The Globe Chambers of Commerce and Industry in a recent move has unveiled how they will boost the global acceptance of Nigerian-made goods.
The new strategy which is part of their Nigeria Economic Cooperation and Business Development Forum is tagged ‘Nigeria Made Goods, Products and Services, Exports, Exhibition and Expo 2022’.
The Nigeria Made Goods, Products and Services, Exports, Exhibition and Expo 2022 which has been scheduled to hold in six European countries will target sectors like manufacturing, shipping, agro and health, researchers, import and exports as well as service providers.
Speaking ahead of the event billed to kick off on November 15, 202 in Romania, the President of Globe Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Hon. Nwabueze Buch George said that the events will afford Nigerian participants the opportunity to showcase their goods and services for international networking and acceptance.
“This is one great opportunity with a whole lot to offer. We have the Nigerian Government, Czech, and Lithuania Trade and Nigerian Embassies in Europe working with us on the project”
“When we pick a problem to solve, we always ensure that all relevant government agencies are on our side because we don’t want to be involved in events that will be considered a waste of time”, he said,
Hon. Buchi George further stated that the event will also help boost the standard and quality of made-in-Nigeria products, thereby making Nigeria another destination for global producers and consumers.
The Nigeria Made Goods, Products and Services, Exports, Exhibition, and Expo 2022 dates and countries are as follows.
• Buchest (Romania) 15-16th November, 2022
• Barcelona City (Spain) 17 – 18th November, 2022
• Budapest (Hungary) 19– 20th November, 2022
• Vilnius (Lithuania) 21-23th November, 2022
• Warsaw (Poland) 24 – 26th November ,2022
• Prague (Czech) 27– 30th November, 2022
Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George added that the choice of countries for the event was strategic, calling on interested parties to sign up for it.
To sign up visit www.tradewithnigeria.org or call 08114840595, 08114906677, 09150942333, 09150942324