29 mars 2017
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania together with ELANBiz program (European and Latin American Business Services) are pleased to invite you to a seminar on the Latin America markets that will take place on March 29, 2017, from 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at CCIR Business Center, 2, Octavian Goga Blvd., Bucharest.
The seminar entitled ”Doing business in Latin America” aims to present the specifics of business in Latin America, especially Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Chile, as well as to provide factual and relevant information to Romanian business companies and organizations interested in accessing markets in Latin America. There will be presented and explained the potential challenges that might face Romanian companies in Latin America, such as customs regulations or infringement of intellectual property rights.
At the same time, will be approached the economic sectors with competitive potential, relevant for developing partnerships with Latin American states. Among these are: information and communications technology; pharmaceutical industry; automotive and components; wood and furniture; as well as tourism and ecotourism.
As speakers at the event, the representatives of four important organizations will be invited: European and Latin American Business Services – ELANBiz, European & Latin American Technology Based Business Network – ELANnetwork, Intellectual Property Rights Small Medium Enterprises Helpdesk - IPR SME Helpdesk and KPMG Romania. Also, the diplomatic representatives, at the level of Ambassador and commercial counselor, of the four states will be present.
The draft agenda of the seminar and the registration form can be found here. The working language of the event will be English.
The participation fee is 100 Lei + VAT. Registration and payment will be made until March 27, 2017.
The contact person for this event is Mrs. Sabina Strîmbovschi, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania, Foreign Affairs Department, Counselor for European and International Organizations, e-mail: email@example.com, phone: +40374 474 357.