Kuwait Trade Mission

Kuwait Water Towers

Date: 25th - 28th November 2019
Location:
Kuwait City
Sector:
Multi-sector
Mission Sponsor:
Pathfinder Trade and Invest
Programme Arranger: Department of International Trade Kuwait

Following on from the success of our September 2017 Trade Mission to Kuwait (please click here to read a summary), Pathfinder Trade and Invest will be organising a trade mission to Kuwait. The trade mission programme will be arranged by the DIT in Kuwait who will ensure a high quality programme that is excellent value for money.

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About the Mission:

  • This mission will be led by Michael Thomas, Chairman of Pathfinder Trade and Invest who, having started his Middle East Career in the mid-70's, has excellent connections to assist you in-market.

Who is this Mission for?

  • This mission is multi-sector and open to all.
  • New and experienced exporters are encouraged to join.

Benefits of the Mission

  • The programme includes the following:
    • Political and Economic Briefing
    • Reception at the British Embassy
    • Meetings w/British Legal & Taxation Experts, KCCI and the KDIPA
    • Two pre-arranged 1-to-1 Meetings
    • Three 'Warmed-Up' Contacts
    • Opportunity to attend and display company brochures at the 'Britain in Kuwait' Exhibition 2019
  • We also as an additional benefit offer an optional travel package.

Key Dates:

  • The first 6 delegates to join the Mission will obtain a reduction on the delegate management fee.
  • Mission Application Deadline: Thursday, 3rd October 2019

Market Information

The government is strongly committed to Kuwait Vision 2035 which seeks to transform Kuwait into a financial, cultural and trade leader. To achieve its aim, the government plans to invest in infrastructure, housing, power and water, as well as the oil sector. The government plan to use PPP’s as a vehicle to drive this growth opening the door to foreign involvement.

Kuwait is also one of the Middle East's emerging healthcare markets, with the government having awarded US$11 billion in new healthcare infrastructure and healthcare projects. The demand for new hospitals, medical tourism and medical staff will grow as this sector develops.

As the fourth richest country in the world per capita, Kuwaiti’s enjoy a high quality of life and have a young and well-educated population who are keen to consume the latest foreign products and technology. The improvements in infrastructure and the absence of taxes gives Kuwait an appeal that is unique in the Middle East.

As uncertainty continues to grow in many countries and regions around the world, Kuwait has proved to be one of the very few bright spots in 2019 as shown here.