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‘Doing business in North Africa’: Joint seminar with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania – Bucharest

The Africa IP SME Helpdesk and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania are organising a seminar on market access to African countries. It will take place on 30 March at the CCIR Business Center in Bucharest, Romania.

Through this seminar, the participants will be provided with relevant information on export particularities and ways to access the North African markets, as well as potential challenges that they may face, such as customs regulations or infringement of intellectual property rights.

The seminar will also cover ways to protect intellectual property rights, which can be financial and management assets for businesses, as they provide a competitive advantage over competitors and protect a company’s innovations. A well-designed strategy for protecting intellectual property is crucial for a business that intends to go international.

The seminar is intended for both entrepreneurs who want to extend their business in African markets, and to those who are already present in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco or Tunisia. At the event, they will get the chance to have a free private consultation with Africa IP SME Helpdesk experts.

Click here to register for the event.

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