Investopia strikes new partnership agreement with India’s CII

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Investopia-CII Partnership
Officials during the signing ceremony | WAM

Investopia, the global investment platform launched by the UAE government, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) as part of its efforts to establish new partnerships with leading local and global institutions and entities.

The latest partnership will facilitate the exchange of expertise and knowledge as well as dialogue between business delegations, in addition to promoting promising investment opportunities in Indian-UAE markets across new economic sectors.

Under the terms of the agreement, the two parties will organize joint events and conferences to enhance communication at the private sector level, thereby strengthening economic and investment ties between the two countries.

Ms. Badreya Al Maidoor, Assistant Under-Secretary of Support Services Sector at the UAE Ministry of Economy said that, “The signing of the MoU with the Confederation of Indian Industry reflects Investopia’s vision and confidence in the Indian market, as one of the most important global strategic markets teeming with promising investment and trade prospects. It builds on the global dialogue launched by the platform in India, the first outside of the UAE, which included two sessions in Mumbai and New Delhi in May 2022.”

“By joining hands with CII, we look forward to sharing experiences and knowledge and business delegations to promote investment opportunities in both Indian and UAE markets, across new economic sectors, especially circular economy, family businesses, renewable energy, tourism, technology, and innovation,” Ms. Al Maidoor added.

Through the partnership, CII will participate in the third edition of Investopia’s annual conference, which is set to be held in the UAE from 28 to 29 February 2024.

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