Buy Africa,

For Africa.

2 – 3 March 2022

Africa’s largest online  buyers-meet-sellers showcase. Linking policy makers, African businesses & purchasing decision makers.

About Made In Africa

Made In Africa will bring the entire African ecosystem online, for the first time

The intent is for this gathering to kickstart a movement that achieves measurable impact, access to market opportunities, and economic growth across industry sectors.

 There is no time like NOW for the whole continent to unite and work together to enable local business and cross border trade.

A number of interventions, regulations and trade policies exist, as well as the introduction of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement however there is still a need to create a clear roadmap to connect the right decision and policy makers with relevant businesses and for trade linkages to be facilitated.

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Network with

  • Professionals from 54 countries
  • 60+ international speakers
  • 1000 local businesses
  • 1000s of purchasing managers
  • An exclusive online continental community

Who can attend

  • Purchasing decision-makers
  • Policy makers
  • Investors
  • Local businesses

Targeted Industries

  • Mining, Construction
  • Petrochemical and Energy
  • Transportation
  • Freight and Logistics
  • ICT
  • Retail and FMCG
  • Finance
  • Manufacturing
  • Agriculture / Agri processing
  • Pharma and Healthcare
  • Services and Consulting

A call to action

“Following the launch of the Africa Supply Chain in Action (ASCA) Initiative launched last year, it was clear that ASCA needed to create a supportive platform that enables procuring from SMME’s for buyers. And that saw the birth of Made in Africa. Made in Africa leans on Smart Procurement 10 years’ experience, in the facilitation of market linkages for small business to procurement buyers. It also looks at reducing barriers to localisation for both the buyer and the supplier. We are excited to extend this successful model to the continent. But at this stage, we call on all stakeholders in the ecosystem to join the effort to Buy Africa!”

Debbie Tagg

Co-Chair of ASCA and COO of Smart Procurement

“Made in Africa is not missing in action but making it active! As supply chain management professionals it is our responsibility to drive this initiative forward which will result in economic growth and create job opportunities for our people.”

Tonya Lamb

Business Development Executive, SAPICS