The Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA), under the aegis of the Ministry of Economy and Planification, and in partnership with the European Union, are delighted to announce the 21st edition of the Tunisia Investment Forum (TIF), scheduled to take place on June 12th and 13th, 2024, at the Ramada Plaza Hotel in Gammarth, Tunis.

This year’s special edition, themed « EU-Tunisia Business Forum, » stands as a testament to the enduring partnership between Tunisia and the European Union. It represents a significant milestone in our shared commitment to fostering increased investment and collaboration between the two shores of the Mediterranean.

The TIF serves as a unique platform for forging new partnerships, attracting investment, and showcasing Tunisia’s vast potential for investments across various sectors.

Under the compelling theme « Tunisia: Where Sustainability Meets Opportunity, » the Forum will cast a spotlight on the Tunisian economy’s potential for innovation and sustainable investment. With a focus on four high-value sectors – automotive components, pharmaceuticals, renewable energies, startups and the diaspora – the forum seeks to position Tunisia as a fertile ground for investment and sustainable growth.


  • Highlight Tunisia’s economic development vision, business climate, and ongoing reforms, providing a comprehensive overview for potential investors.
  • Showcase success stories from EU investors operating in Tunisia, illustrating the country’s attractiveness as an investment destination.
  • Facilitate meaningful networking opportunities between Tunisian and international companies through targeted business-to-business (B2B) interactions.
  • Discuss sustainable investment initiatives and opportunities in key sectors such as automotive, pharmaceuticals, and renewable energy, aligning with global sustainability goals.
  • Spotlight Tunisia’s vibrant startup ecosystem, showcasing its potential for innovation and entrepreneurship.
  • Expand investment horizons for foreign businesses in Tunisia, particularly from the EU.
  • Present EU’s initiatives and instruments to support private and public investments in Tunisia.