Doing Business Iran 2011 - Business Mission to Iran, 24.-27.06.2011
The following topics are both program and in the best interests of the local authorities who preferred here looking for solutions:
1. Urban planning and construction, infrastructure
2. Energy efficiency
3. New Energy
4. Windenergy and Solar Energy
5. Infrastructure development
6. Agro business & food
The interest in European solutions is still large. In light of current developments in the region and the encouraging increase in the volume of trade between Europe and Iran in 2010 it is assumed that the trend will continue this year. The terms and conditions can conveniently be made based on the business missions to Asia in the usual special conditions and also with early expression of interest. Because of the strategic importance of the developments of the whole region, the importance of the conference for the Iranian market as a whole and especially for the small and medium sized businesses, we recommend you to participate in the Business Mission to Iran and mark this opportunity as of particularly high weight.
It would be our pleasure to see you in Iran 2011.
Expenses, fees & conditions of participation
Flight expenses are depending on airline, class and destination. Accommodation possible at conference hotel: SHAHRIAR 5 star hotel & conference. Special conditions are possible upon request. Other opportunities available upon request.
Visa issues and flight/arrival by privat plane
Delegates travelling with their private jet are requested to contact German Global Trade Forum Berlin in advance to assure secure access to Iran. Notice: Visa regulations vary. Please contact your local Iranian Embassy for further information. An invitation for the conference will ease access to the visum.
Your letter of registration or intent will be delivered to the local organizers and confirmed by special invitation letter.
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