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The Pacific Partnerships for Prosperity Pavilion is set to go ahead next month at the 52nd Pacific Islands Leaders Forum in the Cook Islands.
As the Cook Islands get set to host the 52nd Pacific Islands Leaders Forum next month, it will also be a chance to promote the PPfP (Pacific Partnerships for Prosperity Pavillion) which will run from 7-9 November at the Punanga Nui Market in Rarotonga.
The Pavillion will be a chance to showcase local vendors and agencies alongside international trade and investment partners.
The main focus of the pavilion will be the promotion of key Pacific initiatives alongside the forming of bonds to enhance and enable a prosperous future for pacific businesses and communities.
The theme for this year’s forum is “Our Voices, Our Choices, Our Pacific Way: Promote, Partner, Prosper”.
It’s a theme that the pavilion hopes will provide a platform for the very best of Pacific ingenuity and creativity. It will be coordinated by the Cook Islands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration (MFAI) in partnership with the Business Trade and Investment Board (BTIB)
More info and details on the program and scheduling of the pavilion can be found here