Africa Trade & Customs Week Summit, the largest customs summit in the region is set to take place from the 7th – 9th of November 2022 at the prestigious Protea Hotel Balalaika in Sandton, Johannesburg South Africa.
The summit is set to feature over 40+ international speakers and 500+ participants from over 65 counties including 54+ customs authorities around the world, bringing together world-leading experts and high-level decision makers from multilateral agencies, various government ministries & agencies.
The summit will also run specialized workshops and feature technology pitches from technology firms involved in global trade and customs.
The summit provides opportunities for delegates to network and discuss important trade issues, serving as the global platform for the future of next-generation supply chains and borderless trade across Africa.
Focused on customs, compliance, and trade facilitation by capturing innovation, future technology, and interactivity, Africa Trade & Customs Week provides a unique experience, through 3 days of interactive programs, workshops, and capacity building demonstrating the best practices between the private and public sector.
The list of speakers at the Africa Trade and Customs Week has been released and some of the featured speakers are shown below.
You can view the full lineup of speakers here.
EVENT DATES & LOCATIONS
7-9 November 2022
Protea Hotel Balalaika Sandton Johannesburg
08:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Hariesh Manaadiar will be moderating a panel on “Innovative next generation trade technology and data revolution: Discussing the impact on customs, compliance, and trade facilitation”
- Sikhumbuzo Ngcobo – Director of Public Sector, Microsoft
- Victor Chaitezvi, Chief Executive Officer, Tripplo Software*
- Ms Louise Wiggett, Chief Executive Officer, Global Trade Solution
- Igor Jakomin, Deputy CEO & Member of the Management Board, CargoX
- David Smason, Vice President Business Development, Publican Trade Solutions
- Dr. Mohammad Saeed, Senior Advisor Trade Facilitation, International Trade Centre