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WELCOMES YOU

ABUJA

NIGERIA SME CONNECT

Find joint venture partners, agents and distributors in Nigeria and grow your business

Become Bigger, partner with over 1450 screened SME business owners in Nigeria

AGRICULTURE

WELCOME TO NIGERIA

17 million housing deficits, find the right agents, distributors & increase sales.

BUILDING MATERIALS

WELCOME TO NIGERIA

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WITNESS
HUGE GROWTH

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EXCELLENT RESOURCES

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performance

many new
features

WHY INVEST IN NIGERIA SME?

Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa with impressive GDP growth rate. With a population that could become the third largest in the world by 2050, Nigeria presents a large market of consumers.

Many global firms serve the West Africa market (340 million people) from their head offices in Nigeria because of the abundance of natural resources, conducive market conditions, competitive incentives, and robust private sector.

EVENTS

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Agriculture attendees
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Housing Estate attendees

“Nigeria is the place to manufacture your products for sale to Africa and the world. We have abundant natural resources, dynamic and well-educated people, investor-friendly policies, and a government that has zero-tolerance for corruption. We are open for business.”

Mohammadu Buhari
President, Federal Republic of Nigeria

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Date

May 24th-26th,
2017

Venue

Yar’adua center
One Memorial Drive, Central Business District
FCT – Abuja, Nigeria

“We will do everything we can to attract and sustain domestic and foreign investment – with a special focus on the non-oil economy – and to remove the barriers to doing business in and with Nigeria.”

Dr Okechukwu Enelamah
Honourable Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment

WHY NIGERIA

Economy

Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa with an impressive GDP growth rate. With a population that is set to become the third largest in the world by 2050, Nigeria presents a large market of consumers

GDP

Nigeria became the biggest economy in Africa in 2014 with a GDP of US$508.5 billion and is also projected to become the first trillion dollar economy in Africa by 2030.

Resources

Many global firms serve the West African market (340 million people) from their head offices in Nigeria because of the abundance of natural resources, conducive market conditions, competitive incentives and robust private sector

Free market

Nigeria operates a free market economy which allows 100 percent ownership of investment in any sector of the economy irrespective of nationality. The government offers a comprehensive package of incentives to promote foreign direct investment (tax incentives, deferred royalty payments, etc)

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