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Zandre Campos CEO of Angola Capital Investments Discusses Angolan Youth in the Huffington Post

Global entrepreneur looks at the challenges and opportunities faced by the young people living in Angola

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 17, 2016

Angola Capital Investments (ACI) announced today that its CEO Zandre Campos was featured in the Huffington Post with his insight on the potential of the youth in Angola. The article entitled “Why Youth Is Not Wasted on the Young in Angola” was originally published on The Huffington Post on June 9, 2016.

The article looks at the challenges and opportunities faced by the young people living in Angola. “The challenge is to cope with the effects of the decline in oil prices on the economy,” Mr. Campos said. “The opportunity is to develop and diversify their country beyond the oil economy.”

Young people constitute the majority of the population in Angola, about 70%, and they face different challenges than the young people that lived through the civil war. Today’s youth are influenced and inspired by music, social media and new technology. New technologies have fostered the next generation of Angolan entrepreneurs. Angolans have a strong entrepreneurial spirit, and more than 40% of women in Angola were entrepreneurs in 2015.

“The youth of Angola, open to change and unburdened by the past, have the future in their hands. They will launch the enterprises that provide the solutions to Angola’s ongoing development. The youth in Angola today hold the answers for tomorrow,” added Mr. Campos.

Zandre Campos is the chairman and CEO of Angola Capital Investments, a leading international investment firm in Angola. ACI invests in companies in the energy, transportation, hospitality, healthcare, technology and real estate sectors.

Read the full Huffington Post article:

About Angola Capital Investments
Angola Capital Investments (ACI) is an international investment firm that invests in companies in the healthcare, technology, energy, transportation, hospitality, and real estate sectors throughout Africa. The mission of ACI is to create global value for developing countries in Africa, while contributing to their economic development.

About Zandre Campos
Zandre de Campos Finda is one of the great, innovative business leaders and global entrepreneurs emerging out of Africa. Currently, he is chairman and CEO of Angola Capital Investments (ACI), an international investment firm headquartered in Angola with holdings throughout Africa and Europe. Prior to founding ACI, Mr. Campos was CEO of Nazaki Oil & Gaz S.A. He has held the positions of CEO of the mobile phone company Movicel Telecommunications and an executive in the office of the president of SONAIR, S.A., a subsidiary of Sonangol, Angola’s state-owned oil company that oversees oil and gas production. He began his career as a legal advisor with Sonangol Holdings.

Mr. Campos also sits on the board of Sphera Bluoshen S.A., a subsidiary of Oshen Group and part of Sphera Global Healthcare. Sphera is committed to bringing high-quality healthcare services to nations around the globe with current activities in Angola, Morocco, and Rwanda. Sphera is dedicated to healthcare equality and accessibility. He is also a board member in Bluoshen S.A. and Boost - Communication & Strategy, S.A. and other organizations across the globe. Mr. Campos graduated from Lusiada University, Lisbon, with a degree in Law.

Mr. Campos has dedicated his career to helping advance Angola and other developing nations. His work makes him one of the most socially forward and conscientious business leaders of our time. Through his entrepreneurial spirit and diverse business portfolio that is ever-expanding, Mr. Campos is creating thousands of new job opportunities and building stronger communities.

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