500 or more Tanzanian business people will communicate with American representatives.
Earlier this month, US delegates conducted a fact-finding expedition in Tanzania.
There will be 10 business delegates from the US.
500 business people are expected to communicate with American visitors who are in town as delegates.
This comes after the initial fact-checking mission that US delegates had planned a month earlier. Big firms in the US sent envoys to Tanzania to scout the business environment in order to look for economic potential there. The tale can be read here.
Actionable actions are being taken to materialize this economic relationship more than a month later. One of the various strategies employed by the lender to hasten the implementation of the Africa Recovery and Resilience Plan is the trade mission that was established by Equity Bank Tanzania between local business people and the US trade mission (ARRP).
In order to interact with the local Tanzanian business people, ten US business delegates will participate in organized panel discussions, one-on-one business networking sessions, and site visits to companies in Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar.
At the trade mission’s opening ceremony on Monday, Mr. Zachy Mbenna, the Director of Policy, Advocacy and Membership Management, Outreach, and Capacity Building for the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF), said:
Our interactions during this trade tour are essential because they will improve knowledge sharing and help us fulfill the demands of the local market and wider trends in consumer behavior.