A delegation of Bavarian companies in the food industry will come to Bucharest

The Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AHK Romania) organizes on June 21 and 22, 2018, a delegation of Bavarian companies operating in the food industry in Bucharest. The delegation is part of the Bavarian export promotion project initiated and supported by alp-Bayern, the Agency for Food Products from Bavaria of the Ministry of the Land of Bavaria for Food, Agriculture and Forestry.

The delegation will consist of 7companies willing to initiate cooperation relationships with Romanian companies and know potential business partners. The companies are Bavarian food producers and are interested to meet mainly companies operating in the field of food and beverage product distribution.

To this end, a matchmaking/B2B individual talk session will take place on June 21, 2018, from 14.00 to 18.00, in Bucharest. The companies’ participation is free of charge, but they are required to previously register themselves.

The Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AHK Romania) is the official representative office of the German economy, and also the largest bilateral Chamber of Commerce in Romania. Along with the German Chambers of Commerce (IHK), AHK Romania belongs to the global network of the bilateral German Chambers of Commerce, joint under the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK). The Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, established in 2002, includes more than 600 member companies and provides the companies with an important networking platform, and exchange of information and experience. By the provided services and the organized events, AHK Romania is actively supporting German companies since they enter the Romanian market, also being a partner of the Romanian companies who are interested in the German market. In Romania, AHK is actively involved in the implementation of the dual educational system, according to the German model, and it established the GreenTech econet Romania platform and a Standing Court of Arbitration.

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