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                                         ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS
                                        IN
                                            AFRICA
WelCoMe
                                           2010                              25 May
                                                                             Wembley Stadium London


Thank you for attending ‘Achieving your Goals in Africa’. The event            Africa is an increasingly important continent for UK exporters, with
today is all about hearing from companies that have already made               many of its economies continuing to grow throughout the economic
a success of working in Africa, and UK Trade & Investment country              downturn. It is now well placed for the global recovery. We hope you
experts with a track record of helping companies succeed in their              have an informative day that leads your company to new business
respective markets.                                                            opportunities.

We hope that at the end of today you leave thinking about how to               UkTi africa
begin, or increase, your exports to Africa and with the information and
contacts you need to enable you to do so. Whatever your starting point         UK Trade & Investment is the government organisation that helps UK
UK Trade & Investment offers a range of services in 14 African markets         based companies succeed in the global economy and assists overseas
to help you succeed. To find out more please visit www.ukti.gov.uk.            companies to bring their high quality investment to the UK.



   eveNT proGraMMe
   09:00      reGiSTraTioN aND refreSHMeNTS                                    11:20      paNel SeSSioN TWo: NorTH afriCa
                                                                                          Michael parr
   09:30      WelCoMe aND opeNiNG aDDreSS
                                                                                          CEO, British Arab Commercial Bank
              Nicholas armour
                                                                                          philip Warr
              Director International Group, UK Trade & Investment
                                                                                          Chief Executive, PH Warr Plc
   09:35      keY NoTe Speaker                                                            alan penrith
              Sir andrew Cahn kCMG                                                        Director, UK Trade & Investment, Egypt
              Chief Executive, UK Trade & Investment                                      zino Benatia
                                                                                          Senior Relationship Manager, NatWest
   09:50      keY NoTe Speaker
              Dr James Martin                                                  12:15      paNel SeSSioN THree: eaST aND SoUTH afriCa
              Director of Transport, Mott McDonald                                        Brian Gallagher
                                                                                          Trade Commissioner, South Africa, UK Trade & Investment
   10:10      paNel SeSSioN oNe: WeST afriCa                                              John Small
              peter Stephenson                                                            CEO, Eastern Africa Association
              Director, UK Trade & Investment, Nigeria                                    orlando ames-lewis
              Miguel vieira                                                               Director, UK Trade & Investment, East Africa
              Managing Director - Africa & Latin America,                                 Chris Sherwood
              Elite International Careers                                                 Director of International Development, Nightingale Associates
              kwame N acquah                                                              ann fazakerley
              Managing Director, RDFC                                                     Commercial Director, Octagon Europe Ltd
              rosalind kainyah
              Vice-President, External Affairs & Corporate Responsibility,     13:05      NeTWorkiNG lUNCH
              Tullow Oil Plc
                                                                               13:40      roUND TaBle MarkeT DiSCUSSioN SeSSioN oNe
   11:00      Coffee Break                                                                During this session, networking will continue in the plenary room

                                                                               14:35      roUND TaBle MarkeT DiSCUSSioN SeSSioN TWo
                                                                                          During this session, networking will continue in the plenary room

                                                                               15:30      roUND TaBle MarkeT DiSCUSSioN SeSSioN THree
                                                                                          Kenya / Ethiopia / Uganda / Tanzania and Nigeria markets only

                                                                               16:30      eveNT CloSe
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Speaker profileS
WelCoMe aND opeNiNG aDDreSS

                   Nicholas armour                Nicholas Armour joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in 1974
                   Director international Group   and was sent for Arabic Language Training in Lebanon the following year.
                   Uk Trade & investment          Postings abroad have included Beirut (1977-1980), Athens (1984-1989) and
                                                  Muscat (1991-1994).
                                                  In 1994 he was seconded to the Department of Trade and Industry, focusing first
                                                  on transport infrastructure projects worldwide and then on export promotion to
                                                  the wider Middle East.
                                                  In 1997 he went as Consul General to Dubai. In 2000 he worked briefly on digital
                                                  certificates for electronic signatures with the Royal Mail before becoming Head
                                                  of the North America Department at the FCO in London. In 2003 he joined the
                                                  Royal College of Defence Studies as the civilian Senior Directing Staff.
                                                  Between July 2005 to January 2009 he was Consul General in Toronto
                                                  and Director UK Trade & Investment, Canada. Currently, he is Director of
                                                  International Group with UK Trade & Investment in London. His geographic
                                                  responsibilities comprise the Middle East, Africa, Russia, Turkey, Kazakhstan,
                                                  Caucasus, Brazil, Mexico and the rest of Central and Latin America.


