Tuesday, March 18, 2014


On behalf of the Kingdom Leadership Network Tanzania (KLNT), a network consisting of key leaders in various sectors and decision makers in the country, in partnership with Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC), the principal agency of the Government coordinating, encouraging, promoting and facilitating investment in Tanzania and the lead adviser to the Government on investment policy and related matters, together with the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF); the umbrella voice and apex private sector organization promoting private sector-led social and economic development in Tanzania, with our International Co-host Promoting International Collaboration (PIC) from Israel; we are pleased to invite you to attend the Tanzania-Israel Business and Investment Forum (TIBIF) 2014 to be held on 17th  – 20th  March 2014 (09:00hours until 17:00hours) at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) in Dar es Salaam.


The forum is a one of a kind event that will convene business, investors, policymakers and industry leaders from various enterprises and institutions of all sizes, both national and international, in a 4-day exchange that fosters bottom up practitioner-driven business to business and business to government solutions for economic development. Given Israel’s prominence in scientific and technological innovation for development, it is a privilege and unprecedented for Tanzania to host a Forum with the unique focus of developing Tanzania, Israel and other countries economic and scientific partnerships; establishing alliances that will lead to national economic transformation.


The Program format includes: Expert and practitioner talks, One-to-one business and development partnership negotiations, Exhibitions, Networking sessions, Business field tours and optional excursions. The Forum will engage business investment institutions operating in Agriculture, Mining, Financial services, Education, Infrastructure (Roads, Water), Construction/Property/Housing, Energy, Technology, Bioengineering, Manufacturing, Medicine/Health, Chemical Engineering, Retailing, Tourism, Communications, Computing, Textile and Apparel.


We have requested the President of the United Republic of Tanzania to be the Guest of Honour as well as the presence of various key Government Ministers, Foreign Ministers, Diplomats, and prominent Businessmen, Entrepreneurs, Manufacturers and Leaders from the continent and beyond. 
Delegates will have the opportunity to learn from extraordinary nationally and internationally acknowledged speakers via presentations including workshops, panels, Expert and practitioner talks that will also include, networking, one to one business and development partnership negotiations and exhibition sessions. We hereby attach a summary of this unique forum, and International Participant Information which further elaborates the nature of the meeting to which we shall be truly grateful to be graced with your presence. If you have any questions or concerns, or if we may be of assistance in any way, please do not hesitate to contact the conference secretariat at info@kingdomleadership.ne.tz


Gil Haskel, Ambassador of Israel to Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi and Seychelles. H.E Gil Haskel was born in 1965, In Jerusalem, Israel. He graduated with B.A. in Psychology and Political Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Prior to his appointment as the Ambassador of Israel to Kenya, he served in various capacities in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: - Director, Economic Department III, Economic Affairs Division. - Head of NGO Liaison Unit International Organizations Division. - Counselor, Head of Japan Desk, Asia & Pacific Division. - Political Counselor & Spokesman, Embassy of Israel, Tokyo Japan. - Director, Cadet Training program, Training Division. - First Secretary, Turkey Desk, European Affairs Division. - Second Secretary and Spokesman, Embassy of Israel, New Delhi – India. - Cadet Training program in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. - Military Service – Major (Artillery). In 1998 he was honored with the Prize of Excellence by the Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel. H.E Gil Haskel is married with four children. Yaki Lopez, Deputy Israel Amb/Deputy Chief of Mission

