The Silver Jubilee of the
HBS AFRICA BUSINESS CONFERENCE
The HBS Africa Business Conference is the largest student-run African conference in the world today. Held annually over the past 24 years, the conference hosts leaders and experts on Africa to discuss the state of and opportunities across the continent. This year, we are both celebrating 25 years of the conference and exploring Africa’s next chapter under the theme: “Africa Accelerated: Leaps and Bounds into the Next Decade.”View Agenda
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HBS AFRICA BUSINESS CLUB
The Harvard Business School Africa Business Club, or HBS-ABC, is a student-run organization dedicated to nurturing the community of African students at Harvard Business School, and increasing the awareness of business opportunities on the African continent. Founded in 1997, the club is one of the most active organizations at HBS, and today has more than 1,000 members.Learn More About HBSABC
HBS AFRICA BUSINESS CONFERENCE Leadership
The 25th Annual Harvard Africa Business Conference is led by a trio of talented and dedicated MBA students who are passionate about promoting the interests of the African business community at the school.
HBS AFRICA BUSINESS club Leadership
The 25th Annual Harvard Africa Business Conference is supported by the Harvard Africa Business Club, its dedicated leadership, and a vast network of volunteers and advisors working to make the Conference a success!
The 2023 AFRICA BUSINESS conference TEAM
We are proud to introduce this year's HBS Africa Business Conference team. These dedicated individuals have been working tirelessly to put together this Conference and ensure its success. They have played a key role in organising the conference, from securing speakers and sponsors to coordinating logistics and promoting the event. We are grateful for their hard work and commitment to the success of the conference and the club. Thank you!