Haitian trade mission to visit Aruba
ORANJESTAD - From Tuesday, 15 to Friday, November 18, 2016, a trade delegation, consisting of representatives of 13 Haitian companies, two representatives of the ministry of trade and industry and several representatives of the Caribbean Export agency, led by Sergio Valkenburg, founder and president of the Haiti-Benelux Chamber of Commerce, will be on an exploratory mission to Aruba.
This mission of Haitian companies, organized by the Haiti-Bénélux Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in collaboration with the Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Chamber of Commerce of Aruba and Caribbean Export, aims to enable Haitian exporters to expand their activities and seize opportunities by meeting with Caribbean companies including potential buyers, economic players and leaders in the private and public sectors.
The mission will also focus on strengthening cooperation in tourism, innovation and environmental protection, HaitiLibre reported.
On the agenda of the Haitian delegation, among others: a cocktail with representatives of the government of Aruba, a full day of B2B meetings (business-to-business) and several visits: free zone, ports and various offices of private sector import organizations as well as participation in several events.