Launched by the Eurasian Economic Commission—the executive body of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) which comprises Armenia, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan—with the support of the Armenian Ministry of Economic Development and Investments as well as Business Armenia, the Eurasian Week international exhibition forum is to be held in Armenia, from October 22 to 24. Eurasian Week is the largest annual business event in the EAEU region. It is focused on the development of effective ties between EAEU businessmen, and the promotion of trade relations with third countries.
This year around 2,500 companies from the EAEU region and about 250—from non-EAEU countries will participate in the business forum. The Eurasian Week will include an expo, and companies from Armenia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, and Kyrgyzstan will offer their products and services. Thirty companies from each country will participate in the international expo representing industries such as food, pharmaceutical, light, construction materials, IT and concrete engineering as well as jewelry.
“The Eurasian Week is a great opportunity for the economists of EAEU member states to establish new business contacts, sign new export and investment deals,” Business Support Team leader Hayk Mirzoyan stated.
“There will be B2B meetings too,” said the Exporters Support Manager at Business Armenia, Anahit Mkrtchyan. “Interested parties need to register on the official website, choose companies, and set meetings.”
The deadline for submission of applications is Thursday. The collection of applications of Armenian companies is conducted by Business Armenia, and the organizing committee of the EAEU confirms the participation.