16 - 18 December 2024

Serena Hotel

Kampala, Uganda

Fostering Synergies

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Fostering synergies in the African textile & Leather industry

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) stands as a monumental opportunity for the continent to harness its economic potential, and the textile, apparel, and leather industry emerges as a crucial sector poised for transformation. TALIF (Textile, Apparel & Leather Investment Forum), organized by ACHIEVAZ Ltd, serves as a cornerstone in this endeavor, providing a dynamic platform for fostering collaboration and partnerships across borders. Endorsed by the Rwanda Ministry of Trade and Industry (MINICOM) in 2019, TALIF has swiftly grown into Africa’s premier sector-specific investment forum, facilitating networking and the formation of sustainable alliances.

As the 3rd edition of TALIF approaches in Kampala, Uganda, the imperative to forge synergies within the African textile and leather industry becomes even more pronounced. AfCFTA presents a unique opportunity to unlock the sector’s potential by streamlining trade barriers and promoting intra-African commerce. Through TALIF, stakeholders can explore avenues for cooperation, leveraging collective strengths to drive innovation, enhance competitiveness, and spur economic growth across the continent.

By promoting collaboration and partnership building, TALIF underscores the significance of collective action in realizing the objectives of AfCFTA. As Africa’s largest annual investment forum in the textile, apparel, and leather industry, TALIF serves as a catalyst for driving sustainable development and prosperity. As stakeholders converge in Kampala, they bring with them a shared commitment to harnessing the transformative power of AfCFTA, propelling the African textile and leather industry towards a future defined by mutual prosperity and success.


SMEs taking good advantage of ACFTA

ACFTA presents an unprecedented opportunity for SMEs across Africa to expand, innovate, and thrive in an interconnected regional marketplace. By strategically leveraging reduced trade barriers, fostering collaboration, embracing innovation, attracting investment, and utilizing supportive institutions, SMEs can harness the full potential of ACFTA. This not only drives economic growth but also contributes to poverty reduction, job creation, and sustainable development across the African continent. With careful planning and strategic actions, SMEs can position themselves at the forefront of ACFTA’s transformative journey, propelling Africa towards a more prosperous future.

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TALIF co-organisers & Partners

Contact us: (256) 770 638385 | (250) 788310448     |    event@tal-if.com | byuga@tali-if.com