Dr. Jonathan Fine

Dr. Jonathan Fine is the academic advisor of the international program in Government, Diplomacy, and Strategy at the IDC (the interdisciplinary center, Herzlyia, Israel) and a fellow researcher at the ICT (The International Institute for Counter Terrorism), also at the IDC. Recently he was also appointed as the academic advisor to the joint government program between the IDC and the University of Syracuse. He received his PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and is a graduate of the Executive Course in Counter Terrorism at the ICT, and a graduate of the Solomon Shechter Institute for Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, where he was also ordained as a Conservative Rabbi. He has a wide background in History, Comparative Religion, Political Science and International Relations, and specializes in the transition from secular agenda political violence to religious agenda political violence, focusing on both global, regional, and Israeli perspectives, with special emphasis on Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and their concept of Holy War. He is also a former advisor in arms control, conflict resolution, and counter terrorism, and an expert on Israeli Studies. Dr. Fine published in numerous academic journals such as the Middle East Quarterly in Washington and Middle Eastern Studies in London and has several chapters in books, both in Israel and abroad. His first book dealt with the establishment of the Israeli governmental system, and his second book which is forthcoming in the Texas University Press at Austin, is titled: "Holy War in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – a Comparative Analysis: Past & Present". Dr. Fine has been a visiting professor both, in academic and government institutions around the world (especially in The US, Europe, Latin America, The Russian Federation, and South Africa) and lectured at Universities such as Georgetown, Chicago, Layola, Minnesota, and Leipzig, where he is also often interviewed by the local media. He also lectures quite often on behalf of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs abroad.

Education Ph.D., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Mark Street: Executive Director at Promoting International Collaboration. (PIC) is promoting professional agricultural business, encourage commerce, and cultivate closer business relationships between Africa and Israel. Expert in International Executive Management Training for Decision and Policy Makers i. Leading experience within the field of international projects and training programmes designed for governmental and military organisations and institutions; ii. Highly experienced expert for African issues in security developments; iii. Achieved a proven record of establishing successful international relations for identifying strategic opportunities of collaboration; iv. Assuring development growth and management on complex projects; v. Global experience in security training design, deploying security resources for a wide ranging agenda, emergency actions and commercial interests plus security support functions in various capacities mainly targeted in Africa, Europe and Asia; vi. Highly motivated and successful in optimising business and team potentials, whilst achieving goals, and delivering the highest standards. Institutional Modernisation – In the 21st century educational institutions need to be more flexible, nimble and adaptive to the ongoing process of organisational changes, and capable of refocusing efforts to achieve qualitative and quantitative results. Under financial pressure, applying control and even reduce costs, as well as manage new competitive dynamics, while responding to growing demands. Implementing newer technology tools to identify the shortcomings in the required skill-set, and impart necessary training and should test and certify using some of the best assessment tools available. Communications and International Relations – PR and Information Strategies: Proven record of accomplishment, driving international projects forward and deploying communications strategies / programmes in support of strategic development goals within a multinational environment – Global.


Here we present our vast knowledge and experience. High quality content reflects our broad know-how and strengths in enhancing the capacity of our partners, supporting sustainable development and technical issues, enabling them to achieve for themselves and to achieve their respective objectives.

Mark Street - PIC's Experience

Member of the International Advisory Board

Centro Studi 'Intelligence, Scienze Strategiche e Sicurezza' - U.N.I.

