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Business 2025 Forum Launched By Fiji Chamber Of Commerce And Industry And ANZ

  More than 200 key industry stakehold­ers are expected to be part of the Busi­ness 2025 Forum on Saturday at Suva’s Grand Pacific Hotel. Fiji Chamber of Commerce and Industry
28 Aug 2018 10:00
Business 2025 Forum Launched By Fiji Chamber Of Commerce And Industry And ANZ
From left: ANZ Fiji Country Head, Saud Minam and Fiji Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Nur Bano Ali at the launch of the Business 2025 Forum on August 27, 2018. Photo: Simione Haranavanua

 

More than 200 key industry stakehold­ers are expected to be part of the Busi­ness 2025 Forum on Saturday at Suva’s Grand Pacific Hotel.

Fiji Chamber of Commerce and Industry and ANZ yesterday launched the Business 2025 forum, where Government and key industry stakeholders will share their vision for the Attorney-General and Minister for Econ­omy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

The Attorney-General and Minister for Econ­omy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum will be the chief guest at the forum.

ANZ Fiji Country Head Saud Minam said: “As the largest commercial bank in Fiji, we have an important role to play in promoting a positive environment for business.

“We do this by helping local businesses aim for export-oriented growth and also embrace technology that makes doing business easier.

“As we said in our recent Fiji economic out­look report, after nearly a decade of solid eco­nomic performance, there is still an opportu­nity for Fiji to unlock its full potential, create more job opportunities and make Fiji an even better place to live and work.”

Fiji Chamber of Commerce and Industry, pres­ident Nur Bano Ali said: “FCCI is constantly working to better the regulatory framework for commerce and works proactively with govern­ment to provide input for better alignment to ease business processes.

“At the Business 2025 Forum we will hear from key stakeholders on their plans for the next five to seven years and this will enable business to prepare for and position itself for growth op­portunities for Fiji.

“The Business 2025 forum is an opportunity to hear from government and key stakeholders on their vision for the Fijian business community by 2025.”

Ms Ali also thanked ANZ for always coming on board with them with the forum.

Registrations are open and can be made at http://www.fijichamber.com/events.

Feedback: maraia.vula@fijisun.com.fj

 

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