Benin is a country in West Africa, and it is an exception in the sub-region in terms of economic stability. Benin became a pioneer in the democratic revival movement after organising, in 1990, the first ever Conference of the Vital Forces of the Nation in Africa. COTONOU (economic capital) is the biggest and most well-known city in Benin. It, therefore, make sense that the first KEDGE BS alumni branch in West Africa was launched in COTONOU. COTONOU is an important city economically, its population is known for its hospitality, the city benefits from a dynamic tourism industry has a rich history, and is ideally located (maritime city). COTONOU is the ideal place to meet other alumni in a friendly atmosphere and the city offers premier amenities. You will certainly miss the city when you are gone!
Organise and hold friendly meetings - provide mutual support among members of the club - provide recommendations for better jobs - recommend KEDGE BS to locals as a choice for their university studies - promote KEDGE BS in other countries - work toward the creation of a KEDGE BS branch in Benin - participate in events and forums organised by KBS, and other friendly meet-ups organised by other clubs - sponsor new students.
Richard AGUEDEGAN (2010) - Manager
Directeur de la Consignation du Transit et de la Logistique à la Société Béninoise des Manutentions Portuaires (SOBEMAP) Passions: voyage, lecture, télé.
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