keY NoTe Speaker

                   Sir andrew Cahn kCMG           Andrew has been Chief Executive of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) since March
                   Chief executive                2006. He has worked on economic and commercial issues for most of his career.
                   Uk Trade & investment          He has twice worked in the FCO at the UK’s Permanent Representation to
                                                  the European Union and was Deputy Head of the European Secretariat in the
                                                  Cabinet Office in the mid-nineties.
                                                  Andrew has also worked for the European Commission. From 1984 – 1988
                                                  he was part of the team responsible for planning and delivering the 1992
                                                  Single Market Programme in the cabinet of Lord Cockfield. He returned to the
                                                  Commission in 1997 as Chef de Cabinet (Chief of Staff) for Neil Kinnock, Vice
                                                  President of the Commission and European Commissioner for Transport. He left
                                                  public service for the private sector when he joined British Airways in 2000 as
                                                  their Director of Government and Industry Affairs.
                                                  Andrew was knighted in the New Year Honours List 2009 and has been made a
                                                  Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George.


keY NoTe Speaker

                   Dr James Martin                Dr James Martin is a widely experienced engineer with over 30 years of direct
                   Director of Transport          responsibility for major public infrastructure. He also has strong commercial
                   Mott McDonald                  experience as a main board director of a quoted £8 bn market capitalisation
                                                  utility company and as chairman or director of several subsidiaries and special
                                                  purpose project entities.
                                                  During 18 years of international consulting Dr Martin has developed, designed
                                                  and supervised construction of major transport, water and energy infrastructure
                                                  in over ten countries and has been resident in Asia, America and Europe.
                                                  Fifteen further years were spent as owner-operator-investor-maintainer with
                                                  total personal accountability for over £3 bn of energy infrastructure and direct
                                                  responsibility for Europe’s largest railway renewal programme at £8 bn over five
                                                  years.
                                                  An invited lecturer at Cambridge University, Dr Martin has published papers and
                                                  national standards on railway construction, safety, energy, dam engineering,
                                                  expert systems, geotechnics and structural mechanics.
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Speaker & paNelliST iNforMaTioN
paNel oNe: WeST afriCa


Uk TraDe & iNveSTMeNT, NiGeria




                   peter Stephenson                    Peter Stephenson is the Director of Trade & Investment, UKTI in Nigeria and is
                   Director                            based in Lagos.
                   T: +234 80 6699 9117                Peter has travelled extensively in Nigeria and has solid contacts in all market
                   E: peter.stephenson@fco.gov.uk      sectors and within some of the key states and organisations, and is available to
                   W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk         offer guidance on the current political and economic climate and the business
                                                       scene in this complex but rewarding market.




eliTe iNTerNaTioNal CareerS




                   Miguel Ângelo vieira                Miguel Ângelo Vieira is the Managing Director at Elite International Careers
                   Managing Director                   for Africa and Latin America and has been working with and for some of the
                   africa & latin america              top companies operating in emerging markets in Africa, CIS and Asia providing
                   T: +44 (0) 207 087 2800             national and international recruitment solutions for the past five years.
                   E: miguel.vieira@eliteic.net      In 2008 he launched Elite International Careers to provide country specific
                   W: www.eliteinternationalcareers. recruitment solutions for the markets such as Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and
                   com                               Angola. Miguel holds a BS degree from the University of South Florida (USA),
                                                     and an MBA from Universidad Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (Spain).



