1,500 delegates at Ajman networking event
Ajman, December 15, 2013
More than 1,500 delegates are set to attend an annual networking event which opens tonight (December 15) in Ajman.
The ninth edition of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (AJCCI) ‘Annual Netowrking Event and Mega Gala Dinner' will be held at the Kempinski Hotel, under the theme ‘Inspiring Business Leaders.’
The event is expected to be attended by senior government officials, ambassadors and consular officers from foreign embassies in the UAE, officers and also members from UAE-based chambers of commerce, said the chamber in a statement.
Mohamed Ali Al Janahi, executive director – Business and Investment Development Sector, Ajman Chamber, stressed on the economic impact of the event as it represents a link between the government senior officials and the businessmen and potential investors in and outside the emirate.
“We are looking to employ the country’s economic competences and incentives by offering proper infrastructure, easier procedures and a secure investment environment, in addition to promoting the many initiatives and projects adopted by UAE-based industry entities to support the economic sector,” Al Janahi stated.
An exhibition that will include representations from 13 different countries along with local departments will be held on the sidelines of the event, in addition to an educational programme.
“Over the past few years, the event has attracted the participation of various officials and representatives from the public and private sectors, establishing itself as a leading networking event for business and investment in the UAE,” said Khawla Al Muhairi, investment opportunities director. - TradeArabia News Service
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