The preliminary deal on Iran’s nuclear programme fired the starting pistol on a stampede of international business interests into a potentially vast untapped market. The expectation of an eventual lifting of sanctions is bringing an ever-increasing influx of the world’s corporations to Tehran to make contacts and voice their interest. Energy, construction and transport groups are among those lining up to take advantage of change to trading relations.
A GUARANTEED CHANCE TO GAIN A HEAD START AMONG YOUR COMPETITORS
IFP Group, with its leading expertise in organizing the Middle East region’s most prominent construction trade fairs since 1988, is proud to be managing the international marketing and sales of PROJECT IRAN 2015, which will be held at the Tehran Permanent Fairground from 8-11 June 2015.
The event will offer a dedicated business platform for leading manufacturers and exporters from all over the world and thousands of importers and industry professionals from across Iran; facilitating them to leverage the numerous opportunities in Iran’s construction market.
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frontier market” The Telegraph
“End of Iran sanctions will open gates to companies keen to enlarge markets”
THE WINNING BET
Companies that took a strategic choice to venture into the opening Iranian market have made a winning bet. Companies from China, India, Turkey, Russia and UAE are already early winners. The good news is: currently no other market in the world is as large or as untapped.
India’s cabinet committee on economic affairs (CCEA) decided to wind up Irano Hind Shipping Co. P.J.S, a joint venture between Shipping Corp. of India Ltd (SCI) and Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL)
Charlemagne Capital, a London based firm specializing in emerging markets, and one of Iran's largest investment firms, Turquoise Partners, announced a partnership to invest in the Islamic Republic