Coen Welsh | Nov 14, 2017 | 0
German delegation seek more business opportunities
A 16 member business delegation from German arrived in Namibia earlier this week on a 3-day trade mission to explore business opportunities in the country.
The delegation, which has been the biggest Afrika Verein-led mission to Namibia in recent years comprises of business leaders with interests in sectors such as mining, energy, infrastructure, healthcare, automation, financing and security.
A German- Namibia Business Seminar was held on Thursday where Roundtable Sector Sessions as well as back to back meetings are took place. The Business Seminars were also addressed by the Deputy Minister of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development Hon. Pieter van der Walt who briefed the delegation on Namibia’s conducive business environment and the Deputy Minister of Works and Transport, Hon. James Sankwasa who provided highlights on some of Namibia’s infrastructure projects being supported by the German Government.
The German delegation on Friday 15 April will have a site visit to Namibia Breweries as well.
The engagements so far since their arrival have been seen as fruitful with already promising joint venture opportunities in the pipeline.
The organizers, the German Afrika Verein (German-Africa Business Association), the NCCI, Namibia Investment Centre and in collaboration with the German Embassy will hold a media briefing to provide feedback on the outcomes of this mission.