Annual East Africa Chamber of Commerce Trade Conference: Oct 13-15 in Dallas, Texas

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The East Africa Chamber of Commerce is organizing a Conference to Promote East Africa/ U.S trade, investment and entrepreneurship, which will take place in Dallas on 13-15 October 2011.

The purpose of the Conference is to facilitate business to business linkage as well as showcase opportunities for investments, highlight market analysis as well as underscore vital government trade policies in the region. High level government and business leaders as well as top level experts will make presentations on their respective fields.

There will be sector presentations in various fields such as International Trade and Commerce, Energy and Mining, Financial Services, Tourism, Agriculture, Infrastructure, Health and Pharmaceuticals, Real Estate among others. U.S. and East African Business community will be available and ready to discuss business opportunities with your organization.

Those seeking funding for ready projects are encouraged to bring profiles of their projects in efforts to make B2B connections.

Venue: Marriott, Market Center (2493 North Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75207.

Call 214-905-0050 for more info.

A dedicated web page, including additional Conference information, registration, the draft program and logistical information can be found on the chamber website shown here after: http://eachamber.com

Event Date: 
Sat, 10/15/2011 07:00PM -0400

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