Didier Acouetey, who was born in Togo, is the Chairman of AfricSearch Group, which he founded in 1996, specialized in headhunting and human resources in Africa.
With offices in Paris, Washington, Dakar, Lomé, Abidjan, Douala and Johannesburg, this international group has been acknowledged as one of the very first to contribute to strengthening human resources in Africa and therefore contributing to bringing back African brains to their country.
Didier Acouetey is also the Chairman of the CIAN Education-Training’s Commission (French Investors Council in Sub-Saharan Africa) and Vice-chairman of ‘’Africa Agenda & Action’’, a network of young African leaders aiming to promote a new African leadership and to turn Africa into a real economic power.
Acouetey also contributed to the creation of the first Africa-South-East Asia Chamber of Commerce in Singapore in 2010. Didier Acouetey is a columnist at RFI.
Africa International Magazine acknowledged Didier Acouetey as one of the 50 African most attractive personalities in the world in the last 50 years. Acouetey holds a MBA from the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris, a top French business school.