Top destinations for 2011 ( year of data ) were : Egypt ( 11, 914,000 ) ,South Africa,Morocco,Tunisia,Mozambique,Algeria( 1,912,000 ) ,Botswana,Kenya,Uganda,Ghana,Tanzania,Rwanda and Angola ( 366,000 )
Editor’s note : What could be the repecursions of political turmoils, observed in Egypt and Tunisia, on the choices of 2012 tourists ? Will we see the emergence of Francophone countries such as Ivory Coast on the preferred destinations list of international tourists ?
“Ask your average “son or daughter of the Ivorian elite” about Real Entrepreneurship, sizing opportunity in a market, investing in the stock market, the family wealth, real estate value, power and ties and their impact on society. You will most likely get a blank stare. This generation has been deprived from the very tools that would have enabled them to unlock and secure a promising financial future.”
A Face2Face Africa produced networking event with the aim to help African professionals connect and take charge of the 1.3 trillion USD economic renaissance taking place on the continent. The even happens in NYC every 3 months. Will we soon see it in Accra,Abidjan,Kigali or Addis Abeba ? The professionals from the diaspora and those on the continent need to connect as well to have a convergent vision of tomorrow’s Africa.