A reference in the field of infrastructure on the African continent, Atepa Group signed a memorandum of understanding with the Brazil Africa Institute (IBRAF). Pierre Goudiaby Atepa, chairman of the group, and João Bosco Monte, president of IBRAF, met in Dakar last week to establish this partnership.
Both discussed some cooperation projects and also Brazilian actions on the African continent. One of these actions is the Kitoko project, which seeks to create a “smart city” in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and which brings countless opportunities for Brazilian investors.
Atepa also confirmed his participation in the Brazil Africa 2020 Forum, where he will be a speaker. He is considered one of the most important African architects, being responsible for iconic works in various places on the continent.
Created in 1977 as the architecture firm, the group operates in the areas of energy, mining, manufacturing, agribusiness, technology, and finance.
The Brazil Africa 2020 Forum – Natural Resources: Solutions for Economic Development will be held in São Paulo on November 3 and 4. The event is held by IBRAF, which is also responsible for publishing the ATLANTICO website. For further information visit the website https://forumbrazilafrica.com.