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Description

Namibia with its “wide open spaces” is not just a very attractive holiday destination but also a country with largely undiscovered trade and investment opportunities.

Important economic sectors in Namibia include miningtourismtransportenergy, and fisheries. Namibia also looks to develop its agri-sector as it is presently largely dependent on food imports from South Africa. Namibia’s well-established port of Walvis Bay and its economic corridors unlocking the Southern African region, make the country an excellent gateway for trade with South AfricaAngola and other landlocked countries as Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Doing Business in Namibia seminar will focus, although not exclusively, on available opportunities in agrofood (incl. horticulture, meat, fish), services (incl. tourism, logistics) and ICT (automation, data processing) as these sectors may provide inviting opportunities for Netherlands companies as perceived by NNTIF. 

The forum is endorsed by the Namibian Embassy in Brussels, the Netherlands Embassy in Pretoria, the Netherlands Hon. Consulate in Namibia and the Namibian Hon. Consulate in the Netherlands.

The event will take place from 13:30 to 18:30 at NABC (WTC, Prinses Beatrixlaan 582, 2595 BM The Hague). 

For more information about the event, please contact Maloe de Reuver (maloe.dereuver@nabc.nl). 

Programme

13:30

Registration and networking

 

14:00

Opening speeches 

Mr. Peter de Ruiter, Managing Director NABC  

H.E. Prof. Dr. Kaire Mbuende, Namibian Ambassador to the Kingdoms of Belgium and the Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg and to the European Union   

 

14:15

Trade and investment opportunities in Namibia, followed by short Q & A

Ms. Diana Tjiposa, Commercial Councillor at the Namibian Embassy in Brussels

Moderated by  Ms. Maloe de Reuver, NABC

15:00 

Introduction on business opportunities in agrofood, services and IT 

Mr. Ger Kegge, NNTIF Associate 
Mr. Servaas van den Bosch, NNTIF Associate and Honorary Consul for the Netherlands in Namibia 
Mrs. Cornélie M. van Waegeningh, NNTIF Associate and Honorary Consul for Namibia in the Netherlands

15:15

Inspiring projects and initiatives

Monate

Ms. Cecile Oosterveen

Desert Food/WUR

Dr. Simon Goddek

Meatco

Mr. Cliff May

SHORT BREAK 

Radboud University

Dr. Marc Klein Wolt

TNO

Mr. Friso Veenstra

Eyeplanes

Mr. Rutger Kramer

Nakuusa

Mr. Thierry van ‘t Hoff

16:30 

Q &A

Moderated by  Ms. Maloe de Reuver, NABC

17:00

Closing remarks

Mr. Ger Kegge, NNTIF

17:10

Networking reception

 

 

Event details

Doing Business in Namibia
From December 06, 2018
Till December 06, 2018
NABC events
Seminar
The Hague, Netherlands
maloe.dereuver@nabc.nl