National Private Public Dialogue on Agribusiness, Tourism, and E-commerce to be held in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, July 24 to 25 2023. The Ministry of Trade and Regional Integration (MOTRI) and the Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Association (ECCSA) are pleased to announce the resumption of the National Private Public Dialogue (PPD) after a seven-year interruption. This significant event, scheduled to take place on July 25 to 25, will bring together key stakeholders from various sectors to discuss and advance the opportunities and challenges in agribusiness, tourism, and e-commerce.
The National PPD has long been recognized as a vital platform for fostering dialogue, collaboration, and strategic partnerships between the public and private sectors. It provides an opportunity for businesses, policymakers, and other relevant stakeholders to exchange ideas, address regulatory issues, and explore innovative solutions to promote economic growth and development.
Under the leadership of the MOTRI and the ECCSA, this forthcoming PPD aims to revitalize and strengthen the sectors of agribusiness, tourism, and e-commerce in Ethiopia. These sectors play a crucial role in the country’s economic diversification and job creation efforts. By engaging in constructive conversations, participants will work towards identifying practical strategies and policies that will unlock the full potential of these industries.
We are honored to announce that previous PPDs have been graced by the presence of Ethiopia’s esteemed Prime Ministers. Their attendance underscores the significance of this dialogue in shaping the nation’s economic agenda and fostering a favorable business environment.
The National PPD is organized by the ECCSA and the MOTRI, with technical support from the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI) and financial support from Sweden. This collaboration reflects the commitment of both local and international partners to support Ethiopia’s economic growth and create an enabling environment for businesses.
The event will be open to businesses engaged in agribusiness, tourism, and e-commerce, and they are encouraged to participate actively. To ensure smooth logistics and access to the venue, all interested participants must register with the ECCSA by July 24. Detailed instructions regarding the registration process will be available on the ECCSA website www.ethiopianchamber.com
The National Private-Public Dialogue presents a unique opportunity for stakeholders to collectively shape the future of agribusiness, tourism, and e-commerce in Ethiopia. Through open discussions, mutual understanding, and collaborative actions, we believe this PPD will contribute to the growth and prosperity of these sectors, ultimately driving the country’s economic development.
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