3rd NACC African Food & Product Exhibition: Why Attend
The Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) will hold its 3rd African Food and Products Conference and Exhibition (AFPE). The Event which had over 1500 attendees and about 90 Exhibitors from within Nigeria and the United States in 2018, will play host to over 2500 participants from both countries and from the African continent.
The upcoming third edition, which is tagged ‘Sustainability and Innovation; Pathway to Business Success for SMEs’ will hold this weekend on May 24 and 25 at the Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. Here are the details about the event:
The exhibition will feature a conference session with seasoned industry experts and leaders sharing their knowledge and experience on scaling up productivity, driving profitability and positioning SMEs for sustainability and global competitiveness.
Who the Exhibition is for?
The event will attract SMEs, Start-up business owners, International & local manufacturers, suppliers & distributors of food, beverage, agro commodities, apparel and fashion products, chain stores, independent sellers, business service providers, key decision and policy makers from leading Nigerian, African and American companies showcasing their products/service offerings to visitors, with a view to further promote their products and services to visitors and buyers and increase export sales by maximizing the benefits of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA).
Amongst these are over 2,500 attendees from companies in Nigeria, the whole of Africa and the United States including the United States’ Consul General, chief executive officers (CEOs) of multinational firms and government agencies.
Attendance is free and open to all.
Why Attend the Exhibition?
The conference will offer viable opportunities for participants to boost their sales, attract business deals, provide avenues for business its connections for international trade and viable financial ties among businesses organisations in Nigeria and the USA.
Attendees and stakeholders will discuss strategies for scaling up productivity, profitability and competitiveness in the SME sector.
The exhibition aims to enhance trade, commerce, investment and industrial technological relationship between the public and private sectors from Nigeria, Africa and the United States of America (USA).
It will also position the nation’s Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for improved profitability and sustainable global competitiveness.
About the Organiser
The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce is a leading business organisation serving businesses and its members by providing programs and services that improve economic prosperity and sustainability of businesses. We are committed to constantly creating value for our members to ensure return on their investment.
The NACC provides the much needed platform for business interactions between Nigeria and the United States of America. The body open doors to international business opportunities through participation in various international expos and trade missions.
Sustainability and Innovation; Pathway to Business Success for SMEs’
When & Where the Event will Hold?
The AFPE Conference will hold on May 24 and 25 at the Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
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