reSearCH DevelopMeNT aND fiNaNCial CoNSUlTaNTS (rD&fC) liMiTeD




                  kwame N acquah                       Mr. Kwame N Acquah is Managing Director of Research Development
                  Managing Director                    and Financial Consultants Limited (RDFC) in Accra Ghana. For nearly three
                  T: +233 30 276 7921                  decades, RDFC has become a company of choice for both domestic and
                  E: kacquah@rdfcafrica.com            international companies expanding their businesses into Africa. Under Mr.
                                                       Acquah’s leadership, RDFC has developed a global reputation as a results
                  W: www.rdfcafrica.com
                                                       driven company.
                                                       Mr. Acquah began his career in financial services and international
                                                       marketing prior to joining RDFC in 1999. Mr. Acquah earned his Bachelor
                                                       of Science degree at the University of Buckingham and received his
                                                       graduate degree in Marketing Management from Middlesex University
                                                       both in the UK.
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Speaker & paNelliST iNforMaTioN
paNel oNe: WeST afriCa (CONTINUED)


TUlloW oil plC




                    rosalind kainyah                 Rosalind Kainyah joined Tullow Oil plc in June 2009 as Vice President of External
                    vice-president, external         Affairs and Corporate Responsibility. Previously, Rosalind served as Director
                    affairs & Corporate              of Public Affairs, USA for the De Beers Group, and prior to joining De Beers,
                    responsibility                   she worked as both an international environmental and corporate lawyer at
                    T: +44 (0) 208 996 1000          Linklaters in London.
                    E: rosalind.kainyah@tullowoil.   Throughout her career, Rosalind has been closely involved in negotiations and
                    com                              building relationships with governments, multilateral agencies, civil society,
                    W: www.tullowoil.com             the media, academia and other significant stakeholders in African countries,
                                                     and also in Europe and the United States. Rosalind’s experience gives her a
                                                     rare appreciation of both the economic and social impact of companies doing
                                                     business in Africa in the 21st Century. Beyond this she brings to her new role a
                                                     passion to see African countries develop to their full potential. She is a member
                                                     of G50, a self-help African business group based in London, consisting of African
                                                     professionals focused on the repatriation of financial and intellectual capital to
                                                     the Continent. She also serves as a trustee on the boards of The Africa America
                                                     Institute and of the Africa Center for Economic Transformation.
                                                     Rosalind was educated in Ghana, West Africa and in England. She has a degree
                                                     in English from the University of Ghana; Bachelor of Laws and Masters in Law
                                                     degrees from the University of London; and is a member of the Bar of England
                                                     and Wales.



paNel TWo: NorTH afriCa


BriTiSH araB CoMMerCial BaNk




                   Michael parr                      Michael Parr has been Chief Executive of BACB since 2002 with a prior career in
                   Chief executive                   corporate banking, treasury markets and M&A in the HSBC Holdings Group.
                   T: +44 (0) 207 648 7777           Since 1972, BACB has been a leading provider of trade and banking services
                   W: www.bacb.co.uk                 and treasury products for clients in North African, sub-Saharan and Eastern
                                                     Mediterranean markets.
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Speaker & paNelliST CoNTaCT iNforMaTioN
paNel TWo: NorTH afriCa (CONTINUED)


pH Warr plC




                   philip Warr                     P H Warr plc delivers Property & Construction Surveying services from offices
                   Chief executive                 covering Southern England and London. The company has an emphasis on
                   T: +44 (0) 238 063 4333         offering a solution led, client focused service and has grown strongly since being
                                                   established in 1992.
                   E: phwarr@phwarr.com
                   W: www.phwarr.com               P H Warr provides project management, quantity surveying, building surveying,
                                                   environmental and health and safety services to clients across the commercial,
                                                   lifestyle, public, education and residential sectors.
                                                   In recent years P H Warr has started to export its expertise to the rapidly
                                                   emerging market of Libya where it is currently managing a number of significant
                                                   tourism related construction projects.



