Rwanda will, next week, host the Commonwealth investment conference, ahead of the 7th Edition of the Pan African Dance Festival (FESPAD 2010) that will be staged in July.
Both forums present an opportunity to showcase Rwanda as an attractive investment destination.
These events will enhance business openings for Rwandans since they facilitate gainful partnerships and breaking into new markets.
The Rwandan business community will be accorded opportunity to forge new partnerships with business leaders from around the world.
At least 31 African countries are expected to attend, as well as China, Japan, Vietnam, France and Spain.
By promoting the rich Rwandan cultural heritage, the country shall attract both investors and tourists. The traditional dances and dress are world class, and our museums have a powerful story to tell.
There is no doubt that Rwanda’s tourism sector has been very successful, but there are areas that have not been exhaustively exploited.
The country can cut itself a niche in the region by aggressively promoting its arts and culture.