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Nana Kwame Bediako Addresses 21st Annual Africa Business Conference at Harvard Business School

Breakthroughs in African Real Estate and Industrialization Discussed at Acclaimed Forum

Boston, Massachusetts – WEBWIRE

At Harvard University’s prestigious Business School, amidst the 21st Annual Africa Business Conference which brought together over 1,000 attendees, including academics, think tank senior fellows, industry experts from across a myriad of sectors, and audiences from the African continent and throughout the diaspora, intrepid entrepreneur and celebrated business icon, Nana Kwame Bediako addressed matters of the next generation of industrialization and affluence presently underway in Africa. 

During a thought-provoking panel discussion, Mr. Bediako, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Kwarleyz Group and Co-Principal of newly-launched Capital Nine Zero (CNZ), raised awareness to the dawn of a new era in intercontinental infrastructure and property development, made possible in functionality through dedication to good governance and the encouragement of urbanization which has brought about the rise of a West African ’middle class’.  

“The definition of ’real estate’ opportunity in certain African nations has fundamentally and forever changed,” Mr. Bediako remarked following his Panel. “The international community is watching our progress and is hereby on notice - Given the global established marketplace experiencing seismic shocks of late, it is imperative they make the decision to adapt, embracing the investment prospect of tomorrow, that of African industry and property development”.

“Entrepreneurs at home in Africa also have a key role to play in fostering further development across the continent, however they too need their efforts matched by the goodwill of the public sector. It was a pleasure to highlight my history of forging mutually beneficial public-private-partnerships (PPP) and ultimately, further articulating my vision for a New Africa, while discussing the challenges and opportunities in Africa’s real estate and property markets today at Harvard University”.

Fellow panelists so too discussed the rise of the urban middle class in Africa, which continues to fuel the retail property development sector, as well as foster the construction of more and more residences, retail centers and shopping malls, while they deliberated upon the modern-day challenges which African property developers are currently experiencing and espoused innovative solutions to them.

“I feel privileged to have addressed colleagues at Harvard Business School and hope to continue to serve as an example as to what can be accomplished in African industry with a clear vision, a commitment to strong partnerships and a dedication to accountable production and development. It is indeed in our hands to create lasting change and I will keep my colleagues at this acclaimed institution well appraised of my role in Africa’s progression to the forefront of the global marketplace”.

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