On behalf of the Kingdom Leadership Network Tanzania (KLNT), a network consisting of key leaders in various sectors and decision makers in the country, in partnership with Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC), the principal agency of the Government coordinating, encouraging, promoting and facilitating investment in Tanzania and the lead adviser to the Government on investment policy and related matters, together with the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF); the umbrella voice and apex private sector organization promoting private sector-led social and economic development in Tanzania, with our International Co-host Promoting International Collaboration (PIC) from Israel; we are pleased to invite you to attend the Tanzania-Israel Business and Investment Forum (TIBIF) 2014 to be held on 17th – 20th March 2014 (09:00hours until 17:00hours) at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) in Dar es Salaam.
The forum is a one of a kind event that will convene business, investors, policymakers and industry leaders from various enterprises and institutions of all sizes, both national and international, in a 4-day exchange that fosters bottom up practitioner-driven business to business and business to government solutions for economic development. Given Israel’s prominence in scientific and technological innovation for development, it is a privilege and unprecedented for Tanzania to host a Forum with the unique focus of developing Tanzania, Israel and other countries economic and scientific partnerships; establishing alliances that will lead to national economic transformation.
The Program format includes: Expert and practitioner talks, One-to-one business and development partnership negotiations, Exhibitions, Networking sessions, Business field tours and optional excursions. The Forum will engage business investment institutions operating in Agriculture, Mining, Financial services, Education, Infrastructure (Roads, Water), Construction/Property/Housing, Energy, Technology, Bioengineering, Manufacturing, Medicine/Health, Chemical Engineering, Retailing, Tourism, Communications, Computing, Textile and Apparel.
We have requested the President of the United Republic of Tanzania to be the Guest of Honour as well as the presence of various key Government Ministers, Foreign Ministers, Diplomats, and prominent Businessmen, Entrepreneurs, Manufacturers and Leaders from the continent and beyond.
Delegates will have the opportunity to learn from extraordinary nationally and internationally acknowledged speakers via presentations including workshops, panels, Expert and practitioner talks that will also include, networking, one to one business and development partnership negotiations and exhibition sessions. We hereby attach a summary of this unique forum, and International Participant Information which further elaborates the nature of the meeting to which we shall be truly grateful to be graced with your presence. If you have any questions or concerns, or if we may be of assistance in any way, please do not hesitate to contact the conference secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gil Haskel, Ambassador of Israel to Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi and Seychelles. H.E Gil Haskel was born in 1965, In Jerusalem, Israel. He graduated with B.A. in Psychology and Political Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Prior to his appointment as the Ambassador of Israel to Kenya, he served in various capacities in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: - Director, Economic Department III, Economic Affairs Division. - Head of NGO Liaison Unit International Organizations Division. - Counselor, Head of Japan Desk, Asia & Pacific Division. - Political Counselor & Spokesman, Embassy of Israel, Tokyo Japan. - Director, Cadet Training program, Training Division. - First Secretary, Turkey Desk, European Affairs Division. - Second Secretary and Spokesman, Embassy of Israel, New Delhi – India. - Cadet Training program in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. - Military Service – Major (Artillery). In 1998 he was honored with the Prize of Excellence by the Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel. H.E Gil Haskel is married with four children. Yaki Lopez, Deputy Israel Amb/Deputy Chief of Mission
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