Business and policy makers engage in dialogue
September 1, 2018 6:20 am
More than two hundred people from business sector gathered at the Fiji Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Business 2025 forum to discuss ways to advance growth in the industry.
Chamber President, Dr Nur Bano Ali says with digitalisation being at the forefront of development, Fijian businesses needs to tap into this venture as well.
“Many businesses around the country are working towards becoming paper and cashless by 2025. This forum also provided an opportunity to exchange ideas between policy makers and businesses.”
Corporate bodies including Fiji Airways, Fiji Ports, Fiji Roads Authority, Reserve Bank, Fiji Revenue and Customs Service and Energy Fiji Limited were also part of the event which concluded this afternoon.
Meanwhile, in order to allow the younger entrepreneurs to be prepared for the future, fifty seats were allocated at the Forum to those below the age of twenty-five.