Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania hosted the presentation of the Forum Futurallia, an international event already become a recognized globally brand.

The event was opened by Deputy Secretary General of the CCIR, Mr. Vlad Dumitru who recalled in his speech the involvement of the Romanian Chamber System in organizing this international forum in Bucharest: “By engaging in this event, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania turns out to be a long-term partner of the business community, ready to provide much needed support to increase the visibility of Romanian business internationally. We hope this event to produce a change in vision of the foreign businessmen on Romania, its potential economic and investment, in brief, to contribute to the repositioning of our country on the map of global business and investment.”

“This forum represents one of the efforts that the Romanian Government makes, the idea of ​​helping the private sector, after all, our mission is to create a favorable environment for business, private initiative, entrepreneurship. We value the creation of start-ups and we support and increase the competitiveness of enterprises and their capacity to export, “said Laura Anca Ionescu, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy, SMEs and Business.

Futurallia International Forum takes place for the first time in Bucharest, at Romexpo Exhibition Centre. On this anniversary edition, the XXnd, are expected to attend representatives from over 700 companies, from 40 countries. Unique concept of this forum is the possibility to program up to 16 individual meetings B2B and in addition, to talk directly with experts in international trade, bankers, lawyers, tax consultants carriers.

Futurallia Forum will be held on June, 10th to 12th, at Romexpo exhibition center and is a project supported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Economy, Trade and Tourism. Romanian Government supports SMEs in Romania by a grant of 70% of the fee for the first 100 listed companies.

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