Developing Africa’s Bio-Economy in Durban

AfricaBio has announced the annual BIO Africa Convention which is set to be held between 27-29 August 2018 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (ICC), in Durban, South Africa. It is an international event co-hosted by the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA), an agency of South African Department of Science and Technology and AfricaBio, a biotechnology stakeholder association in partnership with other strategic partners. This is hosted in partnership with local industry and continental agencies.

Under the theme, “Africa – Open for business: Together building the Bio-Economy”, BIO Africa Convention aims to bolster developments and relationships across Africa in the growing bio-economy of the continent. International investors will be attending the conference which will facilitate business networks and the collaboration of minds amongst industry, academia, regulatory authorities and future industry leaders.

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