Uk TraDe & iNveSTMeNT, eGYpT




                   alan penrith                    Alan Penrith has been Director of Trade and Investment for Egypt since April
                   Director                        2009. Overseeing UKTI operations in Cairo and Alexandria, he takes a personal
                   T: +20 2 2791 6000              lead on PPP projects, financial services sector, British investment in Egypt, and
                                                   major UK projects. Alan has oversight of all other sectoral work in Egypt.
                   E: alan.penrith@fco.gov.uk
                   W: www.ukinegypt.fco.gov.uk
                   W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk




NaTWeST




                   zino Benatia                    Zino Benatia is currently a Senior Relationship/Business Development Manager
                   Senior relationship Manager     with NatWest. Prior to that he held the position of Business Development
                   NatWest                         Manager for Lloyds banking group in their retail division for five years and
                                                   Citibank for a year. Zino holds a Law degree from l’Institut de Droit et des
                                                   Sciences Politiques et Administratives - Algiers and a Master’s degree from East
                                                   London University
                                                   Zino is a member of the London MagNet Society (LMS). LMS is a private, non-
                                                   profit association of UK professionals with strong ties with the Maghreb.
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Speaker & paNelliST CoNTaCT iNforMaTioN
paNel THree: eaST aND SoUTH afriCa


Uk TraDe & iNveSTMeNT, SoUTH afriCa




                  Brian Gallagher                    Brian Gallagher has held a number of oil and gas related posts in Glasgow,
                  Trade Commissioner, South          Aberdeen and London and in 1988 was seconded to the Piper Alpha Public
                  africa                             Enquiry Team for twelve months working for Lord Cullen.
                  T: +27 11 537 7201
                                                     Brian has held a number of Director positions in the Department of Energy,
                  E: brian.gallagher@fco.gov.uk      Department of Trade and Industry (now Business Innovation & Skills) and UK
                  W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk        Trade & Investment involving the promotion of UK industry internationally. Brian
                                                     has travelled extensively throughout the world during his career.
                                                     In 2001 Brian was appointed a Senior Civil Servant with global responsibilities
                                                     for the Oil and Gas, Aerospace, Automotive, Advanced Engineering, Mining and
                                                     Marine sectors.
                                                     Brian took up his current role as the British Trade Commissioner to South Africa
                                                     in late May 2006 on secondment to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
                                                     based in Johannesburg.



eaSTerN afriCa aSSoCiaTioN




                   John Small                        John Small worked in Kenya for 17 years from 1982, the last seven of which
                   Ceo                               were as MD of an international company. He has travelled extensively within the
                   T: +44 (0) 207 828 5511           region and has set up a new manufacturing facility in Uganda.
                   E: jcsmall@eaa-lon.co.uk          John has been a board member of various local business organisations,
                   W: www.eaa-lon.co.uk              including the British Businessmen’s Association (Chairman for two years) and in
                                                     1999, became CEO of the Eastern Africa Association, which seeks to facilitate
                                                     trade and investment in the region for its 300+ members.
                                                     John makes regular visits to the region and is the leader of annual Trade and
                                                     Investment missions.



Uk TraDe & iNveSTMeNT, eaST afriCa




                  orlando ames-lewis                 Orlando has been managing UKTI East Africa operations at British Embassies
                  Director                           in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia for over two years. Previously he
                  T: +254 2 0284 4291                has worked for the FCO in Uganda and for two spells in London - covering
                                                     West Africa and Afghanistan. Prior to the FCO, Orlando worked and travelled
                  E: orlando.ames-lewis@fco.gov.uk
                                                     extensively in East and Southern Africa
                  W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk
                                                     UKTI East Africa helps UK based companies succeed in this exciting region -
                                                     which has huge potential. UKTI East Africa delivers a wide range of services
                                                     tailored to UK company’s needs. Orlando can advise delegates on how to go
                                                     about doing business in East Africa.
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paNel THree: eaST aND SoUTH afriCa (CONTINUED)


NiGHTiNGale aSSoCiaTeS




                   Chris Sherwood                   Chris Sherwood is an architect, he joined Nightingale Associates in
                   Director of international        1991, became a Partner in 1995, and is now Director of International
                   Development                      Development.
                   T: +44 (0) 207 079 9900          Nightingale Associates is one of the UK’s leading architectural practices,
                   W: www.nightingaleassociates.    specialising in the design of healthcare, education and sciences buildings,
                   com                              and has grown to over 200 staff located in seven offices, six in the United
                                                    Kingdom, and one in South Africa.
                                                    Chris will discuss Nightingale’s experience and success, in establishing the
                                                    Cape Town Branch office in 2004, and, more recently, in 2008, Nightingale
                                                    Architects South Africa Pty Ltd, a Level 4 BEE company.



