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Tunisia | Tunisia Investment Forum

20 Jun - 21 Jun 2019

Tunisia is already an investment opportunity and what needs to be done to meet our challenges, and how we as a country can continue to attract foreign investors. Join us at the 2019 Tunisia Investment Forum on 20 - 21 June 2019 in Tunis to celebrate recent successes, explore current opportunities and help us embrace the challenges ahead.

Naval Defense Philippines 2019 is the only specialized naval defense and coastal security event in the Philippines that brings together an international congregation of naval defense technology, weaponry, equipment, and its supporting industries gathered in the capital of Manila, to showcase the latest developments in the naval defense and coastal security industry.

Mexico | GRI Mexico 2019

18 Jun - 19 Jun 2019

The meeting will bring together around 200 of the leading real estate executives from the country. Among them, there will be presidents and senior directors from investment companies, developers and banks, where they will discuss the future of the market, its tendencies and key themes, like the USMCA/T-MEC and 2019’s perspectives.

Nigeria | IFN Forum Nigeria 2019

18 Jun - 18 Jun 2019

Join IFN as it convenes industry experts and decision-makers at its inaugural IFN Nigeria Forum to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the Nigerian Islamic finance market.

Philippines | Philmarine 2019

18 Jun - 20 Jun 2019

The 6th edition of PHILIPPINES MARINE 2019 co-located with SHIPBUILD PHILIPPINES 2019 and OFFSHORE PHILIPPINES 2019 is the only specialized shipbuilding and maritime event in the Philippines.

Egypt | IDC Egypt CIO Summit 2019

18 Jun - 18 Jun 2019

Against this backdrop, CIOs and other CxOs will need to constantly calibrate and chart their own course of digital innovation, breaking the digital deadlock by developing new digital capabilities, performance metrics, and organization structures.