At Axendo, we believe Senegal is set to be one of Africa’s biggest success stories in the coming years. As the country embarks on a new path of significant growth and investment in hydrocarbons, we are excited to provide solutions in procurement, commodities trading and trade credit to help the country achieve its ambitions.
Last week Marieme Niang Camara was honoured to speak at the inaugural Forum Invest In Senegal conference held in Dakar, highlighting the importance of turnkey solutions to realise Senegal’s major investment and development plans, and ways in which Axendo’s deep sector knowledge and expertise can support the Republic.
With seven years experience in Senegal and offices in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria, the Axendo group of companies can deliver turnkey projects with procurement and credit across Africa to both the public and private sectors. Our success is founded on our ability to support dynamic market demands and offer solutions where they are needed most.
Congratulations to the Senegalese government and Director General, Mamadou Lamine Ba, DGA of the Senegal Investment Promotion Centre and APIX-S.A for organising such a significant event.
The event saw over 1500 delegates attending over two days from the 6-8 July, with a keynote speech from the President of the Republic of Senegal, His Excellency Macky SALL declaring Senegal open for business and welcoming all stakeholders to take part in its future. In attendance at the opening ceremony was the Vice President of Ivory Coast, Tiémoko Meyliet KONE, as well as a host of other African ministers including the Minister of Finance, Mamadou Moustapha Ba and the Minister of Economy, Planning and Corporation, Oulimata Sarr. Other significant attendees included the British Ambassador Her Excellency Juliette John as well as the UK Trade Commissioner for Africa John Humphrey and UK Export Finance Director Steven Gray OBE.
Looking forward to supporting West Africa’s future ongoing development and providing new solutions to facilitate trade and infrastructure across the region.