The Arab British Chamber of Commerce’s diverse and popular events programme is geared towards investors, exporters, corporates and SMEs. Whether you are interested in finding new markets to sell your products, business leads, new clients, networking, expert briefings on the Arab markets, we will have an event that suits you and your business. Many of our events allow delegates to meet with government ministers, diplomats and senior business executives. Our events provide an important platform to showcase your products and services.
If you have further questions about our events please contact the Events team on T: +44 (0) 20 7235 4363 or E: email@example.com.
1st 2018 ABCC Networking Event
The ABCC held the first of a regular series of social events throughout the year providing attendees with a unique space for social networking and informal discussions. The Networking event was designed to enable representatives of member and non-member companies to meet together in an informal gathering to enjoy the hospitality of the Chamber and to share ideas about business projects and market opportunities.
Opportunities in Morocco (date to be confirmed)
In recent years, Morocco has taken significant steps towards prosperity and to build a sustainable economy. Foreign investment in the Kingdom has increased and the Chamber plans to capitalise on this by holding this event that highlights the many investment opportunities that Morocco has to offer.
2nd 2018 Networking Event
After the success of our 1st 2018 Networking Event, the Arab British Chamber of Commerce will hold the 2nd Networking Event of this year. This will be another great opportunity to interact and network with ABCC members, stakeholders and friends from the Arab-British business community in a pleasant and informal environment.
This event will take place on Wednesday 18th April at the : Grosvenor House Suites by Jumeirah Living Park Lane, London W1K 7TN
The event will start at 4.00pm with a welcoming address by the Chamber’s Director of Trade Mr Abdeslam El-Idrissi.
This is followed by networking drinks and a canapé reception from 4.30pm until 6.30pm.
if you are a member and want to register or if you have any queries please contact : Dr Lamya Al-Imara (Membership Officer): firstname.lastname@example.org
Opportunities in Tunisia
The ABCC will hold a roundtable event to host the Tunisian Ambassador to the UK, and to facilitate discussion on emerging opportunities in the country and its recent economic progress. The Chamber will invite CEOs and senior executives from major business sectors in the UK to engage in dialogue with H.E. the Ambassador on matters pertaining to trade and foreign investment in Tunisia, a country seen as a vital gateway for trade with Africa.
Opportunities in Lebanon
Lebanon offers one of the most liberal investment climates in the Middle East. The economic openness of the country is harnessed through the absence of legal restrictions on the entry or exit of firms in key sectors, encouraging free market competition and furthering the development of the local private sector. Liberal trade and investment policies have allowed foreign direct investments to contribute a considerable share of Lebanese GDP. The event is designed to introduce companies to the trade and investment opportunities in Lebanon.
3rd Members Networking Event
The ABCC will hold its third networking event, with the same pupose, meet together in an informal gathering to enjoy the hospitality of the Chamber and to share ideas about business projects and market opportunities.
Opportunities in Oman
This event will provide companies with a unique platform for dialogue and discussion focusing on trade with Oman. The Sultanate of Oman has a centuries-long history of international trade and a strong maritime tradition. Combining experience and age-old customs with modern technology, Oman represents a friendly and challenging market to suppliers and investors. Its private sector plays an important economic role, offering business opportunities to investors and trade partners. Oman is noted for its stability and openness to British investors and is an attractive option for British companies looking to enter the wider Gulf region.