EVENT SCHEDULE 

Event: New Opportunities of Trade and Investment in Cameroon

Date: Friday, February 25, 2022

Time: 9:00am -11:00am CST, 10:00am-12:00pm EST, 4:00pm-6:00pm Cameroon Time

 

Program:

9:00am-9:05am: Basil Ajuo, Chief Executive Officer of Minnesota Africans United to give a welcome

 

9:05am-9:07am: Mark Ritchie, President of Global Minnesota to introduce Keynote Speaker, Christina Hardaway, Deputy Political/Economic Chief at US Embassy, Yaoundé, Cameroon

 

9:07am-9:27am: Keynote Speaker, Christina Hardaway, Deputy Political/Economic Chief at US Embassy, Yaoundé, Cameroon presents on market opportunities in Cameroon and overview of available resources for US companies

 

9:27am-9:37am: Mark Ritchie, President of Global Minnesota to moderate Q&A Christina Hardaway, Deputy Political/Economic Chief at US Embassy, Yaoundé, Cameroon

 

9:37am-9:40am: Mark Ritchie, President of Global Minnesota to introduce Keynote Speaker, Sandy Renner, Chair of Board at Fast Track Global Expansion Solutions Inc. and Chair of Minnesota District Export Council

 

9:40am-9:55am: Keynote Speaker, Sandy Renner, Chair of Board at Fast Track Global Expansion Solutions Inc. and Chair of Minnesota District Export Council presents how her company can help Minnesota companies do business in Africa

 

9:55am-10:05am: Mark Ritchie, President of Global Minnesota, to moderate Q&A for Sandy Renner, Chair of Board at Fast Track Global Expansion Solutions Inc. and Chair of Minnesota District Export Council

 

10:05am-10:35am: Mark Ritchie, President of Global Minnesota, to introduce and moderate panelists: Dr. Terry Wandji, Chief Executive Officer for Cybastion Institute of Technology, LLC.; Abdiwahab Mohamed, Regional Trade Manager at Minnesota Trade Office for Africa, Middle East, and India; Laure Djoukam, American Chamber of Commerce Board President in Cameroon

 

10:35am-10:50am: Mark Ritchie, President of Global Minnesota, to moderate Q&A for panelists

 

10:50am-11:00am: Basil Ajuo, Chief Executive Officer of Minnesota Africans United to give closing remarks