The Senegalese government invites Brazilian business people and investors to participate in the “Journée Brésilienne de Networking” (Brazilian Networking Meeting – JBN). The event will take place on June 11 in Dakar, Senegal. This meeting is one of the leading commercial events held between Brazilian and Senegalese companies, as well as being an excellent opportunity for sharing information and discussing new business possibilities.
JBN is a business and investment event uniting companies from Brazil, Senegal, and other African countries. The meeting will be an opportunity for professionals and companies to discover the potential opportunities of the African market, identifying business partners and prospective customers and clients.
During the course of the Brazilian Networking Meeting, the participants will have the opportunity to participate in different plenary sessions with specialists and participate in meetings for expanding their networking possibilities.
The first part of the session is focused on discussing business and investment opportunities among Brazil, Senegal, and Gambia. Then, the second part will be a Networking meeting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Brazil and Senegal share a meaningful cooperative and business exchange relationship. However, both countries need to strengthen that relationship by increasing investments and fostering economic activity to benefit both countries.
Flávio Lima Rocha, the Brazilian Ambassador to Senegal, believes that empowering this trade will directly contribute to generating revenue and create more employment. “The bilateral trade exchange will give rise to 100 million dollars yearly that does not even reflect the solidity of this relationship and neither the potential for trade investments from these two countries. There is much more to do in this field,” believes Rocha.
Some of the main partners of JBN are the Brazilian Foreign Affairs Ministry and the Brazilian Agency for Promoting Exportations and Investments (APEX-BRASIL). From the Senegalese side, there is support from APIX-Senegal, the Chamber of Commerce, the Dakar Industrial and Agriculture Agency (CCIAD), the Senegalese Investor Club (CIS), the Patronat National Council (CNP), and the Outarde Bank.
“The bilateral trade exchange will give rise to 100 million dollars yearly that does not even reflect the solidity of this relationship”
The “Journée Brésilienne de Networking” will be held at the Hotel Radisson Bleu in Dakar, Senegal. Entrance is free-of-charge and the scheduling is available by accessing the event website: http://journeebresiliennedenetworking.org/pt-br/.