By Dipo Olowookere
An investment forum is billed to hold on Thursday, December 8, 2016 in Baku, Azerbaijan at the Azpromo Business Center by 8:30am, Business Post has learnt.
This programme is the brainchild of the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) and Azerbaijan Investment Company (AIC) in cooperation with the Islamic Development Bank Group Business Forum (THIQAH) and Azerbaijan Export & Investment Promotion Foundation (AZPROMO).
Tagged International Investment Conference, the event aims to present and showcase the recent opportunities and key challenges to do business in Azerbaijan.
It will also focus on the best practices concerning related industries that encourage economic diversification.
According to what we gathered, the conference will present an ideal occasion to investors, business people and CEOs to network and establish business relations with their counterparts and other leading representatives from the local business community in order to share their related experience and success stories, and to explore together the many investment possibilities that the country offers.
Furthermore, it will connect investors with companies and individual entrepreneurs from Azerbaijan who have viable business projects to exchange views on their respective businesses.
It will also provide a platform for a constructive and fruitful dialogue between the various parties with an interest in the fields of private sector, and to acquire an in-depth knowledge of the major changes and developments underway in the private sector, particularly in the non-oil sector.
It was learnt that the forum will reinforce the position of Azerbaijan on the world investment map by highlighting profitable business opportunities readily available in the country, while also highlighting the outstanding economic performance as well as the improved business environment in Azerbaijan, showcasing available investment opportunities and prospective business partnerships.
The event will address topics of common interest to identify concrete ways and effective solutions to support investments and private sector development in Azerbaijan.
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