oCTaGoN eUrope liMiTeD




                   ann fazakerley                   Octagon Europe Limited offers an innovative response to the global need
                   Commercial Director              for sustainable building, affordable housing and secure shelter. They are
                   T: +44 (0) 131 220 8732          a small company with one big idea: to improve housing conditions for
                   E: annfazakerley@octagoneu.com   the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people, including slum dwellers,
                                                    refugees and displaced people.
                   W: www.octagoneu.com
                                                    Octagon Europe Limited have links with key decision makers and influencers
                                                    in Kenya, Uganda, Southern Sudan and Ethiopia and their target market
                                                    is the large group of people living at the “Bottom of the Pyramid”. Their
                                                    customers are diverse: people in slums, government officials, decision
                                                    makers in NGOs, finance specialists and companies with a conscience.
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roUND TaBle MarkeT DiSCUSSioN CoNTaCT iNforMaTioN
NiGeria
            peter Stephenson                 Peter Stephenson is the Director of Trade & Investment, UKTI in Nigeria and is
            Director                         based in Lagos.
            Uk Trade & investment
                                             Peter has travelled extensively in Nigeria and has solid contacts in all market
            Nigeria
                                             sectors and within some of the key states and organisations, and is available to
            T: +234 80 6699 9117             offer guidance on the current political and economic climate and the business
            E: peter.stephenson@fco.gov.uk   scene in this complex but rewarding market.
            W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk




SUDaN
           David roberts                     As the British Consul-General in Alexandria, David represents the UK in
           Consul General                    Northern Egypt. David also manages the UKTI operation in Sudan and it is
           Uk Trade & investment, Sudan      in this role that he is at Wembley today. David’s colleague from Cairo will
           T: +20 3 546 7001                 specifically outline the trade opportunities in Egypt, whilst David’s role also
                                             includes promoting trade between the UK and Sudan.
           E: davide.roberts@fco.gov.uk
           W: www.ukinegypt.fco.gov.uk       Sudan has opportunities in the energy, industrial machinery, power generation,
                                             agriculture, food processing, technical and vocational education sectors.
           W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk




TUNiSia
           rached Chaibi                     The Tunisian market has continued growing despite the global economic
           Deputy Head of Commercial         downturn. GDP grew by 3 % in 2009 and is expected to achieve the same rate
           Section, Uk Trade &               this year. This was because of the resilience the Tunisian banking sector has
           investment, Tunisia               shown and the public investments in infrustructure projects.
           T: +216 7 110 8762                This continuous growth has helped the country to progress in its development
           E: rached.chaibi@fco.gov.uk       process with the support of international funding organisations including the
           W: www.ukintunisia.fco.gov.uk     African Development Bank, European Investment Bank, the Islamic Development
                                             Bank, the World Bank and other national development agencies.
           W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk
                                             The Tunisian UKTI team focuses on four main areas: energy, finance, aid funding
                                             and education.
                                             The Tunisian round table discussion will be hosted by
                                             kate roye, Senior Manager for Tunisia, libya, Morocco and algeria,
                                             Uk Trade & investment.
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roUND TaBle MarkeT DiSCUSSioN CoNTaCT iNforMaTioN
SoUTH afriCa
               Brian Gallagher                 Brian Gallagher has held a number of oil and gas related posts in Glasgow,
               Trade Commissioner, South       Aberdeen and London and in 1988 was seconded to the Piper Alpha Public
               africa, Uk Trade & investment   Enquiry Team for twelve months working for Lord Cullen.
               T: +27 11 537 7201              Brian has held a number of Director positions in the Department of Energy,
               E: brian.gallagher@fco.gov.uk   Department of Trade and Industry (now Business Innovation & Skills) and UK
               W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk     Trade & Investment involving the promotion of UK industry internationally. Brian
                                               has travelled extensively throughout the world during his career.
                                               In 2001 Brian was appointed a Senior Civil Servant with global responsibilities
                                               for the Oil and Gas, Aerospace, Automotive, Advanced Engineering, Mining and
                                               Marine sectors.
                                               Brian took up his current role as the British Trade Commissioner to South Africa
                                               in late May 2006 on secondment to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
                                               based in Johannesburg.




