Sri Lankan Delegation Visiting AquaNor 201306 August 2013
NORWAY - The Sri Lanka-Norway Industrial Cooperation Program funded by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD), also known as the Business Match-Making Program (BMMP) has been active for almost 20 years. It is regarded as one of the most successful business related programmes that NORAD has introduced to the private sector.
The overall objectives of the BMMP, is to contribute to increased business activity and sustainable growth and employment in developing countries by utilizing Norwegian technology and know-how to develop new partnerships and profitable ventures.
Several Norwegian companies within the aquaculture sector have participated in the program over the years, and valuable experiences are available. The program is currently interested in establishing contact with more Norwegian companies in order to cover the entire value chain to develop the aquaculture industry in Sri Lanka.
As part of the BMMP initiative on aquaculture, a delegation from Sri Lanka will attend the AquaNor exhibition in 2013. On August 15 a seminar will be held with the purpose of establishing business cooperation between companies form Sri Lanka and Norway.
Venue: Exhibition area, meeting room M1bc between 09:00 – 11:00 hours.
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