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Dear G&G Readers,
Several weeks ago I mentioned attending the 2011 Africa Business Conference. The conference focused on the opportunity of doing business with the next booming Continent, the Mother Land "AfRAka." If you want to know more and if you are interested in maybe embarking on the opportunity, I highly encourage you to become an ADISN member.
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Below is a message from Eric Sheppard, CEO of Diversity Restoration Solutions, Inc, sent out to conference attendees from this years conference. Enjoy!!!
Until the next time!
Ankh Uja Snb (Life, Strength, & Health),
Asar Gary Gray
Tax & Financial Consultant, RFC
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On behalf of Eric Sheppard, President and CEO, and the volunteer staff at Diversity Restoration Solutions, Inc. (DRS), we thank you for attending the 2011 Africa Business Conference. From the feedback we have been receiving, this year’s conference was the most productive and enthusiastic in our 3 year conference history. As a result of networking and hearing business presentations which provided information to help you understand what resources are available for doing business in Africa, many of you are preparing for a trade visit to Africa later this year.
We would like to thank our keynote speaker, Dr. Jack Gaines, for sharing his message of reconciliation and restoration. Thank you to our guest speakers - Elizabeth Sichinga, Dr. Okey Igbonagwam and Pierre Itoumbou – who shared their perspectives and encouragement as Africans helping to bridge a reconnection back to the continent for business and cultural relations opportunities. We also thank our conference sponsors, who with their support made this conference outstanding – South African Airways, Passport Health USA, United Airlines and Comfort Suites Suffolk - plus our table, advertisement and in-kind sponsors - Rillco, Inc., Construction Development Services, Inc., Virginia Business, Social Innovators & Design Group and Virginia Company Bank.
We hope that you walked away from this conference with a sense of which business opportunities or industry sectors will fit your company or organization. We invite you to stay connected to Africa news and happenings here in the U.S. and on the continent through our African Diaspora Industry Sectors Network (ADISN) trade program. If you did not receive it at the conference, I have attached ADISN information to this email.
Have a wonderful summer!
Lisa R. Sheppard
2011 Africa Business Conference Coordinator
Lisa R. Sheppard
Lisa R. Sheppard, Administrative Manager
Diversity Restoration Solutions, Inc.
P.O. Box 5277
Suffolk, Virginia 23435 (USA)
“Merging Commerce and Culture in Africa”