Tripoli, 21 February 2014:
The Libyan-Maltese Chamber of Commerce has seen such overwhelming demand for registration for its next business forum that . . .[restrict]it has been forced to find a larger venue.
The event, entitled ‘Doing Business with Libya…NOW’, on 27 February, will now be held at the larger venue of the Portomaso Suite at the Malta Hilton Hotel in St Julians.
A spokesperson for the Chamber of Commerce said the demand reflected the eagerness of the Maltese business community to tap into the vast potential of the Libyan market. He said that, in spite of the unstable political situation, Libya was eager to move forward, indicated by the launch of new private sector-driven business ventures, especially in the retail and hospitality sectors.
The event will feature a range of speakers, covering areas including insurance and healthcare as well as the maritime and oil sectors. One subject expected to be in focus is the development of the Libyan economy, particularly in relation to the private sector.
Maltese Minister of Foreign Affairs, George Vella, and Libyan businessman Husni Bey have both been confirmed as speakers.
‘Doing Buiness with Libya…NOW’ is sponsored by the ATEX International Exhibition Group, Malta Hilton Hotel, the Bank of Valletta plc and Office Group Ltd – agents of Konica Minolta.
Registration for the business forum is free of charge. For more information email: [email protected] [/restrict]