Country seminar on business opportunities in Iran followed by B2B meetings
- Type de manifestation
- Conférence/Séminaire/Table ronde
- Chamber of Commerce
- Conditions de participation
The Chamber of Commerce of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg will host a delegation from Iran led by the President of the Iran Chamber of Commerce of Industries, Agriculture and Mines (ICCIMA) on Friday July 14, 2017. On this occasion a seminar on Business Opportunities in Iran will be organised at the premises of the Chamber of Commerce. The seminar will be followed by B2B meetings and a networking lunch.
Carlo Thelen, Director General, Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
10:10 Opening Speech
H.E. Peyman Sadat, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran
10:20 Business Opportunities in Iran
Mr. Gholam Hossein Shafei, President, Iran Chamber of Commerce,
Industries, Mines and Agriculture
10:30 Dr. Mohsen Mohebi, General Secretary, Arbitration Center of Iran
Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture
10:40 Questions & Answers session
11:00-13:30 B2B meetings and networking lunch
The list of the Iranian delegates available for meetings is attached. With about 80 million inhabitants, Iran is one of the biggest markets relatively unexploited in the world and the second biggest economy of the MENA region. At the beginning of last year, the international economic sanctions against Iran were widely lifted. The country tries again to join the global economy but has to modernize its infrastructures and its industrial installations. Iran is in search of expertise in diverse sectors: energy, finance, health care, environment, transport and logistics, construction and infrastructure. Furthermore, its large population base becomes an interesting market for comsumer goods and services.
Interested companies are kindly requested to duly complete the online registration form, no later than July 11, 2017.
For further information about this upcoming event, feel free to contact Mrs. Edith Stein (Tel: 42 39 39-482), email: middleeast(at)cc.lu
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