Leading Experts to discuss Business Opportunities in Post-Sanctions Iran
Following Implementation Day – January 16th 2016, many of the economic sanctions have been removed, paving the way for international companies to work in Iran without punitive action from the EU and US. Despite being the second biggest economy in the Middle East, Iran has a huge need for development and since the lifting of sanctions we have seen a raft of announcements regarding historic deals.
Iran holds a promise of being a huge business opportunity in relation to infrastructure development, petrochemicals, transportation, automotive and financial services. Challenges remain however, in terms of how to practically move into Iran.
Foremost authorities will gather at the inaugural Iran Club meeting to discuss the opportunities presented by the recent lifting of sanctions in Iran. Organised by the Future Energy Forum (FEF), the meeting will provide a platform for informed debate and discussion on the practicalities of accessing opportunities in Iran.
Speaking ahead of the meeting, William Wakeham, Founder and Chairman of FEF said, “Ever since the landmark nuclear deal was signed last July, the business community has been gearing up to enter the Iranian market.”
“The Iran Club meeting will really provide a space to discuss some of the critical challenges we all face, gain practical knowledge, make connections and walk away with an understanding of how to successfully do business there”, Wakeham added.
To facilitate the conversation, the Iran Club meeting (on Wednesday 11th May in Dubai) will host expert speakers from T&S ASSOCIATES, Ludwar International Consulting and Taylor Wessing.
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