Please join the Center for International Private Enterprise and Elias Dewah for a webinar discussion on public-private dialogue in Africa: July 11, 9:30-10:30 a.m. EST.
Public-private dialogue strengthens policymaking by incorporating valuable private input and creating momentum for reform. Elias M. Dewah, former Executive Director of the Botswana Confederation of Commerce, Industry, and Manpower (BOCCIM), will present key lessons and impact examples based on his experiences using public-private dialogue as an advocacy tool.
We’ll also hear about PPD programs in other countries from CIPE staff experts and partners. Register below to learn techniques in framing private sector priorities and establishing credibility with policymakers.
Mr. Dewah is currently an independent consultant in business, economic development, and democratic governance issues. He specializes in the promotion of Public-Private Dialogue and Business Management Training. During his career he has worked with numerous organizations to promote economic development in Botswana. He previously worked for the Government of Botswana in different capacities: Head of the Co-operative Marketing Branch; Head of the Botswana Trade & Investment Agency; and National Director of Commerce and Consumer Affairs. In the private sector, Mr. Dewah has worked as Operations Manager with Shell Oil in Botswana, General Manager for Rural Industries Innovation Centre, and Executive Director of the Botswana Confederation of Commerce, Industry and Manpower (BOCCIM). He holds a Master of Business Administration in Industrialization and Strategic Management from the Netherlands, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Accounting, and a Diploma in Agriculture.
Join us for a CIPE webinar on Public-Private Dialogue
July 11, 9:30 a.m. EST
Published Date: June 27, 2013