500 experts for Ajman Chamber forum
Ajman, November 29, 2012
More than 500 delegates from a number of government entities and businesses are expected to attend an upcoming businessmen’s forum organised by the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI).
The eighth annual businessmen forum Building the Future will be held on December 4 at Ajman Kempinski Hotel.
The forum aims at bringing together government officials, CEOs, and businessmen from across the UAE, to create a common platform to share successful experiences and valuable information, in addition to generating new business opportunities between the private sector and government entities.
The acting director general of ACCI, Salem Ahmed Musabbeh Alsuwaidi said: “Over the recent years, Ajman has consistently achieved substantial social and economic growth in many sectors.”
“We at Ajman Chamber plan carefully for our programmes and economic events in order to achieve their aspired objectives successfully. This is to enhance Ajman’s place on the UAE and regional economic platforms to make Ajman an attractive place for businessmen and investors.”
Mohammed AlJanahi, executive director of the Business and Investment Development Sector in Ajman Chamber said: “This forum will provide a unique opportunity for the UAE businessmen to form a network with their international counterparts, who have been invited to attend this forum which will give them a distinguished chance to expand the scope of their businesses.”
“Also the forum will enable businessmen to acquire more knowledge about how to improve their network possibilities through the PowerPoint Presentations that will be presented by the international experts Bwijoy Shah, president of Business Networking International (BNI) and Phil Bedford, Middle East master franchise owner of the Referral Institute.”
“There are few places left for the event that will take place on December 4. Therefore, we encourage businessmen who would like to grab the opportunities that the Forum will provide to register immediately through the assigned website,” AlJanahi concluded. – TradeArabia News Service