Companies operating in Africa increasingly worry about the unpredictable business environment where markets are volatile (#1) and political perils, such as protectionism or terrorism are on the rise.
We want to connect you to endless business possibilities
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI) Trade Mission to Portugal scheduled for March 06-08, 2017.
PACCI along with the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry is preparing a full agenda which includes qualified business appointment, in-depth briefing sessions and a wide range of networking events. Mission delegates will have the opportunities to visit SISAB 2017 in Lisbon, the biggest annual meeting of leading Portuguese export companies and entrepreneurs, including all the associated activities they may deal with, starting from food and beverage, wood, seeds, transports, logistics, etc. Delegates will also interact with high-level government officials and business decision makers in a variety of industry sectors.
The trade mission is in line with PACCI’s Trade Expansion Program, which foster and promotes bilateral trade opportunities between African countries and the rest of the world. Moreover, this trade mission offers significant opportunities for companies seeking to tap into Europe’s markets. We encourage African business leaders interested in business opportunities in Portugal to make plans to join us on this important mission.
The event, which takes place over 4 days in Lisbon and surrounding towns, includes
- Discussion with government and business officers
- Company visits
- Business Appointments
- SISAB PORTUGAL 2017 visits
- City Tour and transportation
- 4 nights accommodation in a 4 star hotel
Should you or a colleague wish to join us on this special occasion, please send us the completed form attached herewith.
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