December 2012 – Present (1 year 2 months) Rome, Italy

Honorary Services as Visiting Faculty Member

School of Security & Behavioural Intelligence Institute

November 2011 – Present (2 years 3 months) Ahmedabad, India

Affiliate Member

Research Institute for European and American Studies - RIEAS

July 2010 – Present (3 years 7 months) Athens, Greece Gilad Millo, Gilad Millo – Head of Business Development & Public Relations for Balton CP & Chairman of the Board of Israel for Africa Gilad Millo is currently Head of Business Development & Public Relations for the Balton CP Group of Companies Balton CP is the company that owns Balton Tanzania, Amiran Kenya, Balton Uganda and Amiran Zambia, forming one of the largest agricultural ‘one stop shops’ in East Africa and representing most of the Israeli Agro-tech giants on the African continent. Gilad is also Chairman of the Board of Israel for Africa (IFA) and Israeli NGO headquartered in Kenya, which seeks to empower the people of Africa using innovation and know-how from Israel. Since his return to Africa, Gilad has been instrumental in leading a paradigm shift in Africa’s approach to small scale farming and has worked closely with several Governments in the region and with the Donor and NGO communities, private sector and leading finance and micro-finance institutions, to bring this ‘agribusiness revolution’ to the masses. Awarded 3 times with the MDG Award, sponsored by UNDP, for the Eradication of Extreme Poverty and Hunger in 2010, for Youth Empowerment in 2011 and as MDG Champion of the Year in 2013, Gilad has been behind such successful campaigns as the ‘Next Generation Farmers Initiative’ which brought modern model farms based on Israeli agro-technology to more than 1000 schools in Kenya, and the ‘Farming is Cool’ campaign, which has attracted tens of thousands of youths in East Africa to take up agriculture as their main source of livelihood. For the 3 years prior to his return to Kenya, Gilad served as Consul for Media and Public Affairs at the Consulate General of Israel in Los Angeles. The son of a thirty-seven year career diplomat, Gilad grew up around the globe, spending most of his childhood in Bonn, London, New York, Ankara and Israel. While in Los Angeles, Gilad spearheaded Israel's public diplomacy efforts in the Southwestern United States. Creating strong relationships in the Hollywood Entertainment Industry, Gilad led several celebrity driven campaigns drawing positive attention to the many faces of Israel. A high point in this public relations effort, was the "Live for Sderot" concert, a star studded 'Live Aid' concert launching Israel's 60th independence celebrations in the United States. Prior to Los Angeles Gilad served as the Deputy Ambassador of Israel to Kenya, a regional Embassy responsible for Israel’s relations with Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Malawi and Seychelles. During his term Gilad initiated several food relief projects, feeding thousands of malnourished Kenyan children in a response to the Kenyan Government’s call for aid following a severe drought that struck the region at the time. Among his other duties Gilad was responsible for the activities of MASHAV, the Center for International Cooperation of the State of Israel. In addition to training and development activities, Gilad was responsible for overseeing Israel’s operations at the acclaimed Kibwezi School of Irrigation.

As part of his responsibilities in Kenya, Gilad served as Deputy Permanent Representative to two United Nations organizations headquartered in Nairobi, UNEP and UNHabitat. Before embarking on his diplomatic career, Gilad gained extensive experience in the media as a journalist covering the Foreign Desk for Israel’s Channel Two News. He served as both an editor and reporter during 9/11 and the war in Afghanistan. He is married to Hadas whom he met while they were both serving in the Israel Defense Forces. They have two children.

Itzik Lev

Managing Director at Balton Tanzania Ltd

Balton CP is a British company. Its business is totally focused on Africa. Balton operate in 15 Sub Saharan African countries, delivering high quality projects and business solutions which span the fields of Agriculture, Public Health, Electromechanical Engineering and Communications Technology. A broad range of experience with 20 years of seniority: management positions as CEO, Production, Marketing and sales, logistics and engineering manager. Itzik Lev have extensive experience in managing changes and their application in industrial companies. Some examples: Dor Film (Dor Chemicals) - change strategy across the market place, helped in formulating the plan for expansion. Within 9 months the trend changed from a loss to operating income profit. Help to do due diligence and acquisitions in Europe. Treofan France - strategic change, development of new products, penetrates new markets. Within 15 months: turnaround from 12 years of losses to 8% profit in EBIDA. Regba Kitchens- change of strategy to work with contractors. Change the sales force compensation systems, building sales processes and tools for market competition. Reverse course and become sustained profitability within 13 months (after more than 10 years of losses).Specialties: Leading organizations and businesses through turnarounds, applying innovative and unconventional ideas, within cultural and organizational diversity

Rabbi Gideon Pogrund, Director of Education and Political Affairs in the Chief Rabbi's Office in South Africa. He apparently lectures on ethics in the business world Martin J. Kuscus

