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One of the most prestigious business platforms in Africa.

Dakar will be from 27 to 30 November the capital of investment and business in Africa.
The ECONOMIC FORUM GENERESCENCE (FEG) holds its first edition and offers one of the most prestigious business platforms to educate itself on African markets, to feed the reflection on investments, emerging markets and promising niches, but also and especially to to draw inspiration from one another, to do business together and to grow.
More than 1,500 economic actors (businessmen), institutions, contractors and specifiers, industrialists, importers and exporters coming from fifteen or so countries in Africa, Europe and Asia met there, around a variable geometry program, articulated around:
Plenary conferences
B to B meeting
Exhibition spaces (Trade show)

On an exhibition space of 5000 m2, the FEG Dakar will attend no less than 120 national and international exhibitors for 3000 to 5000 visitors in 4 days.
Placed under the High Patronage of His Excellency Macky SALL, the FEG benefits from institutional support at the highest level of the Senegalese State, but also from national, sub-regional and regional institutions.

"Investment in Africa: Senegal gateway to African markets".
For this first edition, the choice of plenary theme is not fortuitous. It recognizes the natural, structural and strategic assets that the host country offers. Senegal aims to be an emerging country in 2035. Since 2014, the country has implemented the first phase of its ten-year strategy known as the "Senegal Emerging Plan". Senegal now has the fourth largest economy in the West African sub-region after Nigeria, Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana. It is the second largest economy in francophone West Africa behind Côte d'Ivoire. The country registered a growth rate of 7.1% in 2017 and stands between 6.9% and 8.3% in 2018 to reach the status of middle-income economy. The medium-term economic outlook is positive. Senegal has undertaken major reforms to liberalize its economy, ensure greater transparency, secure investments and thus ensure its development under better conditions.

One of the most conducive environments for investment in Africa.
Senegal offers a legal and fiscal incentive. The protection of the investor is ensured thanks in particular to the agreements of promotion and reciprocal protection of investments and agreements of non double taxation. The tax rate on businesses is 25% against 35% before 2006 for the sole purpose of promoting foreign investment. As a founding member of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) and ECOWAS, Senegal is positioned as a receptacle and economic and commercial gateway and gives a pinnacle on a whole West African market (a GDP of 628 billion dollars and an estimated population of nearly 350 million). Senegal is also placed on a maritime route very borrowed from the World. Signatory to many international conventions, the country presents a moderate level of risk with stability and has many assets to guarantee the security and prosperity of investments in the most favorable conditions. So many indicators that, combined with the political stability and legendary sociability of the Senegalese, and a good quality of life, make the country one of the most conducive environments for investment on the continent.
The FEG Dakar is the business meeting not to be missed.

A propos :
FORUM ECONOMIQUE GENERESCENCE (FEG) est un rendez-vous annuel international économique et d’affaire qui se tient chaque année en Novembre dans la capitale sénégalaise, Dakar. Le FEG est de la propriété de GENERESCENCE BUSINESS NETWORKING SARL, une entreprise sénégalaise spécialisée dans la communication d’influence, l’intelligence économique et le Business Networking en Afrique.