Ann Cairns, the President of International markets with MasterCard, was in the capital earlier this week invited to take part on a high-profile panel on women empowerment during the visit of Ivanka Trump.
Looking to attract prospective candidates from Ethiopia for the USD 3 million prize fund,Zayed Sustainability Prize has decided to partner with xHUB Addis, one of Ethiopia’s noted incubation hubs, just in time for the upcoming 2020 edition.
To be held in Beijing, China, the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation is set to welcome thousands of delegates on April 25 to April 27 including Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed at the invitation of China, reflecting on the theme “Shaping a Brighter Shared Future.”
54 Capital Group, the African-focused asset management company, which is headquartered in Dubai and London with a growing interest in Ethiopia, has donated six million birr to facilitate innovation and technology startups and development.
As Ethiopia is inviting the world to invest in its local economy as a strategy to change its narrative, despite its financial benefits, the issue of medicinal cannabis is becoming a wedge issue for most.
With Ethiopia becoming increasingly dependent on the importation of furniture products from abroad, the Furniture and Interior Expo (FINTEX) returns to the Millennium Hall on May 2, 2019. The three-day event is set to welcome international industry players to the capital.
Alisa Kaps, a researcher at the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, was in Ethiopia last week, releasing a timely report titled: “From Land of Famine to Land of Hope” Will Ethiopia Become a Model for an African Upswing.