Vancouver, Canada to Host the 2020 World Forum for Foreign Direct Investment

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The 17th Annual World Forum for FDI Conference, organized by Conway, Inc. attracts 500 decision-makers, investors, and government officials.

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The forum will bring together up to 500 top corporate executives, multinationals and corporate Investors, ministries of Trade and Investment, economic development agencies, realtors and and site selection advisories, from across the globe to network and forge lifelong relationships.

Conway, Inc. announced that it has awarded the 17th annual World Forum for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Vancouver, Canada. The Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology, Vancouver, British Columbia , will host this historic event, which is held in a different country each year and highlights the host region as a premier destination for FDI and business expansion.

The Forum will be held May 18-20, 2020 and bring together up to 500 top corporate executives, multinationals and corporate Investors, ministries of Trade and Investment, economic development agencies, realtors and site selection advisories, and FDI consultancies from across the globe to network and forge lifelong relationships.

“If there’s a greater hotbed of Asian/North American FDI then Vancouver, I’ve never seen it. We’re thrilled to announce that the World Forum for FDI is going to Vancouver, Canada, in 2020!” said Adam Jones-Kelly, President, Conway, Inc. “A stunningly beautiful city, a booming economy, and a world-class investment destination – all the ingredients for a spectacular event!”

The World Forum for FDI provides a platform for dialogue around the most critical issues facing the global economy. During the three-day forum, business leaders, chief executives and decision-makers from internationally expanding companies come to discuss the latest news and trends on corporate investment strategy and expansion opportunities, including workforce development issues and incentives, emerging markets & sustainable development, and challenges companies face when establishing a presence in new countries, cities, and zones.

The Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology of Vancouver, British Columbia, will serve as the official host organization and arrange exclusive hospitality receptions throughout Vancouver. Delegates of the Forum will participate in world-class seminars and networking events where they will have the opportunity to speak with experts who will share their knowledge, experience, and tips. Additionally, Conway will conduct a one-day FDI Training Seminar before to the World Forum. The seminar will detail global best practices, new ideas on marketing, and the latest strategies for attracting and increasing foreign direct investment.

For more information on the World Forum for FDI, visit http://www.worldforumforfdi.com.

About Conway, Inc.
Since 1954, Conway has provided the world’s most comprehensive offering of services related to domestic and cross-border corporate investment. Our integrated services help government agencies attract investment, and companies planning international expansion. Conway’s network of corporate decision-makers invests more than $400 billion each year in new facilities, offices and sites, assisting in the creation of hundreds of thousands of jobs.

Conway has divisions which specialize in publishing, consulting, public relations, event development, marketing, advisory services, lead generation, site consulting, training and association management. Conway is the publisher of Site Selection Magazine and management firm for the Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC).

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Conway has offices and representation in 29 cities around the world.

For more information, please visit http://www.conway.com

About the B.C. Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology

The Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology manages government services that help support and maintain the strong and diverse economy that British Columbians need for long-term prosperity. It’s the ministry’s mandate to grow B.C.’s technology sector, champion innovation, nurture small businesses, support economic development throughout the province, and promote B.C. internationally as a preferred place to invest and do business.

For more information, please visit https://www2.gov.bc.ca

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