Mr. Martin J. Kuscus Martin, BA Cur, Dip, EDP served as the president and Chief Executive Officer of the South African Bureau of Standards. Mr. Martin was president of the Afrikaanse Handelsinstituut (AHI) until 2011. Prior to commencing Mr. Martin career in the private sector, he was MEC for Finance in the North West Provincial Government from 1994 to 2004. In 2006, he was elected to the Council for the International Standards Association (ISO) and appointed as a member of the PRI Board of the United Nations Global Compact Initiative on Responsible Investment. He was also chairman of the board of trustees for the Government Employees Pension Fund of South Africa until 2009. He has been chairman of the Synergy Income Fund Limited since October 1, 2011 and serves its Non-Executive Director. He serves as Chairman of Mineworkers Provident Fund. He has been Independent Non-Executive Director of Netcare Limited Since July 1, 2008. He is a well-known independent businessman in South Africa.

Dr Sara Lev, Dr. Lev is highly qualified and has vast experience in entrepreneurship and innovation processes in high tech organizations in Israel and worldwide. Dr. Lev graduated computer science engineering at the Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, and worked for several years as a

software team leader in startup companies. She took her Ph.D. in Business Strategy & Entrepreneurship from the Technion and upon graduation, she was a visiting scholar at INSEAD, France, for several years. In 2007 Dr. Lev joined Carmel, the Technology Transfer Organization of the University of Haifa and served as a Vice President for Business Development for six years. Since then she teaches MBA courses in the University of Haifa and in the Technion. Her expertise is based on 28 years in the business arena, in the academic world and on the integration of these two.

Simon Fisher, Executive Director-Save a Child’s Heart Tal Ronen-Co-Founder and President of YK Centre. Tal is the Developer of the Reboot Technology

 Other International speakers Nigel Chanakira (Zimbabwe): Founder and Director of Kingdom Bank Zimbabwe, Kingdom Financial Holdings, Success Motivation Institute (Africa), and Legin Trust. Nigel is currently the Executive Chairman of Success Motivation Institute (Zimbabwe) whose operations extend from Harare to cover eight sub-Saharan African countries. SMI, (incorporating LMI and FMI) is involved in facilitating, motivating and mentoring the success of organizational leaders, management teams and individuals thereby enabling them to realize more of their potential. In 2013, after 12 successful years within SMI International, Nigel was invited to join the World Council of Success Motivation International, Inc., Leadership Motivational International Inc. & Family Motivation International Inc., all head-quartered in Waco, Texas (USA). Mr Nigel Chanakira holds a BSc (Hon) Economics and MSc (Hon) Economics from the University of Zimbabwe. He also has a Diploma in Banking from the Institute of Bankers of Zimbabwe and was a prize student. He has attended numerous Zimbabwean and international banking, business, executive development and leadership courses with institutions that include Oxford and Harvard Universities and the Pacific and Haggai Institutes in the United States of America. Mr Chanakira, alongside his business partners, founded a successful business, Kingdom Securities in 1994 which rose to prominence in Zimbabwean financial circles cumulating in a reverse-takeover of The Discount Company of Zimbabwe which was listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange in 1999. He subsequently led his team to start and acquire stakes in various banks and financial services companies in Malawi, Botswana, Zambia and South Africa, before he merged Kingdom with two other ZSE listed companies (Meikles and Tanganda) to create one of Zimbabwe’s largest conglomerates in 2007. Unexpectedly, in one of his business lows, the partnership collapsed in 2009 but Mr Chanakira successfully de-merged the Kingdom group of companies from the Kingdom Meikles Africa Ltd in 2011. Nigel then formed a new banking partnership with one of Africa’s fastest growing banks in Mauritius, AfrAsia Bank Ltd, thereby creating AfrAsia Kingdom Holdings Limited (AKZL), head-quartered in Mauritius. In September 2013 Nigel sold his shares in AKHL to focus his attention on SMI, Kingdom Private Equity and Kingdom Bank Africa.

