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Monaco’s Economic Board (MEB) has received invitations for two events in September, which interested members would be welcome to attend. The first is the Matchmaking Fair Bratislava 2017, organised by the Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO).
This will take place on September 19, 2017, in Bratislava, under the auspices the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic.
The Slovak Matchmaking Fair is the largest international B2B event organised by SARIO in Slovakia. The gathering focuses on bilateral talks for individual companies, as well as the presentation of subcontracting partnership offers, tenders, available production capacities, and joint ventures with foreign partners especially in the fields of automotive, engineering, energy, ICT, logistics R&D and innovations.
In the form of a breakfast conference on September 27, the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore has offered to present to Monegasque companies business opportunities in Singapore, the city-state with obvious points in common with the Principality but also with Asia South East. There are very limited places, reserved for companies with a strong interest in this destination.
Interested particpants should contact MEB’s Justin Highman.
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