Improving how business is done will be for yet another edition (the 5th) of the Foreign Investors Summit the direct aim of decision makers, major actors, local entrepreneurs and officials who will attend it.
From October 30 to November 1st, the Romanian capital will host a business forum that wishes to further boost its present good grades in business and make local business climate flourish even more.
“…after taking over the presidency of the Council of the European Union in the first semester of 2019, Romania will be in a position to make its mark on the global stage. The local economy has remained on the radar of foreign investors resulting in fresh inflows of around EUR 4.5 billion in 2017. This figure is set to remain rather constant this year, according to analysts. In the Ease of Doing Business report of the World Bank, Romania was ranked 45th out of 190 global economies surveyed, ahead of fellow EU member states such as Italy, Hungary and Bulgaria. Moreover, multinational companies have continued to create jobs and invest in local operations, while also supporting a burgeoning network of smaller firms as suppliers, which, in turn, created business opportunities for local entrepreneurs”, Business Review (BR) has reported about the Summit.
The speakers’ list is made of ministers, leading executives of multinational companies, government officials, experts, active and future investors and many more.
To name a few partners, NNDKP, Lufthansa, MedLife, Automobile Bavaria (BMW), CCI Romania, Hellenic-Romanian Bilateral Chamber of Commerce, Camera di Commercio Italiana per la Romania and news websites Ziare.com and SeeNews will be among those supporting the realisation of this edition…. / IBNA