The forum provides the exclusive opportunity for Iraqi companies to reach the global market to source suppliers, partners and ideas, maintain communication and open dialogue, allowing them to operate on equal terms with the rest of the world.
These companies, denied access to the supply of essential goods and services for so long, are keen to establish business partnerships to meet their increasing demands. Forum members will be granted access to these companies, who will be posting their requirements and providing news of crucial developments within the Iraqi business market.
“Members will have the opportunity to build business relationships, to gauge feedback/interest in their business, to generate enquiries on company goods and services, and to prepare for specific project tendering,” said Raminder Singh-Barmi, managing director of Iraq Procurement.
The forum will be launched ahead of the forthcoming Iraq Procurement 2004 – Amman meetings, to take place on 22-24 November 2004 at the Grand Hyatt Amman and Zara Expo Centre. All delegates at Iraq Procurement 2004 – Amman will have access to the forum.
Iraq Procurement looks to realise the enormous trade and investment potential of Iraq and aid the country’s future development, by offering opportunities for the international business community to meet with senior decision makers to form partnership agreements and secure the supply of essential goods and services.
Forum members will have access to corporate delegates, prime contractors and many of the leading Iraqi business companies present at Iraq Procurement 2004 – Amman, along with many other companies from the country.
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