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Eyeing Dubai
April 28, 2011   
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A host of Polish business executives and local government officials are preparing to fly to Dubai to take part in the Annual Investment Meeting 2011 (AIM 2011) to be held by the United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Foreign Trade. The event will take place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center May 10-12.

AIM 2011 is billed as the first event of its kind in the Middle East focusing on investment opportunities worldwide. It aims to help businesses meet prospective investors and find out about investment opportunities in emerging markets worldwide. According to the event’s organizers, AIM 2011 is designed to be a venue where international investors interested in long-term investment opportunities will be able to establish ties with business leaders and key decision makers from top emerging cities and countries around the world.

The event will host representatives from a variety of industries and key growth sectors, along with key decision makers from emerging markets and government bodies across the world. There will be a number of “how-to-invest” workshops and other seminars. One of the highlights of AIM 2011 will be government-approved proposals presented by businessmen. These presentations will enable attending financiers to find out about ongoing projects and become a part of them. The sectors in focus include manufacturing, finance, banking and insurance, tourism and hospitality, urban development, renewable energy, transportation, infrastructure, agribusiness, health, education, telecommunications, and property development.

The Polish delegation at AIM 2011 will include businessmen from sectors such as yacht making, automotive, aerospace, and food, in addition to executives from special economic zones and owners of tourism and recreation centers in eastern Poland selected through a competition held by the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency.

In recent years Dubai has become not only the main commercial and financial center of the United Arab Emirates, a dynamically developing affluent country, but also a meeting place for businesseople from around the world and a key junction for international trade routes. Local trade fairs attract businesspeople from across the region. Polish companies and municipalities are anxious to showcase their potential and investment opportunities there.
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