We are a global business community driving sustainable development in Africa. Empower Africa was founded by Ezi Rapaport in 2018 out of the vital need to create significant international awareness and impact during a unique window of opportunity to uplift Sierra Leone. Our business network enables established and emerging businesses to connect, partner, and create long term value with Africa-based projects. We liaise with governments, major corporations, and investors to facilitate business opportunities, deliver deal flow and provide research across our network to the Empower Africa business community. At Empower Africa we believe that business, trade, and investment are the key drivers to enhance quality of life in Africa for everyone.
Empower Africa’s CEO Ezi Rapaport emphasizes the tremendous opportunity and importance to develop the agriculture sector in Sierra Leone.
On November 5th, 2019 Empower Africa CEO Ezi Rapaport took to the stage of the Empower Africa Agriculture Trade Mission Conference in Sierra Leone. In an unprecedented speech, Ezi uplifted and kicked off the Empower Africa Trade Mission with his tremendous hope for a brighter future for the people of Sierra Leone and the private sector. Empower Africa is pleased to announce the success of its first Agriculture Trade Mission to Sierra Leone, which took place on November 5-7. The Trade Mission included a diverse delegation of 10 leading international agribusiness executives who met with over 200 local attendees consisting of the private sector, NGO’s, and senior leaders of the Sierra Leone Government. The mission analyzed many challenges and opportunities in the country and outlined specific commercial agriculture projects that could develop and diversify the economy and enhance food security.
Just ahead of our Driving Business in Africa – UAE & Israel Uniting With Africa event, Ezi Rapaport, Founder and CEO of Empower Africa was interviewed by Afrique on I24 News.
Just ahead of the Global Expo Botswana Event. Ezi Rapaport, Founder and CEO of Empower Africa was interviewed by Botswana’s popular radio station. GABZ FM.