Event sponsored by the Dominican Popular Bank and with the endorsements of the Export and Investment Center of the Dominican Republic (CEIRD) and the National Council of Export Free Zones (CNZFE).
Santo Domingo.– Local and international investors, together with developers of new projects as well as the financial, health, tourism, exporter and government sectors will meet at the Private Investment Lunch that will take place on September 7, 2018, within the framework of the 4th International Health and Wellness Tourism Congress.
The lunch that will be sponsored by the Banco Popular Dominicano and it’s endorsed by the Center for Export and Investment of the Dominican Republic (CEIRD) and the National Council of Free Export Zones (CNZFE), aims to boost innovation , public-private alliances and propitiate investment opportunities in new health and wellness tourism projects, retirement tourism and medical device-free zones.
The presidents of the Dominican Association of Health Tourism (ADTS) and the communication and Public Relations firm, AF Strategic Communication, Dr. Alejandro Cambiaso and Amelia Reyes Mora, indicated that this meeting that will be by invitation would be held in the Sol de Oro Room of the Renaissance Jaragua Hotel in Santo Domingo.
During lunch, the Executive Director of CEI-RD, Marius De León, will announce the facilities for local and international investment.
While, on the part of the financial sector, Juan Manuel Martín de Oliva García, vice president of the Tourism Business Area of the Dominican Popular Bank (BPD), will present about Financial Products and Investor Support.
With regard to the fact that President Danilo Medina declared 2018 as the Year for Export Promotion, a panel on Free Zones will be developed as a platform for investment and development of medical device companies, which will be moderated by Luisa Fernández Durán, executive director of the National Council of Export Free Zones (CNZFE) and will be attended by José Manuel Torres, executive vice president of the Dominican Association of Free Zones (ADOZONA); Gerardo Coto, general manager of Baxter, and Rafael Piantini, Human Resources manager Parque Industrial de Itabo, S.A. (PIISA).
After the panels, and with the aim of strengthening the investment climate, space will be enabled for the presentation of new projects that encourage commercial relations between attendees and that at the same time promote productive chains, job creation and competitiveness of the sector.