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FirstBank restates support for Economic growth, sponsors Lagos International trade fair



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In keeping with its tradition of engagement and supporting economic development, Nigeria’s most valuable bank brand, FirstBank is throwing its weight behind the 35th edition of Lagos international Trade Fair.

FirstBank restates support for Economic growth, sponsors Lagos International trade fair

During the ten-day fair, the Bank’s broad clientele and prospective customers will benefit from FirstBank’s expert financial advisory services, on-line-real-time banking, internet and mobile banking, Automated Teller Machine (ATM), card products, mobile payment platforms and money transfer services.

The trade fair which ‎ kicks off on Friday November 6, 2015 will also have participants from Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, India, Egypt, Chad and Niger Republic in attendance. This year’s edition themed: “Enhancing Value Addition in the Non-Oil Economy” is expected to be formally declared open on Saturday November 07, 2015 by 10am at the trade fair ground – Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos. Over the years, the fair has attracted both local and foreign exhibitors and has continued to provide avenue for various trade groups and professionals to present new products and ideas as well as tap into business opportunities that exist in the country.

According to the GMD/CEO of FirstBank, Bisi Onasanya, the Bank is proud to be a sponsor of the Lagos International trade fair, as this demonstrates our commitment to promoting trade and development in the nation. ‘We would continue to promote the industrialization of the Nigerian economy and the global economy at large through valuable partnerships’, Onasanya added.

FirstBank has been a consistent sponsor of the annual trade fair since its inception 35 years ago.

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