Canada Arab Business Council Celebrates 40 Years of Trade, Development Partnerships

Great Opportunities To Connect with Industry Leaders, Government Officials


The Canada Arab Business Council (CABC) is celebrating its 40th anniversary promoting trade and development partnerships and opportunities between Canada and the MENA region. This is an exciting milestone for the organization, and they are planning a two-day event to celebrate the incredible partnerships that have been built over the past four decades.

The event will take place at the Delta Hotel, Downtown, Toronto, starting on Monday, May 29th, with CABC’s Annual Gala Dinner from 6:00 – 10:00 pm. The Business Forum will follow on May 30th, from 8:00 am – 3:30 pm. This event is the perfect opportunity for industry leaders, government officials, and entrepreneurs to connect and celebrate the strong business ties between Canada and the MENA region.

The Business Forum will focus on the next 40 years of trade and investment between Canada and the MENA region. The discussions will center around ways to promote sustainability and highlight the mega opportunities for Canadian companies in Saudi Arabia. Attendees will also have the unique opportunity to attend country breakout rooms with Arab Ambassadors to discuss areas of collaboration. This is a chance to network with industry leaders and gain valuable insights into the business landscape of the MENA region.

The CABC has been instrumental in building strong business ties between Canada and the MENA region, and this event marks a significant milestone in their efforts. The celebration of the past, present, and future of trade and development between Canada and the MENA region is a testament to the importance of the work that the CABC has been doing for the past 40 years.

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to connect with industry leaders and government officials and to shape the future of trade and investment between Canada and the MENA region.

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