NAFTC-Africa meets Mauritius
11 April 2019 - NAFCT-Africa was pleased to have welcomed engagement with the Economic Development Board of Mauritius (EDBM) during exclusive meetings, well organized by SANEC, focussing on market access, business opportunities and partnerships in Agro-Food and Agro Processing in Mauritius by engaging private and public sector parties.
Mr Jan Hak, Founder & President NAFTC-Africa, Mrs Pooja Lobind Manager Strategic Business Unit Economic Development Mauritius, Mr Heerun Ghurburrun, Head Bureau Economic Development Board Mauritius, Mr Mark Agterdenbosch, Board Member Southern Africa NAFTC-Africa
Mauritius is a well-established business destination for investors seeking a secure investment climate, a conducive business environment, political stability, transparent regulations, and an efficient financial ecosystem offering a plethora of services.
Over the years, Mauritius has crafted a strong growth-oriented developmental path which has enabled the country to achieve one of the highest per capita incomes in Africa. Leveraging on its geographic strategic location and impressive economic trajectory, Mauritius has successfully positioned itself as a regional hub between Africa and South East Asia. The President of NAFCT- Africa, Mr Jan Hak, met with the delegation from the EDBM, and is excited to have explored possible avenues of collaboration that invites building bridges and economic opportunity between The Netherlands and Mauritius. One of the outcomes of the meeting involved exploring an innovative Agro-Food and Processing workshop on implementing Dutch Innovations in Mauritius for private sector companies and land-owners.