INCONA organized a conference in Moscow on export to UAE


On the 17th of July the «Incona» company organized a conference «Practice of doing business and opportunities for export to UAE and the Gulf Countries» at the venue of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. Over 150 representatives of Russian business community took part in the event. The event was held with the assistance of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The keynote speeches were made by Vladimir Padalko, Vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, Yuriy Zolotarev, the Deputy Director of the Department of Asia, Africa and Latin America countries of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Anastasya Ivanova, Director for international cooperation of the Russian Export Center, Suren Vardanyan, Vice-President of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The governmental entities presented their readiness to support Russian companies in their export activities in UAE.

Alexey Busev, General Director of the INCONA company, made a presentation on the field-proven methods of entering the market of UAE. He noted that within the last year and a half the interest of Russian companies to the Middle East region prominently increased and the Russian business is consolidating its position in the UAE.

The conference welcomed a number of honored guests form UAE, who kindly answered the numerous questions of the participants about the benefits of working in free economic zones and practical issues of doing business in the Gulf Countries.

The conference was also attended by the representatives of Russian companies, who already have an experience of work in the UAE, they shared their knowledge with those, who are planning to expand their business to the Middle East.

The event showed the major interest of Russian companies to the opportunities for export and business networking with the partners in UAE. It gave highly valuable business insights to the young and experienced export-oriented enterprises.