Virtual Scoping Mission to Nigeria
Nigeria’s large supply of arable yet largely unfarmed land, and growing number of tech hubs, provide immense opportunities for Dutch and Italian companies to introduce innovative and sustainable solutions for mutual growth. Together with IOM, and Unioncamere Piemonte we invite you to join the Virtual Scoping Mission to Nigeria on the 17th of February 2022.
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Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy and most populous country, is a true economic powerhouse on the continent. The country is well-positioned to become one of the world’s leading economies in 2030 with growth being fuelled by its large consumer market, strategic geographic location, and young and highly entrepreneurial population.
Nigeria’s large supply of arable yet largely unfarmed land and growing number of tech hubs, provide immense opportunities for Dutch and Italian companies to introduce innovative and sustainable solutions for mutual growth.
To learn more about how your company can benefit from the various opportunities that Nigeria has to offer, together with IOM, and Unioncamere Piemonte we invite you to join the Virtual Scoping Mission to Nigeria on the 17th of February 2022. This mission will feature some of Nigeria’s most promising business opportunities in agribusiness and the tech industry.
In addition, the mission will highlight the potential of tapping into Nigeria’s talent pool to increase your local presence, expertise, or to diversify your current workforce.
- Get informed about sector developments and market entry information.
- Gain a deeper understanding of Nigeria’s investment climate.
- Meet and network with Nigerian stakeholders.
- Connect with Nigerian job seekers and explore how the MATCH Project can support you with your hiring needs.
WHO CAN JOIN?
- Italian and Dutch-based companies and knowledge institutes.
HOW TO SIGN-UP?
- Registration is possible here. Register now to secure your seat!
- Participation is free of charge. Registration does not mean automatic admission to the virtual mission.
- Africa’s largest economy and the 27th largest economy worldwide, with a GDP of 448 billion USD
- In 2030, 160 million Nigerians will be in consuming-class households, which is more consumers than the populations of France and Germany combined
- Nigeria is endowed with many natural resources and has vast amounts of arable land and water resources that offer significant opportunities for development and investment
- Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial centre, is among the world’s largest cities and has emerged as a leading technology hub in Africa
- A digital sector that has grown from contributing less than 1% of the nation’s GDP in 1999 to 13.47% in Q3 of 2020
- In 2019, received investments of 663.24 million USD into Africa’s start-ups – making Nigeria the foremost investment destination on the continent