Anne NKENE BIYO'O was born on 20 January 1973 in Libreville, Gabon.
She is an Economic and Financial Administrator from the 19th class of the Institute of Economics and Finance.
of the Institute of Economics and Finance, she is since July 2020 the first woman to hold the
the position of General Administrator of the Administrative Authority of the Nkok Economic
Prior to her appointment, Anne Nkene Biyo'o was the Deputy General Administrator of the Nkok Economic Zone
Administrative Authority of the Nkok Special Economic Zone. A position she had held for more than six years.
With nearly 10 years of experience, Anne Nkene Biyo'o uses her skills in the management and coordination of
in the management and coordination of the activities of the 23 public administrations of the
One-Stop-Shop, which is exclusively responsible for the completion of all administrative
administrative formalities relating to the establishment and operation of
investments in the Nkok SEZ.
Nkok Special Economic Zone, created in 2012, is a multi-sector industrial park born of the vision of the President of the Republic, Head of State, His Excellency Ali BONGO ONDIMBA.
Its mission is to offer a favourable framework for the industrialisation and diversification of the national economy through Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) but also the creation of employment and the transfer of skills.
The result of a Strategic Public Private Partnership between the Gabonese State and the company ARISE IIP, Nkok SEZ covers an area of 1126 ha of land dedicated to the transformation of the potential dedicated to the transformation of Gabon's natural resource potential. It is integrated with a commercial sub-zone, a residential sub-zone and its core, a multi-sector industrial park focused on wood processing, metallurgy, agro-industry, pharmaceuticals, construction, chemicals and recycling. It is currently home to currently 86 operational companies. Nkok SEZ continues its development with currently 08 companies under construction
Besides, a loading dock that will link the Nkok SEZ to the port of Owendo is under construction. This infrastructure will make it possible to intensify
the export of products from the zone but also facilitate the supply of economic operators.
More than 10 years after its inauguration, the Nkok Special Economic Zone is the pride of Gabon with its 21 nationalities of investors and its more than 2 billion dollars of Foreign Direct Investment.
It is the first industrial park in Central Africa, thus contributing to Gabon's rank of first veneer producer in Africa and second in the world.