Ethiopian Consulate in Mumbai is leading in several activities to promote their country in numerous events held in the recent past. Once again Ethiopian Consulate is in limelight as they would be participating in two mega events, which are planned back to back. These mega events are slated to take place on 12th and 13thJune, 2019 in Mumbai. The preparation for event is done extensively by Consul General and his team on war footing level besides their routine functions. The events are considered as important, as it is organized by two prominent platforms which are globally recognized.
Amongst two events, first one would be organized by International Business Group (IBG) on 12th June at BKC in Bandra, a western suburb. Second event is organized by Indo African Chamber of commerce and industry on 13th June, 2019 at Y B Chavan Centre near Mantralaya in South Mumbai. Both these events are prominent and holds key to grow business opportunities. It would be a appropriate opportunities for all the participants to expand their horizons.
The IBG event will begin with Ethiopian Consul General’s remark and followed with presentation by Ethiopian Economic Consular. The consular will highlight on trade and investment opportunities in Ethiopia. It maybe noted that IBG is a vast network of Indian Business communities. There presence will contribute in turning vast business opportunities. The event is of mega importance and as both, Indian business community and Ethiopian trade would certainly be benefitted.
Second mega event is a seminar titled as Business Opportunity in Africa. This event is organized by Indo African Chamber of commerce and industry (IACCI). It’s an important mega event where dais would be shared by top diplomat speakers and others. The diplomats who would participate in the events include H. E. Demeke Atnafu - Consul General of Ethiopia. H.E. Maropene Ramokgopa - Consul General of South Africa,H.E. Consul General of Mauritius, Seewraj Nundlall – Counsellor Trade & Investments of Mauritius High Commission and Ms. Gemma – Head BITC (Botswana Investment & Trade Centre).
H. E. Demeke Atnafu - Consul General of Ethiopia said “We are very happy to participate in both mega events of IBG and IACCI. Both these platforms are of international repute and plays significance role in economic and trade growth.there would be more than100 people will participate in IBG event. At IACCI it would be an extended and vast platform, where numerous opportunities will emerge.
About India Business Group – IBG:
The India Business Group (IBG) is a not-for-profit Membership organization, headed by Vikash Mittersain– Founder and President IBG.It allows Indian companies to integrate more effectively into the business communities' world wide. IBG's objectives are to promote a productive and open business climate within India, between India and rest of the world. It serves as both a forum and a representative body for the Indian companies and professionals and associations with both national and Global interests, through the Secretariat and its Expert Committees. IBG acts as a nexus for businesses promoting about 50 events annually, including lunches and dinners with top CEOs and government officials. It also arranges other networking cocktails, roundtables and technical discussions, business training sessions and cultural events. In addition, IBG addresses specific Member concerns and interests, through strategic partnerships with similar organizations.
About Indo-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry - IACCI:
Indo-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IACCI), was established in the year 1985, under the Companies Act 1956. IACCI is headed by Yogendra Premkrishna Trivedi is a chairman, whereas Sunanda Rajendran is Secretary General. It provides a dynamic institutional link for the promotion of commercial and economic relations, between India and African countries. The Chamber constantly strives to identify new areas of mutual co-operation, and ensure the smooth flow of trade, investment joint-ventures and technology. The main objectives of the Chamber are to promote, develop and extend commerce, trade and industry, between Indian and African countries. These objectives are designed to be achieved, through arranging buyer - seller meetings, seminars, workshops, participation in trade - fair and exhibition, by setting expert committee to solve complicated export problems, searching new market, new horizons for manufacturer and exporter, and well as visa assistance.