On the 28th
of February 2019 Cedar Rose will be debating the topic of "Fears Credit Managers may have about trading into the MENA region and whether those fears are well-founded"
. Cedar Rose will be in association with CCR Magazine for the debate that will be held at Eight Members Club, London. This informed deliberation will highlight and invite frequently asked questions and concerns for those who instigate business throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The Cedar Rose attendees will consist of CEO Antoun Massaad
, Head of Credit Reporting Cynthia Gebeily
and Data Strategist Angelique Assaf
. This expert team will conduct the upcoming professional debate and hope to inform others of their own experiences within MENA as well as learning more about the issues exporters and creditors face in their daily roles.
Knowledge is Power
This long-awaited debate may be a significant turning point for many investors, exporters and importers who have, or will, contemplate the instigation of business throughout the MENA region. The best in business is constantly looking for newer means to expand and grow their companies, looking for the emerging markets, the potential goldmines and the prospects that MENA may hold. However, the political landscape is ever-changing throughout MENA, with trade tariffs, wars and other socio-political issues. Therefore, it is pivotal to conduct business in MENA the correct way, the knowledgeable way.
Cedar Rose has over 20 years of experience and expertise in this region and we hope to impart knowledge over how it is possible to trade whilst mitigating risks in MENA. Debating over such a topic can allow us to bring forth our own understandings and practices from the last 20+ years, to help others see what we see and, in turn, utilise the knowledge we wish to convey. Through debating, we hope to come to a positive understanding for all those involved. We look forward to the deliberation, to share our insights on the region and to be working with CCR Magazine.
*** The sole purpose of the article above is to generate public discussion, it has no intention to constitute legal advice. ***