Four Portuguese companies may start investing in October in the Mozambican industrial and energy efficiency parks inspired by a European project, said a project official.
The chief executive of Business Talent Enterprise Network (BTEN), Sérgio Lorga, told Portuguese news agency Lusa that the project, which is focused on business innovation, wants to “look at the business infrastructure market, alongside environmental skills and economic competitiveness.”
The first activity of the four companies that make up BTEN – GET2C, Fabriwatt, Lena group and Ecochoice – will be to organise a seminar in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, to discuss the market’s outlook and trends with Mozambican specialists.
“The idea is for these four companies to start looking at the Mozambican market in a consistent and permanent way, by also listening to Mozambican entities about development challenges over the next few years,” said Lorca. (macauhub)