Business programme will open doors to Expo 2020 opportunities
Expo 2020 expects to attract 25 million visits to the world fair, to be held in Dubai from October next year, and New Zealand businesses will be able to capitalise on the opportunity through a business leveraging programme.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, the nation’s trade and investment promotion agency, has announced its business programme, which is designed to help exporters already active in the region, or those who want to explore the opportunities.
The Business Leverage Programme – which runs over two years, starting in October 2019 - will introduce customers to growing areas of innovation and ways to diversify their business activity in the region.
The programme will feature a series of tailored activity for companies in the food and beverage, specialised manufacturing, building and construction, and technology sectors.
These activities are designed to provide targeted networking opportunities and relevant market information to support businesses’ global growth.
The scale of Expo 2020 and the major trade events happening in Dubai will allow NZTE customers to build relationships and preference for their brand with key targets in the region.
The two-year timeframe is designed to give businesses ample time to understand the opportunities that Expo 2020 provides, and establish relationships in the region.
For more details about the programme, and how to register, below.