[ACCI-CAVIE] African days for competitive intelligence (CIAD) will be celebrated from the 02nd to03rd August 2019 at the Yaoundé Congress Hall on the theme “Success at your Fingertips”.
For this occasion, authorities, diplomats, traditional leaders, l elected officials, companies, media, prestigious schools and civil society organisations will meet with the representatives of the African Centre for Competitive Intelligence (ACCI).
The main objective will be to discuss about the final resolutions and practical implementation procedures agreed on during the General Assembly on Competitive Intelligence Assessment in Africa (GACIAA), held on the 29th to 30th April 2019 at King Fadh Palace Hotels in Dakar. There will be activities open to the public, in camera meetings, a dinner and gala party. There will equally be, three high-level workshops which will only be attended through invitation and will hold on August 03rd.
- 8:30 a.m. -10:00 a.m.: Legal and Financial Arrangements for the State’s Major Infrastructural Projects : Strategies and Best Practices – Presented by Barrister Linda AMADAGANA, member of the Cameroon and Paris Bar council
- 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. : International Contracts Negotiations: How to Protect State’s Interests – Presented by Barrister Jacques J. NYEMB, member of the Cameroon Bar council and Pr Jean Louis ATANGANA AMOUGOU, Dean of the FSJS of the University of Ngaoundere
- 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.: Protection of African Organisations Information Assets – Presented by Barrister Pauliane BOUM, member of the Cameroon Bar and Mr Chrysostome NKOUMBI-SAMBA, cyber security expert
Those three workshops held during the CIAD show the increasingly significant role Law is playing in African States competitiveness and its importance in designing competitive economic strategies presented to African States and companies by ACCI.
Meetings in camera
Five meetings in camera are planned between ACCI and the following officials:
- Main Ministries and traditional authorities
- Journalists ;radio television, printpress
- Ambassadors and Consular services
- Other Ministries, Employers, Trade Unions, Standards and Quality Agency (ANOR)
- Elected representatives (senators,MPs and mayors)
Among the activities opened to the public, participants will learn about:
- Panel 1: ACCI, Secrets of the African Competitive Intelligence
- Panel 2: The Importance of Competitive Intelligence for African Organisations
- Panel 3: The Success we would Achieve if we were Better Informed
- Conference A: What do NGOs Gain from Competitive Intelligence?
- Special Conference: Strategic Partnerships between SCOs and Companies
- Grandstand: Cameroonian Food and Competitiveness – Objective: Include Cameroonian food, in its diversity, in the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage.
The Panafrican reference in competitive intelligence
Represented in 37 countries around the world, the African Centre for Competitive Intelligence (ACCI) is the panafrican reference organisation for training and certification in competitive intelligence in Africa. It is the privileged interlocutor for companies willing to face the current economic war.
The Centre makes available several services with high-value added to States, companies and NGOs such as: the creation of monitoring units and the execution of competitive intelligence measures well adapted to Africa. Thus, ACCI promotes best practices in competitive and strategic intelligence in Africa and their involvement in competitiveness within the region.
As the strategic partner of several organisations such as the CAMEROON EMPLOYERS UNION, the African Centre for Competitive Intelligence has become, in almost four years the precious ally for African organisations concerned with protecting their markets and increasing their competitiveness.
Among CAVIE’s ACCI’s references are: the Presidency of the Republic of IVORY COAST, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tunisia, the Chamber of Commerce of Burkina Faso, the Supreme State Audit of Cameroon, Barry Callebaut, ENEO, MARSA Maroc, CAMRAIL, Orange Burkina, Société Anonyme des Brasseries du Cameroun (SABC), Société Nationale des Pétroles du Congo (SNPC), Chanas Assurances, Cadyst Invest, Crédit Foncier du Cameroun, Société Camerounaise de Transformation Métallique (SCTM) and several lawyers’ offices.
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