CEO Clubs Network assists Senegal to explore business ties at Expo 2020

By Rahul Vaimal, Associate Editor
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Delegates at “Senegal Investment and Business Opportunities”
Delegates at “Senegal Investment and Business Opportunities” event at Dubai Exhibition Center at Expo 2020 Dubai site.

The world’s largest business network connecting CEOs & Entrepreneurs, the Dubai-based CEO Clubs Network recently partnered with the Government of the Republic of Senegal to organize “Senegal Investment and Business Opportunities” at Dubai Exhibition Center at Expo 2020 Dubai site earlier this month.

The high-profile event hosted more than four hundred attendees from about 30 business industries who collaborated and explored synergies with their Senegalese counterparts. the event showcased numerous investment projects and business opportunities in Senegal, as well as the vision and achievements of the Emerging Senegal.

The Senegalese Minister of Commerce and SMEs Ms. Aminata Assome Diatta, ASEPEX Director-General Dr. Malik Diop, Director-General of APIX Mr. Mountaga Sy were among the many high-level delegates from Senegal who were present at the event.

Speaking at the event, Dr. Malick Diop stated that the next 6 months will be utilized to highlight all the key industry sectors in Senegal and help the country stand out at the World Expo 2020 Dubai.

Dr. Tariq Ahmed Nizami
Dr. Tariq Ahmed Nizami
CEO & Founder
CEO Clubs Network

“It was a great success with high profile CEOs and Entrepreneurs from CEO Clubs Community, Senegal, and other country delegates. Senegal is open for business, that is the whole idea of the event is to create international trade and investment by promoting business partnerships among CEOs and business executives from Senegal and across the globe.”

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