The Future for Bizav Africa
We`re delighted to announce The Future of BizAv Africa, planned for Thursday, 25th January, 2024 in Marrakesh, Morocco.
Building on Quaynote`s track record as producers of “must-attend” industry events for almost two decades, The Future of BizAv Africa will bring together business aviation leaders from across the African continent and around the globe for networking and discussion. The programme will focus on the needs of private aviation companies in Africa itself, as well as the opportunities the continent presents for international companies.
The Future of BizAv Africa will target owners, fleet managers, operators and their advisors, lawyers, fiduciary / trust companies, family offices, corporate service providers, associations, MROs, FBOs, corporate service providers, lawyers, regulators and anyone with a keen interest in the growth of private and business aviation across the African region.
The audience will hear from thought-leaders who will examine some of the key challenges and openings for this rapidly evolving market, such as:
* Top tips from Africa`s business aviation leaders: A tour around the continent`s mature markets
* From transport for farmers to catching rhino poachers: Private jets as an essential tool
*How can asset values be protected? Obtaining the right tax, legal, financial and regulatory advice
*The impact of increasing inward investment
* The Future of Air Mobility and Sustainability in Africa
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Introduction: Welcome to the conference 09.00
Conference organizer`s opening remarks
Lorna Titley, Director, Quaynote Communications
Conference Chairman`s introduction to the conference
Session One: What can African bizav teach the world? 09.10
Panel Discussion: Celebrating the continent`s success stories
* Angola company, Bestfly and its record-breaking contract with Chevron
*Creation of a free zone at Lagos
* Developing medevac services in Ethiopia
*Building reliable maintenance offering
Session Two: Africa`s private aviation network 10.00
Presentation: What makes private aviation in Africa so unique?
*Private aircraft used for everything from transport for farmers to an essential tool for catching rhino poachers
*Aircraft ranging from helicopters to Cessna turboprops up to business jets and executive airliners
Session Three: Top tips from Africa`s business aviation leaders 11.00
Panel: A tour around the continent`s mature markets
* Ethiopia, Nigeria, Kenya, Angola and South Africa
Panel: Inward investment unpacked
*Who are the main players?
*What hurdles do investors face?
*What are the future, untapped opportunities for investors?
Session Five: The Future of Air Mobility and Sustainability in Africa 14.00
Session Six: How can asset values be protected? 14.50
Panel: Obtaining the right tax, legal, financial and regulatory advice
Chairman's closing statement
Session Seven: Roundtables 16.15
Roundtable topics include:
What can the Middle East and Africa learn from each other?
End of Conference
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