The Indian High Commission in Namibia hosted an online business webinar on Thursday to promote business and investment opportunities in Namibia.
About 100 Indian companies during the virtual business interaction expressed interest in trade and trade ties with Namibia amid the difficult economic conditions prevailing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the top-ranking official said. Indian police station in Namibia.
India’s High Commissioner to Namibia, Prashant Agrawal, during the session provided a detailed briefing to all participants on the opportunities, as well as the challenges, for Indian businesses in the Namibian market.
Speaking during the webinar, Morne Nell of the Pupkewitz Namibia Group and Naomi Kefas, a young Namibian entrepreneur, shared with their Indian counterparts the opportunities available in Namibia including the Secretary General of the Indo-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry. industry, Sunanda Rajendran, listed the following: measures to formalize these opportunities.
Agrawal said the areas of interest discussed during the webinar included agriculture and irrigation, pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and health care, food grains and food processing, mining and minerals, solar and renewable energy, skills, ICT and distance learning, among others. .
Meanwhile, the Indian High Commission in Namibia will be hosting industry-specific online business interactions in the coming weeks, in which interested Namibian companies can participate.