OMAN - INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIESLogistics, Mining and Adventure Tourism 

One of the key pillars of Oman’s Vision 2040 strategy, is to increase the contribution of non-oil sectors of the economy to 90 per cent of GDP. Oman is encouraging Australian investment to support its economic reform agenda, aimed at diversification of the economy and the education of its citizens. Oman also has an interest in tapping into Australia's expertise across many fields. To that extent a number of Australian companies are already active in Oman across a range of sectors.
The upcoming webinar will provide insights into the following industry sectors:

  • Mining - many opportunities are open for Australian natural resources-related expertise to assist with exploration of the vast Omani reserves of copper, iron ore, marble, gypsum ore and other key minerals

  • Logistics - with extensive Indian Ocean coastline, Oman aims to become a gateway to international trade between Europe, the Gulf and South Asia as well as major logistics hub for the region, which opens a highly attractive opportunity for Australian based logistics companies looking to expand into growing markets

  • Adventure Tourism - with Oman’s unique and exotic landscape from deserts to beaches, mountains, caves and wadis, active and adventure tourism is dynamically developing and provides diverse opportunities for Australian companies’ management and safety expertise among others

The discussion will be led by Omani industry representatives for each sector, highlighting specific opportunities for Australian businesses and providing connections for follow up discussions.Date and Time:

Tuesday, 5 October 2021
4:30pm - 5:30pm AEDT
9:30am - 10:30am UAE




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