On the Thursday the 3rd of April, an informational meeting will be organised at the Embassy of Cameroon in the Hague. Dutch Companies who are interested in doing business in Cameroon are welcome to attend this afternoon.
Topics to be discussed are among others the business opportunities in Cameroon and the Promote 2014, one of the biggest fairs in Africa.
You can register for this meeting using your MyNABC account. It is free of charge for all who's interested.
The Netherlands Business Council (NABC) in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon in the netherlands and OLAF Trading cordially Invite you to an informative meeting about Doing business in Cameroon. The meeting will take place on on Thursday April 3, 2014 at the Embassy of Cameroon, The Hague.
The informative meeting will primarily discuss issues about doing business in Cameroon as well as the upcoming, one of the largest international trade fairs –PROMOTE 2014- to be held in Yaoundé, Cameroon from December 6-14, 2014.
During the meeting you will receive basic information regarding doing business in Cameroon and the current opportunities in Cameroon. To make it even more interesting, a Dutch company with experience in Cameroon will share its experiences. You will also be informed about the program of the trade fair PROMOTE 2014 and the possibilities to have a stand during this event. Moreover, we will discuss the possibilities of a trade mission to Cameroon during this same event and inquire your interest in a mission.
Cameroon is one of the richest countries in sub-Sahara Africa with a strong agricultural base and a modest energy production. Situated in Central Africa, at juncture of the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean, the country is often referred to as “Africa in miniature” for its geological and cultural diversity. Cameroon has over 22 million inhabitants and the official languages are French and English.
The government of Cameroon seeks to attract foreign investment and promote the private sector and make it the engine of economic growth and employment. Cameroon’s economic growth rates are estimated at 4.4% by 2012 (compared to 4.2% in 2011). Cameroon offers great opportunities in the following sectors: Agriculture, infrastructure, construction, transport & port development, energy, oil & gas, mining, consumer goods, telecommunications (IT) and tourism.
Cameroon can be seen as an emerging country and it is known to be a transit zone, due to its geographic position, which gives it a comparative advantage in the sub-region.
14:30 – 15:00 Welcome & Registration
15:00 – 15:30 Introduction to Cameroon
15:30 – 16:00 Doing Business in Cameroon – NABC & Experience
16:00 – 16:30 Introduction PROMOTE
16:30 – 17:15 Networking & Questions
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