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The Annual Private Sector Conference (CASP) website goes live today three months before the 17th CASP, scheduled for May 5-7 at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Centre.
The website http://casp.cta.org.mz has all the information about the XVII conference, including facilities for registration and ticket purchase. After registering, attendees receive an email containing bank details for payment, and PayPal will be available starting next week.
Approximately 2,000 participants are expected, including national entrepreneurs, foreign and national investors, financial institutions, cooperation partners, multilateral institutions and members of government.
Held under the motto “Creating a business environment for economic diversification”, CASP XVII will comprise three components: Public-Private Dialogue, the Mozambique Business and Investment Summit, and Market Place.
The first and second days will be reserved for the ‘Mozambique Business Investment Summit and Investment Promotion’, a joint effort by major financial development institutions, sponsors of projects and other investors interested in accelerating Mozambique’s prosperity. More than 20 development finance institutions are expected to participate in the discussion.
Investments will be promoted by facilitating meetings between project implementers and potential funders and investors, including discussion panels, boardroom sessions, deal presentations and targeted meetings.
Running concurrently will be a specialised fair for the exhibition of products and services, with emphasis on the oil and gas and extractive industry sectors and agribusiness.
This ‘Market Place’ will help entrepreneurs learn about key markets and how to access them, and embassies will showcase their respective countries as export destinations or as interested in exporting to Mozambique.
The last day will be dedicated to the Public-Private Dialogue, an interaction between the government and private sector on reforms aimed at improving the business environment.
CASP participants will benefit from a vast network of investors and an opportunity to be present in all productive sector value chains. Specific information on international market niches will be available along with interaction with potential partners and customers, plus information about obtaining financing.
Companies from all sectors are invited to contact the CTA Business Support Office for more information on participating in the Mozambique Business and Investment Summit and submitting projects.
Register to participate in CASP: http://casp.cta.org.mzSource: Confederação das Associações Económicas de Moçambique - CTA / Press release
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