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4 Business Communications Hubs established across Afghanistan

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4 Business Communications Hubs established across Afghanistan

openingThe Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) have established four Business Communications Hubs across the country with financial collaboration from the US Department of Commerce (US-DOC).

The objective of the Hubs is to increase the availability of real time information on the local Afghan business environment, provide opportunities for increased US-Afghan business communications and showcase success stories in the Afghan business context.

The hub is equipped with advance technology and will be used for below purposes.

  1. Conducting training programs and workshops
  2. Holding meetings and gatherings
  3. Online B2B Matchmaking conferences
  4. Holding online meetings with local and international business partners

US-DOC provided funds to the Afghanistan Holding Group for the Hubs establishment under the Afghanistan Building Business Network Program (ABBNP). This project is designed for one year that will bring the opportunities to widen the Afghan business networks inside Afghanistan and in the region; particularly Pakistan, India, Kazakistan, UAE and Turkey. The project will also help develop the capacity of local businesses in project management, financial accounting, sales and marketing, entrepreneurship and business journalism.

The Hubs are established in Herat, Kabul, Balkh and Kandahar provinces.



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