Libreville hosts the work of the 5th African Management Conference from 10 to 12 May 2017


After Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso in May 2016the African Company of management (SAM) will pose its bags from May 10th to next May 13th in Libreville, for the Coorganization of the African Conference of management(CAM), with the National institute of sciences of management (INSG) of Libreville.

For this 5th edition, which will focus on the theme  » Serving Africa through management  », SAM will book a day on entrepreneurship, at the Espace SME in Libreville. The theme of this meeting will focus on « Entrepreneurship in Africa: challenges and challenges ».

As a reminder, the African Society of Management is an organization bringing together the best researchers and actors of the economy in Africa and abroad. Its objective is to eliminate sub-management, which is one of the main causes of Africa’s underdevelopment.

As for the African Conference of management, it is organized annually and is held on 3 to 5 days.It makes the turn of the African countries, involving a close collaborative work between the board of directors of the SAM and the local organizers.

Over the years, it has emerged as an annual meeting of key researchers and decision-makers interested in management in the African context, a community of people who believe that sharing their ongoing research and expertise helps to strengthen The emergence and development of a better Africa through knowledge.

Finally, the African Management Society is chaired and founded by Ababacar Mbengue, a former student at HEC, a doctor of management at the Dauphine University, an associate professor of exceptional class (University of Reims), president of the juries of HEC Paris (since 2011) And finally, president of the International Network of the Diaspora of the space CAMES.