Throughout his business career primarily as CEO under the Kingdom group, Nigel has won more than 20 local and international business awards which include twice being recognized for running the Top Company on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) (in 2001 and 2007), having the Best Turnaround ZSE Company (in 2006) . Notably, Nigel won the 2007 Director of the Year Award promoted by the Institute of Directors of Zimbabwe. The World Economic Forum (WEF) recognized Nigel as a Young Global Leader as early as 2001 and subsequently, he has been a moderator of sessions and a panelist with global leaders at WEF & other world conferences. Success Motivation Inc. (Waco, USA) has twice had Mr. Chanakira as their World Client of the year (in 2001 and 2008). Amongst his other accolades is the coveted TP Deuschle 2012 Award for distinguished service to

Celebration Church International and being named The Most Influential Entrepreneur Post-Independence in 2013 by Empretec Zimbabwe. Mr. Chanakira is chairman of the Zimbabwe Investment Authority and a director of several family investment companies. He is happily married to Caroline and they have three sons (Panashe, Tadiwa, and Ponayi) and one daughter (Mazvita). Dr. Obiageli (Oby) Ezekwesili

Dr. (Mrs.) Obiageli ‘Oby’ Ezekwesili is a Senior Economic Advisor at Open Society Foundations (OSF), a group founded by investor and philanthropist George Soros. She also jointly serves as Economic Advisor for Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI), a program of the Open Society Foundations. In these roles, she advises nine reform-committed African heads of state including Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Ellen Johnson-Sir leaf of Liberia. Before joining OSF, she was Vice President of the World Bank (Africa Region) in Washington, D.C., responsible for operations in 48 countries and a lending portfolio of nearly $40 billion.

From 2002 to 2007, Ezekwesili worked for the federal government of Nigeria as Minister of Solid Minerals, Minister of Education, head of the Budget Monitoring and Price Intelligence Unit as well as Chairperson of the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) where she led the first ever national implementation of the global standards and principles of transparency in the oil, gas and mining sectors. For the prior two years, she was at the Center for International Development at Harvard University as Director of the Harvard – Nigeria Economic Strategy program in Boston and Abuja.

Dr. Ezekwesili is a Chartered Accountant and holds an MA in International Law and Diplomacy from the University of Lagos as well as an MA in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. She trained and worked as Chartered Accountant/Consultant with the Global firm of Akintola Williams Deloitte & Touche, she also worked in senior management positions in the financial services sector. Dr. Ezekwesili was a founding Director of Transparency International, representing Africa at the global anti-corruption body based in Berlin. She serves on the boards of Bharti Airtel, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the School of Public Policy of Central European University, Budapest; The Harold Hartog School of Government and Policy at Tel Aviv University Israel; The Center for Global Leadership at Tufts University, Boston and the New Africa Magazine among others. In May 2012, Ezekwesili was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta in Nigeria. She has also been awarded the Nigerian national honor of the Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic.

Hon Mkhangeli Matomela: Former Eastern Cape ANC senior provincial leader/ minister.

Dr. Simpson Ngcizela: He has established a program called the Africa’s Living Legends which honors our African Legends in political and business spheres. The program has honored Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Dr. Sam Motsuenyane and President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma. Prior to the elections in April 1994, he served as a successful mediator in resolving conflicts between rival political organizations in Welkom South Africa and promoted a culture of tolerance within the political scenario. He was the chairman of the Thabong Community Development Trust and played the role of the Chairman during the transformation process of the local Vista University.Dr Ngcizela was the founder of the Goldfields Metropolitan Development Corporation (GMCDC) that built over 1000 houses in the Thabong area for low income people. He handled a budget of over R100M. He is a member of the Free State AIDS Council and also serves on the steering committee of the Moral Regeneration Movement initiated by the ANC led government of South Africa. He is currently serving on the Forum on illegal mining led by the Department of Mineral Resources.

