will require a culture of sustainability in the business world. The Round Table Africa 2011 Sustainable Business Event will explore current initiatives and opportunities for this to happen. Renowned captains of industry, leading researchers and reputable institutions will set the scene amongst others: UNESCO, the East African Community, the African Development Bank and many larger and smaller businesses and business associations in the region. Register now for this unique event and connect with fellow practitioners.

Event theme: Business resilience, sustainability and the rapidly changing environment.

Venue: Mt. Meru Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania, December 15th& 16th 2011

The two-day event is held on December 15th& 16th 2011 in brand new Mt Meru hotel in Arusha, Tanzania. Especially business communities, governmental organisations, academia, development organisations, and media are invited to register. The event will provide excellent networking and knowledge sharing opportunities through match making sessions, technical sessions on specific topics, and a sustainable product trade fair.

About the organisers:

This event is organized by Round Table Africa. Round Table Africa is an initiative of Maastricht School of Management (MSM) and (ESAMI) to stimulate expertise development in the area of sustainable business in Southern and Eastern Africa. The program aims to achieve a structural collaboration between international businesses, local companies and policy-makers.

More information:

More information on the program of the conference, subscription, match making, sponsor packages, or participation in the sustainable business trade fair can be obtained on For further inquiries please contact Mr. Benard Tayebwa on or +255 (0)27 2508384 or mobile +255 (0)784370087


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