Cyprus-Estonia Business Forum to Boost Trade Ties

Cyprus and Estonia to Strengthen Economic Ties at Upcoming Business Forum

In a move set to enhance bilateral cooperation, the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Keve) has announced the hosting of a Business Forum coinciding with the official visit of the President of Estonia, Alar Karis. The forum, scheduled for March 27, is poised to be a cornerstone event for Cypriot and Estonian businesses, particularly those in the sectors of shipping, cybersecurity, and information technology.

Keve emphasized the significance of the event as a platform for companies from both nations to forge partnerships and tackle industry challenges. The forum is expected to play a pivotal role in bolstering trade and economic relations between Cyprus and Estonia.

The presence of President Karis is set to lend gravitas to the proceedings. Following his address, insights into developmental prospects within key sectors will be shared by Cyprus’s Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation, and Digital Policy, Nicodemos Damianou, and Deputy Minister of Shipping, Marina Hadjimanolis. These presentations will shed light on the future of shipping, cybersecurity, and information technology in Cyprus.

The event will be held at the Keve building in Nicosia, commencing with a networking opportunity from 13:30 to 14:30. This will be succeeded by an afternoon filled with presentations, discussions, and opportunities for private meetings. Due to strict security measures, attendees are advised to pre-register for the event and ensure they arrive at the venue by no later than 14:30.

For those interested in participating in this promising forum or seeking additional information, Keve can be reached at +357-22889749 or via email. The Cyprus-Estonia Business Forum represents a strategic opportunity for both countries to explore new avenues for collaboration and economic growth.

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