The Nigerian-Arabian Gulf Chamber of Commerce (NAGCC) has called on Nigerian businesses to showcase their opportunities to global investors, leveraging on the opportunities created by the Federal government at the EXPO Dubai 2020.
The NAGCC made this known in a statement signed by Miss Souzan Owji, Executive Assistant to its Chairman, which was made available to journalists, on Tuesday.
The Chamber urged Nigerian businesses to ensure they participated in the final segment of the ongoing Nigeria Trade and Investment Forum (EXPO Dubai 2020)
According to the NAGCC, the final instalment of the Nigeria Trade and Investment Forum has been scheduled to hold on 5th March, 2022, at the Dubai Exhibition Centre – Expo 2020.
This summit would feature Energy, Manufacturing, FinTech, Agriculture, Logistics sectors, as well as discussions around AFCFTA.
“The Expo 2020 Dubai themed: “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future” commenced on 1st Oct., 2021 and would run till 31st March, 2022, had attracted 192 participating countries.”
“The Expo had successfully reached over 12 million unique visitors as at February 2022, and had created unprecedented business opportunities for thousands of participants over the past four months.”
“The Expo creates tremendous opportunity for more Nigerian companies to benefit from the strong foundation laid by the Nigerian Government at the inaugural and first Nigeria Trade and Investment Forum on 4th Dec. 2021.”
“The Nigerian-Arabian Gulf Chamber of Commerce invites participation of Nigerian businesses and encourages Captains of Industry to showcase their opportunities to global audiences and investors.”
“With over 150 foreign investors participating, the forum offers an incomparable and superior platform for high-level networking for businesses,” the NAGCC stated