The Tomoh Mid-tier Program Delegation from Saudi Arabia will be on a business trip in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania to participate in a B2B matchmaking event on the 30th & 31st January 2019 in order to introduce themselves and to explore business ties and the possibilities of cooperation with companies in Tanzania.
Date: 30th & 31st January 2019
Time: 10:00 to 16:00 Hours
The detailed agenda and list of companies will be emailed on request to interested companies and trade visitors.
Building & Construction
Lighting & Solutions
Plastics & Packaging
Oil & Gas
Interiors & Fittings
Home Decor & Furnishing
Food & Beverage
IT & Telecommunications
Automotive and Spares
For registration and appointments, please contact:
Mr. Pius Albin
+255 689 753 733
We look forward to welcoming you at the B2B session.
Saudi Arabia Business Delegation aims to Explore Investment Opportunities in East Africa.
*Please note that slots for B2B meetings are limited
*Preferred companies for selction will be as per industry
Saudia Arabia Trade Delegation to Tanzania
Saudi Arabia Business Delegation aims to Explore Investment Opportunities in East Africa. A delegation of Saudi Arabian business people will arrive in the country on the 30th and 31st of January to explore business and investment opportunities. The delegation of 15 companies will include companies from Building & Construction, Lighting & Solutions, Plastics & Packaging, Oil & Gas, Interiors & Fittings, Home Decor & Furnishing, Food & Beverage, IT & Telecommunications, Agriculture, Automotive and Spares, Industrial sectors.
The aim of the B2B Trade Mission is to promote bilateral trade, enhance regional and international trade and explore investment opportunities in the region. The mission will also assist companies that wish to expand their market share into the country through business to business (B2B) meetings and connect them to potential partners in Tanzania.
Project Manager, Leah Franco says their aim is to market Tanzania by focusing on key economic growing sectors as identified by the Government and bring investors into the region to see the potential and growth opportunities. She ended by saying that Trade and Investment remain the key that will unlock Tazania’s economic potential and bring about growth and development.