A Finnish and Estonian delegation visited the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber today [6 December] and were excited about the business opportunities and synergies that exist between the Eastern European countries and the city.
It was the first time in seven years that delegates from these two countries had visited the Business Chamber, and today’s meeting follows the Finnish ambassador Kari Alanko’s attendance of the NMMU’s Investing in Blue Symposium hosted in Port Elizabeth in September this year.
ENCOURAGING INVESTMENT: Today the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber hosted a meeting with the South African Consul General in Canada, Nyameko Goso to explore opportunities between Canadian business and Chambers of Commerce and Industry with a particular focus on the automotive industry and fostering investor relations.
DRIVING a vehicle manufactured in South Africa, eating an orange grown in our orchards or drinking a glass of wine produced from our vines.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber was privileged to receive a visit from a high powered French delegation this morning where selected Business Chamber members were given the opportunity to discuss potential opportunities of synergy between France and the Nelson Mandela Bay.
Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Kevin Hustler gave the delegation a full briefing on the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber, the city’s Industrial Development Strategy, as well as, the Business Vision 2030 and potential future catalytic projects in our region.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber was privileged to receive a visit from our sister city grouping Jacksonville, in the U.S. State of Florida, along with the Metro for an exploratory tour on the potential synergies between our cities and how we can look at economic growth and development for both regions.
Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Kevin Hustler gave the delegation a full briefing on the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber, the city’s Industrial Development Strategy as well as the Business Vision 2030 and potential future catalytic projects in our region.
ROYAL VISIT: His Royal Highness (HRH) Prince Wenceslas de Nassau of Luxembourg (far right) visited the Coega Development Corporation (CDC) Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) today (11 August) as part of an international stakeholder visit. Joining the Prince on his visit was (from left): Kevin Hustler, CEO of Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber; Belinda Brass, CEO of the advisory and technology firm Spallian; and Dr Ayanda Vilakazi, CDC head of Marketing and Communications. The Prince paid a visit to the city (last week) to launch the family's advisory and technology company, Spallian. Belinda Brass will visit the CDC this month to further investigate the opportunities within the Coega IDZ.
Business Breakfast with H.E. Dr. Hisham Al-Alawi, Ambassador of Iraq
You are warmly invited to a presentation by H.E. Dr. Hisham Al-Alawi, Ambassador of Iraq who will elaborate on the exciting business opportunities opening up between Iraq and...
The 3rd German-South African Business Forum in Berlin, Germany will be held from 22nd – 23rd October 2012. All South African companies, organisations and institutions interested in German-South African business relations are invited to attend the...