MoroCCo
               David flint                     David has been Consul General and Head of the UKTI Team in Morocco since
               Director                        July 2009. Previous postings have included Lagos and Gaborone. Between 2006
               Uk Trade & investment           and 2009 David worked on secondement to the City of London, leading on links
               Morocco                         with East Africa.
               T: +212 522 85 74 00            Morocco has been opening its economy over the last decade. This has led to
               E: david.flint@fco.gov.uk       rapid economic growth, which has only been slowed (as opposed to reversed) by
               W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk     recent world developments. As part of this process, Morocco is keen to grow its
                                               trade links with non traditional partners and has identified the UK as a target.
                                               Yet, due to misperceptions about the country, UK companies are still reluctant to
                                               pursue such opportunities.




eGYpT
               alan penrith                    Alan Penrith has been Director of Trade and Investment for Egypt since April
               Director                        2009. Overseeing UKTI operations in Cairo and Alexandria, he takes a personal
               Uk Trade & investment, egypt    lead on PPP projects, financial services sector, British investment in Egypt, and
               T: +20 2 2791 6000              major UK projects. Alan has oversight of all other sectoral work in Egypt.
               E: alan.penrith@fco.gov.uk      Alan will be giving an overview of opportunities in Egypt. UK Trade &
               W: www.ukinegypt.fco.gov.uk     Investment has identified the following sectors in Egypt as offering the best
                                               opportunities for UK companies:
               W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk
                                               •	   Education	&	Training
                                               •	   Engineering
                                               •	   ICT
                                               •	   Oil	&	Gas
                                               Opportunities also exist in water, construction, railways and fire & security.
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GHaNa
                   Jamie Cribb                        Jamie Cribb is Head of the UK Trade & Investment team at the British High
                   Head, Uk Trade & investment        Commission in Accra. Before joining the team in 2007, Jamie was involved in
                   Ghana                              UKTI’s financial services, public private partnerships (PPP), and tourism sector
                   T: +233 (0) 30 221 3231            units. He also spent time working in Senegal, India and the UKTI London office.
                   E: jamie.cribb@fco.gov.uk          The UKTI team in Accra is dedicated to helping UK companies succeed in
                   W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk        Ghana, and Jamie will discuss the local business climate and recent
                                                      developments in the country, together with experienced British and Ghanaian
                                                      business representatives. International interest in this unique African gateway is
                                                      growing rapidly.




keNYa / eTHiopia / UGaNDa / TaNzaNia
                   orlando ames-lewis                 Orlando has been managing UKTI East Africa operations at British Embassies
                   Director                           in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia for over two years. Previously he
                   Uk Trade & investment, east        has worked for the FCO in Uganda and for two spells in London - covering
                   africa                             West Africa and Afghanistan. Prior to the FCO, Orlando worked and travelled
                   T: +254 2 0284 4291                extensively in East and Southern Africa
                   E: orlando.ames-lewis@fco.gov.uk   UKTI East Africa helps UK based companies succeed in this exciting region -
                   W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk        which has huge potential. UKTI East Africa delivers a wide range of services
                                                      tailored to UK company’s needs. Orlando can advise delegates on how to go
                                                      about doing business in East Africa.




liBYa
                   Mohammud Dowlut                    Mohammud joined the British Embassy in Tripoli in February 2007. As 3rd
                   Deputy Director                    Secretary, he has responsibility for the education and training, ICT and tourism
                   Uk Trade & investment, libya       sectors.
                   T: +218 335 1084                   Mohammud has been with the Department of Trade and Industry (now Business
                   E: mo.dowlut@fco.gov.uk            Innovation and Skills) since August 1981, where he held various posts. His
                   W: www.ukinlibya.fco.gov.uk/en/    previous role prior to joining the Embassy was with the Software and Computer
                                                      Services Sector Group of UK Trade & Investment.
                   W: www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk

				
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