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The Inter Region Economic Network is a leading independent African think tank that promotes ideas and strategies geared towards causing prosperity in Africa through free enterprise and sound public policy. IREN's key focus areas include targeted events, trainings, research, consultancy, communication and its flagship magazine: The African Executive - published in English every Wednesday. Learn More...

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A bank where you can deposit and source ideas on concepts and strategies that will enhance economic freedom and wealth creation in Africa.

About The African Executive

A weekly online magazine that offers you a platform to participate in shaping a better future for Africa. Learn More...


 
The 12th Enactus Kenya National Competition 2014

Participants will be drawn from over 80 top managers of over 50 corporations and organizations. An estimated 50 faculty advisors and over 600 students from 19 Kenyan Universities will also participate. Learn More...



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The 4th IREN Think Tank Forum for Eastern Africa Thought Leaders
Can Africans achieve prosperity devoid of clearly stated core interests? Learn more...

Enactus Kenya and Syngenta Launch Youth Agribusiness and Communication Competition in Africa
Youth between 18-30 years from Sub Saharan Africa are invited to submit a 500 word business idea essay that business can invest in or a video clip that shows agriculture is 'cool' for the youth.... Learn more...

East Africa Domestic Textile Market Forum
The Inter Region Economic Network (IREN) in collaboration with Hamburg based Cotton made in Africa Initiative (CmiA) hosted a forum for industry and retailers to discuss ways to activate domestic textile market in East Africa.... Learn more...


 

The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepared is Africa?

The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepared is Africa?
The Indian Ocean Rim presents socio-economic and political opportunities that must urgently be explored by actors from both private and public sectors in Eastern Africa and by extension Africa. Learn more...


China-Africa Partnership: The Quest for a Win-Win Relationship
China-Africa Partnership: The Quest for a Win-Win Relationship

 
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