- Operations & Trade Outlook – the future outlook of the alcoholic and soft beverage sector in Africa; and how the pandemic has and will impact local,
- Technology & Innovations Outlook: some of the latest technologies and innovations that alcoholic and soft beverage companies in Africa can adopt to mitigate the risks brought by the pandemic now and into the future to improve nutritional profile of their products while enhancing efficiency and profitability of their operations.
- Sustainability Outlook: ideas, technologies and practices that can boost sustainability throughout the supply chain in the alcoholic and soft beverage industry in
- Investments Outlook: the possible impacts of the Covid-19 on the investments environment in the brewing and drinks industry in Africa; and possible strategies to attract investments and financing into the industry during the pandemic and beyond.
- Regulatory Outlook: the guidelines and regulations that the alcoholic and soft beverage industry may institute to improve personnel safety, consumer health and the industry’s sustainability for the future.
- NITIN MENON Group General Manager – Sayona Fruits, Tanzania
- APIWE NXUSANI-MAWELA Founder & BrewMaster – Brewsters Craft, South Africa
- ALEX CHAPPATTE Founder – Savannah Brands, Kenya
When she arrived in Kenya two and a half years ago, she felt there was a gap in quality local beverage products in the alcohol space. She launched Kenyan Originals to address this gap.
- DUNCAN KIMANI Director of Manufacturing – Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, Ethiopia
- OLADAPO O. LOTO Brewing, Beverages & Distilling Consultant – Applied Brewing Solutions, Nigeria
- ENAUT ANDERSON Sales Director, Africa – Global Water & Energy (Senegal/Belgium)