He is the founding president of the Foundation for Future Leaders South Africa. Dr. Simpson Ngcizela obtained his PhD degree from Teamwork International in Virginia USA, and is an alumnus of the Haggai Institute- Singapore. He holds a Professional Certificate in Business Management (PCM) and the Advanced Professional Diploma in Business Management (APDM) with the Open University School of business UK (UNISA). Bob Ryan, Founders of Market 70 -Marketplace Transformation in USA and globally. He has experience in both public and private sector, for profit and not-for-profit corporations, union and non-union shops, and in urban and rural settings. He holds a Master’s degree in Hospital and Health Care Administration. He has provided consulting services ranging from statewide systems change projects to one on one coaching for skills improvement. He is acclaimed for his stand-up training techniques and is skilled at needs assessment, curriculum design, and evaluation. Past clients include various departments of state and local governments, various professional associations, urban and rural health delivery systems, hospitals, nursing homes, and small businesses in numerous industries. He specializes in the development and use of ethical systems in quality, productivity and service delivery and in strategic thinking, planning and decision-making.

Dr. Abu Bako: He is the Founding President and International Director of the Foundation for Leadership Resource Development. An Economist by profession, a former lecturer in Economics and Senior Researcher in Agricultural Economics. He operates as a consultant to some national leaders, organisations, institutions and governmental bodies in the area of Politics, Economy and Business, Education, Science and Technology.



As one of the ten fastest growing economies in the world, Tanzania continues to draw the attention of investors globally and is seen as a golden beach of investment opportunities.  Countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom and China continue to invest heavily and are aggressively vying for business within various sectors in the country.  Tanzania’s economy has been growing steadily at rates averaging 6% year for the past 10 years with the economy having expanded by 6.9% in 2012. Majority of the top business leaders believe that the economy is performing far better in 2013 than in 2012 and remain very positive about the prospects for 2014-5, as revealed by a recent World Bank/KPMG survey.


In view of this background of progress, the Kingdom Leadership Network Tanzania (KLNT), a network consisting of leaders and key decision makers in the country, has decided to convene the “Tanzania-Israel Business Investment Forum (TIBIF) 2014” in Dar es Salaam from March 17th – 20th 2014 with the objective of enhancing cooperation between foreign investors with particular reference between Israel related businesses and local Tanzanian enterprises. This session is unprecedented and will be the first business Investment forum of its kind in the country to focus on developing economic and scientific relationships with Israel.  The forum intends to foster strategic alliances and solid business partnerships between private Small and Medium scale businesses from Israel and Tanzania and other countries.



It is intended that the event will rise above being a mere conference. The “Tanzania-Israel Business Investment Forum (TIBIF) 2014” is supposed to foster business activity aimed at facilitating and promoting matching and cooperation between investors and fast-growing companies based in Tanzania, Israel and other countries.  It is revolutionary due to the following advantages:


1.      A Professional forum

The Forum will engage business investment institutions operating in the following areas: Agriculture, Mining, Financial services, Education, Infrastructure (Roads, Water), Construction/Property/Housing, Energy, Technology, Bioengineering, Manufacturing, Medicine/Health, Chemical Engineering, Retailing, Tourism, Communications, Computing, Textile and Apparel. Participants of the meeting will be fast-growing companies including PE and VC investors.  Priority will be given to institutions involved in the above-mentioned areas. The event is designed primarily to facilitate investment and bilateral cooperation.


2.   Guarantee system

Each investor, businesses and institutions planning to attend the meeting will be given a questionnaire, in strict accordance to eligible terms and conditions that will ensure that participants find the target investment Opportunities, business partners and eligible clients for them during the meeting and at the exhibition. The secretariat of KLNT will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Service Agreement with each organization, Private Equity (PE) or Venture Capital (VC) investors.


3.   Sufficient clientele

As a leading organization of local leadership personalities and businessmen, KLNT enjoys favourable relationships with the local and central governments at different levels.  Key ministries and organisations that we have requested to partner in this forum include the Ministry of Agriculture through The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT), Industry, Trade and Marketing, Ministry of State, Investment and Empowerment, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation and other government agencies such as the Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC), Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF), TANTRADE, National Development Cooperation (NDC), Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC) and development and reform commissions at different levels. In addition, KLNT maintains close collaborative relationship with many Tanzania commerce chambers from across various industries. KLNT has about 500 company/institutional members.


