UZBEKISTAN: ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST PROMISING FRONTIER MARKETS
Digital Export Delegation with Briefing and One-To-One Meetings Focused on Water Management and Related Sectors
This digital export delegation is by organized by the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) in cooperation with Nordstrom International with financial support from the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs – The Trade Council and with support from Danish EKF and DNA Uzbekistan.
Opportunities in Water Management and Related Sectors
This digital export delegation will have a particular focus on opportunities in water and related industries in Uzbekistan. The 142 million EUR contract recently awarded to SUEZ to upgrade the water management system in Tashkent, Uzbekistan's capital, will serve as a case study for Danish companies to explore subcontracting as well as the wider opportunities in the country and represents a significant opportunity for Danish companies to provide world-class technologies.
Uzbekistan is one of the world's most promising economies. For the last four years, the Uzbek Government has embarked on an ambitious reform effort, which has included currency liberalization, financial sector reforms, and improvements in the ease of doing business. These steps have led to growth in both trade and foreign direct investment as multinational companies re-enter a market that had been effectively closed for a decade.
Uzbekistan occupies a strategic location at the heart of Central Asia and with a population of 30 million is the most populous country in a wider region that is home to over 70 million. Despite the COVID-19 downturn, the International Monetary Fund predicts that the Uzbek economy will continue to expand this year—at 1.8 % —before rebounding to 7 % growth in 2021. Uzbekistan was lauded as one the world's top twenty most improved economies for ease of doing business, according to the World Bank's Doing Business 2020 report. It was also named "country of the year” in 2019 by The Economist.
Uzbekistan has a diverse economy with a large agricultural and industrial sector. The country's key sectors have traditionally been state-owned enterprises. Enabled by financing from the country's large banking sector as well as international lenders such as the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Uzbek companies are seeking to modernize their operations in order to improve competitiveness of exports in the global market. This modernization drive represents a significant opportunity for Danish companies to provide world-class technologies.
One-to-One Company Meetings
Following the online briefing, virtual one-to-one company meetings will be coordinated by the organizers to be held in the following days. The delegation organizers will help each Danish company identify Uzbek enterprises or government agencies of interest and arrange meetings to allow further discussions about the market opportunity.
Participation in this digital export delegation will enable Danish enterprises the timely opportunity to examine the opportunities in Uzbekistan indirect dialogue with key government official decision-makers, market experts, and senior executives at leading Uzbek companies.
Danish companies will leave the digital export delegation with clear ideas on market strategy and the right relationships in order to take the next steps to establish their business in Uzbekistan
Benefits of Joining
- Take part in an exclusive webinar organized in support of Danish companies looking to enter and leverage emerging opportunities in the Uzbek market
- Gain a better understanding of this promising new market and key sector opportunities for Danish companies
- Benefit from pre-arranged virtual one-to-one meetings with key decision-making authorities and business executives in the Uzbek market
- Learn about the market opportunities in water and related sectors in support of the country's privatization efforts of the agri-business, infrastructure and industrial sectors
- Benefit from shared market insights and learnings by European case Study (SUEZ)
Secure your spot by signing up here.
Contact the organizers
Confederation of Danish Industry
Global Market Advisor
Nicolai Frank Reinholdt
+45 3377 4936
The Fine Print
The price is calculated on a fixed number of companies and a 75 per cent subsidy from the Danish Trade Council. Should this result in a higher price than the one quoted you have the right to cancel your participation. Registration is in accordance with the General Terms and Conditions for participation in Export Promotion Events of the Confederation of Danish Industry. Read more.