Djondo – GIBS Executive Programme in Cross-Border Business Expansion

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This programme is uniquely designed to help companies cross borders in Africa and grow into successful multinationals.

It incorporates insights from African multinationals, practitioners and leading academics to provide in-depth understanding of what it takes to expand a business across Africa.​

At the end of the programme, we expect you to have gained sufficient understanding of the following themes:

  • Cross-Border Strategy in Africa
  • Operational Management in New African Markets
  • Navigating Political Economy and the Global Environment
  • Building and Leading an African Multinational.
Who should attend?

CEOs and C-level Executives looking to acquire knowledge in cross-border business expansions and multinational management.

How you will benefit

The programme is designed to make heavy use of case studies of African multinationals and incorporate the experience of practitioners, combined with insights from leading academia on the African continent, to provide in-depth understanding of what it takes to expand a business across Africa.

Additional information

The fee of US$5,500 per participant covers tuition, course materials, accommodation in Johannesburg and most meals (breakfasts, lunches and dinners) for the duration of the programme.

More information
  • Professor Lyal White, Director of the Centre for Dynamic Markets at GIBS
  • Professor Nick Binedell, Founding Director and Sasol Chair of Strategic Management of GIBS
  • Professor Karl Hofmeyr, full-time faculty at GIBS
  • Seni Adetu, Founder/Group Chief Executive Officer at Algorithm Media Limited and former CEO of Guinness Nigeria
  • Roddy McKean, Director Anjarwalla & Khanna/ALN
  • Al-Noor Rawjee, Non-Executive Chairman - ADC SA and Chief Executive Officer - Soprel LDA
  • Jean-Louis Ekra, Former President of Afreximbank
  • Dr Julius Kipngetich, CEO of Uchumi
  • Chidi Okoro, Managing Director of UAC Foods      
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