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2022

August: Free business journey – A2i Talk about starting business in East Africa

July: GrainHub picking up momentum

June: Danish tech is drawing attention in Uganda

May: Special edition A2i Talk: Food waste in Africa

April: Big interest for Danish products at African fair – Meet our four new members

March: PIVØ-project: Sustainable houses for Africa

February -Do’s and Don’ts on East Africa markets – Free Business delegation – Studerende søges!

January: Impact event – Photos from delegation journey

2021

December: Event on African food sector – First shipping to Uganda – International visit in Aalborg

November: Events and cooperations

October: Danish experts will save harvest in Uganda

September: Leftovers from beer production saves lives.

August: Impact investment – Partnerships in Tanzania – People’s Portable Power

July: Amie won at Folkemødet (the People’s Meeting) – “My membership is plus-plus”

June: Go with us to Africa – Our project gave new drinks in Denmark and money for Kenya

May: Our new strategy

April: New technology can help millions

March: Pitch event – Africa is full of life – More events coming up 

February: Scientists help Danish companies in Africa

January : Your possibilities in the restart of Africa

2020

December – Get a handle on innovation, business development and financing

November – Minister of Development open to proposals from Access2innovation

October – Successful A2i Talk shed light on the funding gap 

September – New funding for your business

August – The re-opening of Africa reveals new opportunities

July – Meet the American expert in impact investment: Jed Emerson

June – Danish-Kenyan coffee sales: Good news – Juni 2020

April – New post harvest drying solution yields promising results

March – Farm Mountain and Kenyan Red Cross in joint espresso venture

February – Adressing the “dos and don’ts” of running a business in Africa

January – Financing opportunities for partnership driven innovation on the East African growth markets