Indo -African Chamber of Commerce & Industry (IACCI) officials and 15 members Indian business delegation are travelling from India to Ethiopia to tap business opportunities. The delegation, headed by Sunanda Rajendran, Sectary General of IACCI has already begun their journey to Botswana, thereafter they will visit Ethiopia. IACCI officials and business delegation would be in Ethiopia from August 11-15, 2019. This delegation meet is organized by Consul General of Ethiopia in Mumbai.
The delegation is scheduled to attend Ethiopia-India Business which is slated to be held on August 12, 2019 at Addis Ababa, Capital of Ethiopia. The business meeting would be held at Hilton International Hotel in Ethiopia. The representatives from pertinent government offices and private sectors are confirmed to participate. Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Government (B2G) meeting are being arranged. The delegation would get to see and discuss various opportunities which are booming in Ethiopia.
The meeting would be an exclusive business interaction opportunity with the who’s who of Ethiopia. It would an exclusive business interaction and will be attended by the senior industry leaders and government officials from Ethiopia. These Indian delegates will have an opportunity to attend all the important programmes like plenary sessions, networking lunches and dinner etc. IACCI would be happy to assist its delegates with an opportunity for one-on-one meetings with the industry members and Ministers/Senior Government officials of Ethiopia.
Consul General (CG) of Ethiopia in Mumbai His Excellency Demeke Atnafu Ambulo met delegation members at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai before their departure to Botswana. He wished them safe journey, fruitful and productive mission.
CG of Ethiopia Demeke Atnafu, speaking to this correspondent about Indian business delegation visiting Ethiopia said “Ethiopia is the fastest growing economy in Africa and the infrastructure development is suitable for new opportunities compared to other African countries. Ethiopia is exceptionally open to investment and development potential. We always want to showcase whatever means and opportunities are made available for Indian industries, before they take call to invest money in our country”.