Date: December 14, 2018 from 10am to 7pm

Business Development and Innovation

The African Union Expo LLC,  Go Africa Capital LLC, Go Caribbean Inc., The NYS African Chamber of Commerce and The Go Africa Network Inc. are proud to present the 3rd annual  African Union Expo event to be held in NYC Harlem

The African Union Expo provides a venue for small business, Startups & entrepreneurs to share, learn and exchange ideas, sell products & services to advance their dreams.

Our goal is to strengthen the  economic development and impact of African, African American, Caribbean and diaspora businesses in the U.S.,  between Africa and the Americas by demonstratively working to develop business enterprises for the long term future.

Expo & Services

The Expo event provides local merchants an opportunity to present, sell, offer and provide awareness of  their  respective businesses to the attendees & community at large.

The expo also will have business services organizations & firms to present & offer new and innovative solutions and savings to new and established business &  entrepreneurs in order to advance success for everyone.

For this year’s African Union Expo 2018, Go Africa Network, Inc. and Google partnered to feature a session called Reaching Your Customers through Google, which aims to help small businesses get online and grow by leveraging Google’s many tools and resources for small businesses.

Innovation and Ideas

The expo will provide forum for the presentation of  the latest business innovations and ideas from African African-American, Caribbean and diaspora  communities.

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