Foreign Direct Investment: Extra Energy for Economic Expansion (E4)
28th and 29th of March 2018, MECC Maastricht – The Netherlands
Price: € 299,– for 2 day’s excl. VAT including lunch
Price for one day: € 179,40,– for 1 day
Who should participate
This international conference informs and inspires ambitious professionals in international business development and trade and investment promotion. This conference is not to be missed by any professional, who wants to valorise the economic recovery and new sectoral and technological developments.
Why you should participate
The conference connects delegates with multinational corporations with expansion and investment plans*. In addition, government agencies, such as Investment Promotion Agencies, Cities and Science Parks will have ample opportunity to speak with potential foreign investors.
This international conference will bring together:
*) Meet multinationals with expansion plans
During the conference, delegations will participate in the matchmaking program. These representative of multinational enterprises are interested in new business partners and investment opportunities in Europe.
People’s Republic of China, Japan, Germany, Belgium, France, Romania, Morocco
The programme consists of:
-Matchmaking sessions between Chinese, US and European companies
-Presentations by world leading speakers about trends, which have an impact on trade and foreign direct investment in Europe. Themes as Smart Cities, Science Park development, and disruptive innovations in some industrial sectors, such as the automotive and life sciences, will be elaborated upon by experts.
The focus will be on the following topics:
**) Keynote: The impact of China’s One Belt One Road-project
Presentation by the Chairman of the One Belt One Road Culture and Trade Promotion Association, Mr. Li Qi who will be a leader of an incoming mission from China
Since its introduction by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013, the “One belt, One road” initiative has attracted considerable attention. It is an ambitious plan to revitalize the ancient Silk Road overland and maritime trade routes linking East and West. The project, which involves more than 60 countries and quite a few international organizations, implies unprecedented opportunities and challenges.
Mr Li Qi will address these questions in his keynote speech: