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The European Business Forum in Ethiopia

The EUBFE was set-up in response to the need for both a platform for networking and information exchange between EU businesses and a systematic dialogue with the Ethiopian authorities. The EUBFE operated under the umbrella of the EU Delegation to Ethiopia. It is managed by a Steering Committee of 14 members representing the EU business community in Ethiopia and is headed by a Bureau made of a Chairman, a Treasurer and a Secretary.

"Ethiopia's plan for development between 2015-2020, the Growth and Transformation Plan II, has aggressive economic and social development targets. The EUBFE wishes to assist this growth through the active investments of member state companies and individuals."

Our Aim

The EU Business Forum in Ethiopia aims to make it easier for existing EU companies to do business in Ethiopia, through:

  • Improving exchange of information on Ethiopia's business and regulatory environment;
  • Developing a platform for networking and business linkages between EU companies; and
  • Allowing for a systematic dialogue with Ethiopian authorities.

Benefits of Membership

Making it easier for you to do business in Ethiopia through:
  • Structured dialogue with Governmental Agencies such as ERCA (tax and customs), EIC or Ministry of Trade;
  • Information and experience sharing among EU companies and investors;
  • Reports/guides on investment and commercial topics;
  • Assistance/Support of EU Embassies on commercial matters;
  • Information and comments on forthcoming Ethiopian regulations;
  • Information source for incoming investors from EU;
  • Provides networking and business linkage opportunities;
  • Contact point for new and current investors; and
  • Information of key events via a quarterly newsletter.

Register now by filing up this Membership Application Form (membership fee of ETB 3,000).

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