4TH ANNUAL SUDAN INTERNATIONAL MINING BUSINESS FORUM & EXHIBITION | FRIENDSHIP HALL
18 - 20 FEBRUARY, 2019
ABOUT SIMFE 2019
Following on from the tremendous success of SIMFE 2016, 2017 & 2018 we invite you all to join us in 2019 at Khartoum, Sudan for the 4th Annual "Sudan International Mining Business Forum & Exhibition" (SIMFE 2019).
Under the Patronage of His Excellency Gen. Mohamed Ahmed Ali, The Minister of Petroleum, Gas and Minerals, SIMFE 2019 is the continuation of the global initiative which will once again provide an excellent networking platform for Global Mining Companies, Service Providers, Equipment Companies and Investors through which interested parties will be informed about opportunities and developments in the mining sector.
SIMFE is an important initiative to promote Sudan's Rich Mining Sector and present the investors and international companies a great way to explore the huge untapped potential of this historic country. The event will continue to set up a dynamic relationship between the Ministry of Petroleum, Gas and Minerals & the Private sector with full Co-Operation from other Government Departments working to make Sudan a favorable & Pro Business Destination and a Mining Hub in Africa.SIMFE is the largest and only international Mining Event by Ministry of Petroleum, Gas and Minerals, Sudan which each year brings together Sudan and global mining professionals to explore the market, introduce your brand, make new connections, create new partnerships and win projects.
Previous SIMFE events have been amazing with thousands of visitors, 150+ exhibitors and hundreds of foreign dignitaries attending from 15+ countries. With US sanctions uplifted, SIMFE 2019 is going to be the biggest of them all.
POST SANCTIONS ERA - SUDAN PRESENTS AN OCEAN OF OPPORTUNITIES
Post lifting of US Trade sanctions, Sudan is pursuing a strategy of establishing itself as a hub for Arab-African trade. The decision is set to drastically improve the business environment and drive the growth of Sudan's economy. In particular, the ability to transfer funds in and out of the country, previously restricted for both US and non-US companies, is set to give a major thrust to the business as more and more banks recommence processing Sudan-linked payments.