Summary of the seminar
In 2018, Rwanda’s GDP grew by 8.7%. This country is known for its business environment, one of the most favourable on the African continent. Its strategic geographical position also allows it to establish itself as a crossroads between Central African countries and the Indian Ocean.
On November 25 , meet a Rwandan delegation that will include business people and representatives of different industries. During this day-long seminar on business opportunities in Rwanda, enhance your knowledge of this country’s different facets such as its business culture, legal and tax framework, and its sectors with high business potential.
The Global Affairs Canada Trade Commissioner Service will also be on site to inform you about its funding program's international opportunities for the fight against climate change (clean technology and green infrastructure sector) in Rwanda.
In order to promote dialogue, a meeting opportunity will be organized between Quebec companies and the Rwandan business people.
Lunch and a networking cocktail will be offered.
A unique opportunity to :
List of members of the delegation
- Better understand the funding available for projects in the clean technology and green infrastructure sectors
- Identify relevant business opportunities for your company
- Benefit from the advice of experts and companies operating in the country
- Take advantage of exclusive meetings with the Rwandan delegation
Who should participate in this seminar?
Any company looking to develop its business in Rwanda or to learn more about this market.
This is particularly aimed at companies in the following industries:
- Automotive (spare parts)
- Construction and infrastructure
- Electrical and plumbing supplies
- Food and beverages (oils, alcohol and wine)
- Interior decoration
- Military supplies
- Textiles / Fashion / Ready-to-wear (leather)
- Transportation and mobility
The market in Rwanda, the country of a thousand hills
Climate Change Funding Program
- Global Affairs Canada helps companies access funding for clean technology and green infrastructure projects, especially projects in Africa.
- Over the past four years, over US$61 billion have been mobilized internationally to finance the fight against climate change.