SUMMIT: Wealth Masters Group Announces 2025 Barbados African Caribbean Archivers Summit

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London-England SHIFTMEDIA  Préparations for next year’s African Caribbean Archievers’ summit due in May 2025 in Barbados have kicked off.
Wealth Masters Group, a London-based leading business advisory firm in partnership with the African Diaspora Development Institute (ADDI) announced the launch in London at the weekend.
In a press statement released by the secretariat, a precursor webinar to the planned event has been planned for July 2 2024 50m UK time with the theme : ‘’Developing and implementing a clear blueprint for Africa and Caribbean Economic Fortunes’’.
Dr. Benjamen Acheampong, President of Wealth Masters’ Group and convener of the Barbados’ event said the webinar aims at providing a comprehensive framework to fostering sustainable economic growth and prosperity in Africa and the carribean.

“The event will bring together experts, policymakers and business leaders to discuss strategic initiatives, innovative solution, and collaborative efforts necessary for economic transformation between Africa and the Caribbean,” said Dr. Acheampong

Adding further : ‘’It is worth noting that, the coming event in Barbados next year derives from a two-day online summit organised by Wealth Masters’ Group from 4 to 5 March 2024 on « Corporate Africa, the 6th Region, AfCFTA and Beyond.
Dr Acheampong observed that the summit has showcased investment opportunities, promoted trade, and facilitated business matchmaking, which has resulted in new economic partnerships, trade discussions, in order to increase investments between Africa and the Caribbean.

He noted that this has also highlighted the rich cultural heritage of Africa and the Caribbean, fostered appreciation and understanding between the two regions. Using a variety of tools such as: cultural performances, exhibitions, and interactive sessions that promote cross-cultural dialogue.

The Barbados event, according to Dr Acheampong was decided to take place for five days in 2025; this time in-present to gather and to celebrate businessmen and women from the two regions.
“The role of ADDI is to heal the wounds by reconnecting all people of the African Descents with our root in Africa, the Motherland. Therefore, we encourage all the initiatives that attempts to reunite Africans. Business and culture heritage sharing among others are very powerful tools to achieve such a goal,” said H.E Dr Arikana Chihombori QUAO, Chief Executive Officer of the African Diaspora Development Initiative (ADDI).

About Wealth Masters Group

Wealth Masters Group is a leading provider of business solutions and capacity Development Company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. Its primary focus is to provide tailored guidance and support to help organizations, businesses and leaders, both in the private and public sectors, in enhancing their capabilities, overcome challenges, achieve growth, and improve overall performance for profitability. WMG specializes in strategic management and planning, financial management, operational efficiency, market research and entry, business development, sales, human resource and talent management, technology adoption, risk management and compliance, succession planning and equipping these businesses to outperform their competitors and become agile in changing market dynamics.

Wealth Masters Group offers a collaborative business environment where small and medium enterprises can expand their knowledge and skills through interaction with market leaders and experts. Their dedication lies in enabling clients to achieve remarkable success over a long term and helping them grow sustainably.

For more information regarding the summit aspects and sponsorship kindly email info@wealthmastersgroup.com or call + 44 1622 809462 or visit www.wealthmastersgroup.com.

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