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Agriculture ,Fisheries And Food Investment Forum
Jan 23 @ 9:51 am – Jan 24 @ 10:51 am
Agriculture ,Fisheries And Food Investment Forum @ Kempinski Hotel Muscat Oman

About the Forum
In line with the Government\s efforts to expand the partnership with the private sector in the fields of investment, the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Wealth has initiated the formation of a Committee for Fisheries Investment (Tamkeen) in 2016. The Committee’s efforts continue to enhance the role of public-pri- vate partnerships and succeeded in crystallizing many agricultural, animal and fisheries projects. This forum seeks to bridge the relationship between all con- cerned with agricultural and fisher- ies investment from the public and private sectors, experts, researchers, interested parties and other partners to discuss the reality and prospects of invest- ment supporting food security through discussion sessions to crystallize promising investment opportunities.

Forum Objectives
The Agricultural, Fisheries and Food Investment Forum in Oman is a place where major investors in agriculture, livestock, fisheries, food investors and key stakeholders are committed to promoting sustainable and responsible investment in agriculture, fisheries and food production systems.

  • Activating the participation of the private sector in agricultural and fisheries invest- ments and enhancing its role in sustainable development.
  • Increase domestic production of food, and build sustainable food systems linking production and consumption.
  • To highlight the most important initiatives, success stories and promising investment opportunities and their role in activating food investments in support of food security.
  • Keeping abreast of global technological developments and benefiting from them in maximizing economic returns.

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The Iran International Venture Capital & Private Equity Exchange Conference
Jan 27 @ 6:04 am – Jan 28 @ 7:04 am
The Iran International Venture Capital & Private Equity Exchange Conference @ Persian Gulf Hall of Tehran Permanent International Fairground

About Conference
27-28 Jan 2019

This alternative of finance and capital for projects is holding its first conference for the benefit of both the public and private sector’s investment industry and project holders’ community/centers in Iran.

In these challenging times for Iran and its economy a perfect platform for facilitating and guidance of local and foreign based investments to all ranges of existing projects, public, private, large and small, exists. The exchange was started more than a decade ago via the ministry of commerce but now a private entity. Its aim has always been to give access of capital to SMEs, which create wealth and prod 80-95%of GDP of any country, speedily and effectively … a breath of fresh air for a country challenged by bureaucracy with capital reaching deserving projects time consuming.
This conference will be bringing together all involved in the investment/finance industry in Iran as well as all project holders together with welcoming foreign companies and individuals pleased to be working with Iran with its vast range of opportunities.

All in all, we plan to add a few % to our GDP. You are welcome to join us.

The Registration Fee £777 (Pound sterling) Per Delegate

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Smart Urbanation Convention And Expo 2019
Feb 13 @ 5:10 am – Feb 14 @ 6:10 am

Smart Urbanation collocated with 6th Smart Cities Summit is India’s leading platform for government and private stakeholders to dialogue and derive decisive ways to outline India’s urban reality and future strengthened with technological revolution.

Now in its sixth year, the Summit, a highly interactive conference and expo, showcases cutting-edge technologies, real-world solutions and proven strategies that India needs to build more livable, workable, sustainable cities.

Session Topics

  • Smart City Opportunities
  • Tackling Traffic Tantrums
  • ‘Safe-T’: Public Safety Through the Lens of Technology
  • ‘Powering Up’: Meeting India’s Energy Needs
  • Building Affordable Cities
  • From Trash to Treasure: Managing Waste & Water

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1st Caspian International Realty And Investment Fair
Feb 20 @ 4:32 am – Feb 22 @ 5:32 am
1st Caspian International Realty And Investment Fair @ Baku Expo Center

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Made In Ghana, Globally Accepted
Feb 28 @ 5:43 am – Mar 11 @ 6:43 am
Made In Ghana, Globally Accepted @ Trade Fair Center La - Accra

Objectives of the fair

  • Provide a doorway to Ghana’s Growing Markets
  • Promote Ghana’s non-oil exports
  • Promote development of Trade & Industry
  • Promote Made-in-Ghana goods & services
  • Promote Agric and Agro-based Industry
  • Indicate suitable areas for foreign/local partnership
  • Stimulate a culture of entrepreneurship
  • Attract Foreign Direct Investment

Target groups

  • Business Organizations in GhanaOverseas Organizations and Governments
  • ECOWAS Member States
  • Diplomatic Missions and Trade Reps
  • Small and Medium Scale Ent’s (SMEs)
  • Agencies and Parastatals
  • Research and Educational Institutions
  • Regional Administrations
  • Ghanaians in the Diaspora
  • SADC Countries

History of the fair
The Trade Fair land was acquired by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah by legislative instrument in 1960.

The Centre was set up as part of the Government’s massive industrialization campaign after independence. It served as the primary trade hub for inter-African trade and also served as a conduit to the rest of the world. These were the underlying conditions, which led to the establishment of the Ghana International Trade Fair series.

The first International Trade Fair commenced under the Chairmanship of Air- vice Marshal M. A. Otu, the then Trade Fair Committee Chairman.

The objective of the First International Fair was to promote inter Africa trade and attract foreign international investors. Seventeen (17) foreign countries participated and seven (7) African nations attended in 1967.

The Trade Fair secretariat was later set up under the Ministry of Trade in 1965. In 1989 it became the Ghana Trade Fair Authority under PNDC Law 215. The center consequently was given a Limited Liability status in 1997 as the Ghana Trade Fair Company Ltd. with the government as the sole shareholder.

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International Rawal Expo 2018
Apr 17 @ 8:38 am – Apr 21 @ 9:38 am

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