The AIM Country Presentations will introduce case studies from private sectors executives and government delegates covering developmental initiatives, real-time investment opportunities, foreign trade policies, financing options and FDI statistics of their respective countries.
The AIM One to One Meeting will create a secure platform for businesses seeking expansions prospects locally or regionally and network (via B2B, B2G and G2G private meetings) with potential investors and financiers.
The AIM Ministerial Networking Roundtables are by-invitation only sessions for ministers, city mayors and investment agencies directors, created to generate a greater dialogue on an institutional, diplomatic and governmental level and revisit current approaches to international trade cooperation.
AIM Networking Functions will enable participants to socialize, discuss business and build long-term relationship. AIM 2012 offer a multiplicity of networking options including the Opening Ceremony, Gala Dinner, AIM Country-Focused Networking Functions and AIM Investors & IPA Power Lunch.
The AIM Workshops is a step-by-step guide that will help scanning opportunities in host economies, pre-qualify for PPP in emerging countries, assess ROI and explore forward-looking ideas and innovative methodologies on how to brand a country.
The AIM Investors Site Visits. The participants will be given a real-time assessment of investment opportunities and returns in key projects in UAE. The Pre-Event Investors Site Visits will be held on April 30th 2012. Booking will open from December 2011.
The list of participants comprises of heads of states, ministers, government officials, mayors, C- level executives and high net worth individuals from 76 contributing countries from across the globe.
Attendees at the AIM 2012 are institutional, private & corporate investors seeking realistic & reliable investment opportunities in emerging markets and planning to interact directly with key decision makers, government officials and successful foreign investors from represented countries.
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