Strathmore Business School is expected to kick off the year with a great start, with the business school hosting the 3rd Biannual Africa Academy of Management (AFAM) Conference on 5th – 10th January.
The conference themed: Managing Africa’s Future Prospects and Challenges will explore these dynamics resulting from Africa’s rising; transforming management of organizations and knowledge, to propel Africa’s future and prospects.
It is an exciting time for Strathmore Business School as well as the continent at large, during this epoch of Africa’s renaissance. African has been termed as the last frontier, rising star; but for you to invest in her, you must know her. With the fastest growing population rate, Africa is foreseeing a spectacular economic growth that would enable it to catch up with other regions, many of which will be grappling with the consequences of aging populations and shrinking work forces.
Africa’s growth story is also a force to reckon with. Increase in foreign direct investments, intra- African investment momentum builds, and an amplified consumer – facing industries, are trends which continue to accelerate Africa’s economic growth.