The Tennessee State University Africana Studies Program in partnership with DC Consult International, will host the US – AFRICA Business Opportunities & Exchange Conference, beginning Wednesday, April 3, 2019.
Department of Media Relations, Tennessee State University – April 2, 2019.
When asked why students should attend the “Millennials, Capital, and Opportunities” panel, DC Consult International founder, Diana Chioma Onyejiaka had this to say, “The United Nations projects that by 2050, 1 in 4 people on Earth will be African and that Africa will likely be the only region that will continue to grow after 2050”, she said. “The average American student today should expect that he or she will likely engage in business with or in Africa at some point in their career. It is inevitable.”
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