4.  Excursions/Business tour

Excursions and a business trip will be organized for all local and foreign participants that may wish to visit the various proposed destinations. Visits to notable tourist attractions recognized worldwide such as Mount Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Crater and the world-famous Serengeti National Reserve will be arranged. The intention of the Forum is to ensure that businesses and Investors find targeted investment opportunities, strategic alliances, business partners and clients during the meeting and or at the exhibition, and to bring to light a new Tanzania that is geared towards becoming a new economic power house for Africa and the world. We sincerely invite you to be a partaker of this grand event.



5. Registration and exhibition


There are 2 categories for Forum Registration; Local and International delegates.


March 05th, 2014
From the 06th of March, 2014 and On-site
Registration fee
International delegates
Local delegates


Registration Fee includes the following;

·         Admission to all sessions

·         Admission to the Exhibition Hall

·         Daily Entrance to the Kingdom Leadership Summit: Each day after the Business Investment Forum

·         Conference Pack (includes information on sponsors and participants)

·         Lunch, Refreshments, and Coffee Breaks

·         Gala Dinner Entrance on the 16th March at Serena Hotel


Deposits can be made to our KLNT Bank Account as per the details below:-

Bank Name:                FNB Tanzania Limited

Branch Name:            Main Branch

Branch Code:                         674501

Swift Code:                 FIRNTZTX

Bank Address:            Head Office, Ohio Street

P.O. Box 72290, Dar es Salaam

            Account Name:          Kingdom Leadership Network Tanzania

Account No:               62455453507 (TZS)

62455454601 (USD)


Please feel free to contact the KLNT finance team on finance@kingdomleadership.ne.tz or

+255717177177(Mwijage Bishota) or +255784508805 (Anael Samuel)



There are only 40 spaces available for you to seize this one in a million chance to access world markets by showcasing your products and services at state of the art Exhibition Stands in full view of all the dignitaries and millionaires attending the Business Forum.


Exhibition Stand for four (4) days*
March 05th, 2014
 From the 06th of March , 2014 and On Site
-          Exhibition space with one person conference participation
-          (3mX3m booth/stand) Table, chairs and electric cables provided




The registration and exhibition fees should be paid directly into the KINGDOM LEADERSHIP NETWORK TANZANIA bank account held at FIRST NATIONAL BANK TANZANIA (FNB), HEAD OFFICE DAR ES SALAAM into A/C no 62455454601 (USD) or the TZS equivalent into A/C no 62455453507 (TZS). Kindly scan and send us a copy of your bank deposit pay in slip once payment is made to reserve your seat.  Kindly note that you will be required to show us the slip at the venue the seminar registration desk located at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) if a reservation is not held.


Contact Persons:        Mwijage Bishota: (+255768014698)   mwijage.bishota@kingdomleadership.ne.tz

                                        Endesh Makanza: (+255766262001)   endesh.makanza@kingdomleadership.ne.tz

       Anael Samuel:    (+255784508805)         anael.samuel@kingdomleadership.ne.tz

    Pauline Mtunda:    (+255715140122)     pauline.mtunda@kingdomleadership.ne.tz



Once Again, on behalf of Kingdom Leadership Network Tanzania (KLNT), in partnership with Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) and Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF), we welcome you to Dar es Salaam and to the 2014 Tanzania–Israel Business Investment Forum.  Dar Es Salaam literally “The Haven of peace” is Tanzania’s largest and richest city serving as an important regional economic center. It feels special to be in Dar es Salaam; on New York Times list of places to go in 2014. Tanzania may be best known for the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro and the game-packed plains of the Serengeti, but the real pulse of the country is found in its largest city, Dar es Salaam. It is an African metropolis coming into its own.



Half board pre-reservations have been made for delegates at the following hotels.  While the hotels are located within walking distance to the conference venue, transportation to and from the hotels are available for those who would prefer to use the service.



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