The Africa and Middle East conference organized by the Junior Chamber International will be held in Hammamet, from June 15 to 18.
The Junior International Chamber (JCI) is a non-governmental organization of young active citizens aged 18 to 40 who are committed and determined to make an impact on their communities. JCI brings together active citizens from across society. It offers development opportunities that encourage young people to create positive change by helping them acquire the skills and knowledge they need.
Nearly 1,000 participants are expected to attend the Conference, representing 40 nationalities from Africa and the Middle East, as well as European, Asian, and United States countries.
The conference includes a wide variety of guests including the World President of the International Junior Chamber, Argenis Angulo, leaders, and executives of the international organization.
Organized under the patronage of the Presidency of the Republic, the theme of this meeting will be “The contribution for a better future”.
The conference program will cover topics such as agricultural economics, creative economics and technology education. Moreover, a commercial exhibition is gonna be present to highlight job opportunities and the work of start-ups.
The main objectives of this event are: to create economic ties with other startups, to work on development and to share experiences. This makes this conference a golden opportunity, since it will promote the Tunisian image on an African and international scale.
Considering the economic situation,hosting these conferences and events is a booster for economic, cultural, and tourism activities.