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Mr.Cebastien Tankoano, Founder of Reliconn covered by Forbes Africa

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Mr.Cebastien Tankoano, Founder of Reliconn covered by Forbes Africa (French edition) in March 2016.

Reliconn attended the Opening ceremony of China’s SMEs

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Reliconn attended the Opening ceremony of China’s SMEs Global Development Forum.

Our founder Mr.Cebastien Tankoano gave a speech

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Our founder Mr.Cebastien Tankoano gave a speech during the China’s SMEs Global Development Forum in Ningbo, China

China-Africa SMEs Convention

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China-Africa SMEs Convention,covered by Lefaso.net in Burkina Faso

China-Africa SMEs Convention

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China-Africa SMEs* Convention is a business event that will gather more than 3,000 Chinese and African companies in Shanghai, China from April 11th-13th, 2016. The event is co-organized by Reliconn and Global Alliance of SMEs with the help of ZXEVENTS. The convention is a platform for African SMEs to trade and partner with Chinese SMEs, to learn from the experience of their Chinese counterparts, and to find opportunities for investment from Chinese and African investors. During the event, African and Chinese SMEs will meet face-to-face to establish long term trade and business relationships which will lead to technology transfer. African SMEs will also learn from the experience of Chinese SMEs through company visits and sharing. A similar image of how the face-to-face meeting will look like between Chinese and African SMEs is below:

 

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There will also be training sessions from remarkable Chinese professors and business leaders in order for African SMEs to learn about the Chinese manufacturing technologies and also about the economic growth of China.

SMEs are widely known for their importance in contributing to economic growth and development across regions. In China for instance, according to a 2014 report by WTO, SMEs contribute up to 60% of China’s GDP. Unfortunately, the SMEs in Africa lack the tools and technology to play this role for Africa’s economy. That’s why we are holding this event called “China-Africa SMEs Convention” for African SMEs to trade, partner, and learn from the experience of Chinese SMEs to become the engine of Africa’s economy.

 

*SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises).