22 - 26 April 2024
Sandton Convention Centre
Johannesburg, South Africa

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The 2024 Annual AVCA Conference marked AVCA’s 20th year of convening the private capital ecosystem across various cities in Africa.

With the theme of Embracing Change: Shaping the Next Era of Africa’s Prosperity, the 2024 Conference & the VC Summit explored the evolving nature of the private capital ecosystem and envision what the next two decades of private capital in Africa could look like. Taking a forward-looking approach, the conference dialogue focused on fostering innovation and collaboration across the investment value chain and driving sustainable growth towards a new era of prosperity in Africa.

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Network with over 700 delegates from more than 50 countries around the world

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Capital Allocators

Interact with over 195 institutional investors to gain valuable insights on the industry trends

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Discuss the most pertinent issue impacting the industry with over 130 industry expert speakers

Delegates engaged in insight led panels, thematic roundtables, closed-door sessions and curated networking, exploring how we collectively:


As key actors in the industry, how can we reimagine Africa’s future as a global powerhouse? What concrete actions can we take today to derive results in the next decade(s)?


What is the role of investors, allocators and entrepreneurs in tackling bold problems, thinking differently about solutions design, and adopting a systems lens towards sustainability on the continent? 


Exploring the intersectionality between private and public sector towards economic development, cross-sector and cross-geography collaboration, and diverse investment strategies to create lasting value for all in Africa. 

Join Us In Lagos for the 21st Annual AVCA Conference and VC Summit

Who attends the Annual AVCA Conference and VC Summit?

*The Annual AVCA Conference is complimentary for qualified Limited Partners (LPs), classified as non-retail investors in private capital funds, limited to 3 complimentary passes per organisation. This includes full-time employees of development finance institutions (DFIs), endowments, single-family offices, insurance companies, public and private pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds.