The Future of the African Energy Industry. African Energy Week in Cape Town
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, and the subsequent lockdown regulations implemented worldwide, have caused unmitigated impacts on the global economy which have had a major impact on the tourism and events industry.
Relying heavily on international travel and gatherings, tourism and event restrictions have led to significant revenue losses and industry-wide employment risks. However, as countries reduce measures and economies begin to open up again, a unique and strategic opportunity has emerged in which the African energy sector, in particular oil and gas events, can revive the tourism and events industry, breathing life into African markets.
The highly anticipated and upcoming African Energy Week (AEW) 2021 aims to set new standards for Africa-focused conferences, presenting a multi-platform, community-oriented approach to energy events.
The four day global event seeks to unite African energy stakeholders, drive industry growth and development, and promote Africa as the destination for African-focused events and for the future of Africa’s energy sector.
To address urgent energy needs across Africa, the Chamber is stepping forward to provide the leadership and initiative required to deliver that concerted action. Join us by registering and securing your seat here: aew2021.com!
#ChamberNews | #AEW2021