French delegation of 11 companies to visit UAE and Qatar for business opportunities with the national companies
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, June 24 - 2012 at 16:46
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A delegation of 11 French companies is coming to the UAE (Dubai) then heading to Qatar (Doha) to seek new business opportunities and explore the two growing markets.
Fatma Yasar, head of the delegation from The Chamber of Commerce said: "The French infatuation with the Middle East is increasing. Therefore the CCI of Seine-et- Marne has defined this business trip as priority."
Isabelle Leroy, Director of the French Business Council, Dubai and the Northern Emirates said: "For each visiting company the FBC has leveraged their network of French and local businesses in Dubai to set up meetings and networking opportunities with a variety of key playerssuch as Du, Dnata, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Alcatel, Orange Business, Deloitte and more. We hope this visit will strengthen business collaboration between France and Dubai."
François Sporrer, Director of UBIFRANCE UAE-Qatar said: "An increasing number of French companies are returning to the UAE and Qatar since late 2011. What is new and very interesting is that now the French Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCI) themselves rank the UAE and Qatar among their top priorities. Other Chambers of Commerce and Industry have already planned other delegations by the end of the year."
With a turnover going from €259 to €10.5m, and a share of exports ranging from 0% to 100%, the variety of the French companies is wide. All eleven participating companies are specialized in different sectors and seek to expand their business and share their know-how, with the aim of developing partnerships with their counterparts in the UAE and Qatar.
A wide spectrum of products, including bioclimatic architectures, risk management and back-office software, the latest technology of LED lightning, luxury shoes for women, products for luxury cinema such as amplifiers, speakers, 3D sounds technologies and processors, deployment of mobile network base stations, radiation protection for medical uses, IT solutions for the rental and fleet management markets, will all be part of the delegation.
This gathering is done in order to show French companies wishing to gain a foothold in this market the great potential of Qatar and Dubai.
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