Victoria Falls 2020 Infrastructure summit Expo: GRI to host international speakers

  • Venue: Kingdom Hotel Victoria Falls
  • Dates: 4th to 7th March 2020
  • Local and international captains of industries lined up
  • Summit to scout for business opportunities in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe
  • The main agenda–to encourage the boosting of Infrastructure development in the three countries

Global Renaissance Investments (GRI), a leading multi-asset alternative investment enabler established to access the emerging financial markets and economies around the globe, will host an infrastructure summit and expo at the Kingdom Hotel in Victoria Falls from the 4th to the 7th of March 2020.

The company has lined up a cocktail of local and international speakers who will headline the summit.

GRI aims to link investors with appropriate projects that meet their long term investment objectives.

In an interview GRI chief executive Ngonidzashe Dzirutwe said the meeting’s theme would be “Infrastructure: Key to Economic Growth and Shared Growth.”

The summit would be graced by high-level diplomats from Zambia, South Africa, Indonesia, China,Russia and the United Kingdom.

Key government ministers from Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa responsible for sectors such as tourism and hospitality, roads and rail, energy and power as well as Information Communication and Technology ministries are expected to also be in attendance.

GRI also expects to attract the attendance at the meeting of renowned business leaders from across the world.

Some business leaders expected at the meeting include CEOs from Sanlam, Eskom, MTN, Cell C, UNWTO, DBZ, DBSA, Eximbank of India, Liquid Telecoms and the National Rail of Zimbabwe.

Various company boards are also expected to attend, including the construction and tourism authority boards who will proffer insights into their respective areas of expertise.

Dzirutwe said their target audience were business leaders operating in the three countries, including global corporates with an interest in infrastructure investments.

He added that some of the topics to be covered would include legal and regulatory frameworks in the conduct of business, as well as infrastructure financing schemes in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Zambia.

The summit is also expected to scout for investment opportunities in tourism, water and sanitation, energy and power, road and rail, housing as well as information and technology, among others.

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