The European Union Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Southern Africa is a member-driven, non-profit, fee-based organisation representing European business in Southern Africa. The EU has historically been South Africa's main trading partner and the biggest source of foreign direct investment (FDI). Firms from EU Member States represent over 40% of SA's total FDI stocks of R800bn (post-Brexit). The EU Chamber is the voice of European investors in Southern Africa, that is, over 2,000 generic enterprises with over 350,000 employees.
The BITC RSA office after consultative engagements with the EU Chamber of Commerce has both consensually agreed to collaborate and organize a Webinar on Doing Business with Botswana which will be held on the 3rd March 2021 targeting EU companies in RSA drawn from the following sectors: Agriculture, ICT, Mining, Health, Manufacturing (Including Automotive component manufacturing), and Financial Services.
The objective of the Webinar will be to:
Botswana as an investment location offers the following investment climate which is not limited to the following:
Head of the Trade and Economic Section. at EU delegation to South Africa
Chairman at EU CHAMBER
COO at BOTSWANA INVESTMENT & TRADE CENTRE
Permanent Secretary at Ministry of Mineral Resources , Green Technology and And Energy Security
High Commisioner at Botswana to the Republic of Namibia
Chief Executive Officer at Business Botswana