The Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania will be hosting a digital business forum on August 10 at 4pm to explore investment opportunities with Qatar and to increase both countries’ trade volume.
Tanzanian ambassador to Qatar Fatma Mohamed Rajab said the embassy has partnered with Qatari company, KON, to organise the ‘Tanzania Digital Business Forum 2020’, which carries the theme ‘Invest Today, Earn Tomorrow’.
The digital business forum will exclusively outline Tanzania’s investment opportunities available for investors, stakeholders, business owners and all related incentives and procedures through ‘KON Diplomatic’, a one-stop window to obtain all facilities for a safe and better investment in Tanzania.
“With the global and local market economic status, our firms never stopped developing our business diplomacy with the embassies and diplomatic corps,” said KON founder & chairman Mohamed R Massani.
“The principal thrust of our partnership with the Tanzanian embassy is to respond to all the incredible potential areas of investment in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, health, education, transportation, livestock, fishing, tourism, ICT, energy, infrastructure, and services sectors, and for products, such as fruits, vegetables, minerals, beef, coffee, spices, and honey,” he said.
He noted that KON has “100% vested interest” in boosting both countries’ business collaborations “on all levels.”
In addition to KON’s business strategy with Tanzania’s embassy in Qatar, Massani said that from the beginning the company has been “working intensively” to build a strong tailor-made strategy “based on a unique constructive business diplomacy to be implemented for the first time.”
“KON is very glad to be the first and only local company driving business diplomacy with different countries, which is aligned with the vision of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, and to manage business expectations with a double-edged marketing strategy by creating unique, realistic goals,” he added.
Earlier, Rajab said the embassy is “in full communication” with Tanzanian companies and business communities by maintaining a direct line with the country’s One-Stop Centre, Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC), and Zanzibar Investment Promotion Agency (ZIPA), as well as the Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture.
She also said the embassy has direct communication with the Ministry of Trade and Investment in Tanzania and all other sectoral Ministries. It is also in direct contact with government and private institutions that are responsible for co-ordinating, encouraging, promoting, and facilitating trade and investments in Tanzania.
For more information about the digital business forum, visit www.kongroups.com.