We invite all industry associations and media publications involved with contributing to the development of Africa’s e-commerce and last mile logistics sectors to be part of this key Summit. For organization-event affiliation and media partnerships, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines & Agriculture (NACCIMA)
The Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) established in 1960, is the umbrella organization for all the various affiliate member chambers within the country. The Association’s membership is voluntary and it encompasses City, State and Bilateral Chambers, Business/Professional Association and Corporate Bodies. It champions the course of business through its advocacy role and influence public policies that promote free enterprise. The perspective of NACCIMA is in accordance with contemporary ideas of the chambers of Commerce Movement in a relatively free enterprise economy the world over.
e-Commerce Association of Ghana (e-CAG)
e-CAG is the industry association of Ghana’s online retail. We represent the interests of online shops, online merchants and marketplaces, payment gateways, ISPs, fintechs, courier companies and all players in Ghana’s digital economy. We seek to make online retail safer and faster, to boost confidence in the sector, and to remove all administrative burdens in all fields. We provide our members with a mix of industry-related data, research, networking events, business missions abroad, conferences, exhibitions, training, etc, to accelerate their online businesses.
FinTech Association of Nigeria (FinTechNGR)
FinTech Association of Nigeria (FintechNGR) is a self-regulatory, not-for-profit and non-political organisation incorporated in Nigeria by the Corporate Affairs Commission CAC and a member of the global body Global Fintech Hubs Federation. FinTechNGR’s mission is to foster an ecosystem that supports all stakeholders to achieve a thriving and growing Nigerian FinTech industry, while its vision is to make Nigeria one of the world’s leading markets for FinTech Innovation and Investment.
Payments Association of Zambia (PAYZ)
Founded in 2018, the Payments Association of Zambia (PAYZ) serves as a joint industry platform from which members are able to collaborate in dealing with various issues of mutual interest including payment systems policy formulation, innovations and the conduct of public and private dialogue. The Association exists to represent members in the payment system in the interest of economic development of Zambia. PAYZ’s mission is to manage and contribute to the development of the National Payments System.
Professional Body for Supply Chain Management (SAPICS)
The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management (SAPICS) comprises professional members from across the spectrum of South African industry. Since its foundation in 1966, SAPICS has become a leading provider of knowledge in supply chain management, production and operations in South Africa. The association is closely affiliated to APICS – The Association of Operations Management and the Institute of Business Forecasting in the United States. SAPICS is the South African custodian of two internationally accredited certification programmes from APICS – Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) and Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP). The association’s education offerings are aimed at advancing industry’s ability to succeed in a changing and increasingly competitive market place.
Ecommerce Forum of Africa (EFA)
The Ecommerce Forum of Africa (EFA) is the pan-African voice of digital commerce, grouping all national ecommerce associations on the continent. EFA represents large and small eShop owners, brick and mortar stores that are including ecommerce as part of their omnichannel strategy, – service providers (platforms, payments, logistics, delivery, consultants)It is our goal to drive the growth of eCommerce in Africa by increasing awareness, confidence and capability of the ecommerce industry. EFA helps each of these stakeholders work cohesively with each other to enrich the overall ecommerce industry in Africa.
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