The Forum, themed “Unveiling Investment Opportunities in Nigeria” is expected to hold from 4th December 2021 in Dubai, UAE. The event is being organized on behalf of the Nigerian government by the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Investment (through Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission) in collaboration with and Nigerian Arabian Gulf Chamber of Commerce (NAGCC).
Our objective is to promote a positive image of Nigeria as an ideal destination for trade and investment to the world.
We aim to introduce the investment opportunities within Nigeria to global investors.
FMITI, NAGCC, NIPC
The Nigerian Arabian Gulf Chamber of Commerce (NAGCC) is a bilateral trade association between Nigeria and all the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, dedicated to the development of business relationships and economic contacts between the two great regions. The association provides cutting edge services and superior ﬁnancial solutions on free trade and bilateral investments.
This EXPO 2020 Dubai, the NAGCC offers various sponsorship opportunities to MDAs, corporations, and strategic stakeholders to maximise awareness for their respective organisations through several events and promotional materials displayed at the event.
Expo 2020 Dubai is set to be the ﬁrst World Expo to be hosted in the MEASA (Middle East, Africa, South Asia) Region. It will bring together 200+ nations, multilateral organisations, businesses and educational institutions to showcase culture, education, history, and the achievements of human civilisation.
Dubai has made the expo site accessible for everyone by building a dedicated Metro station aptly named Expo 2020. Visitors can also obtain an Expo Passport that they will be able to ﬁll with stamps, stickers and autographs from the different pavilions.
To ensure the safety of all visitors and participants, Dubai has put the highest health and safety protocols on site so everyone can fully enjoy the event.
The Nigerian Government has taken measures to make Nigeria an attractive place to invest. They have put in place comprehensive incentives such as tax reliefs and are pushing a Free Market Economy. Nigeria is also recognised as one of Citigroup’s 11 Global Growth Generators, its potential being supported by being one of the most populous countries in Africa.
Contributing to its fast growing economy is Nigeria’s strong banking and ﬁnancial sectors, lucrative telecommunications market, improving infrastructure, and abundant resources. The country also offers a stable political environment that positions Nigeria as the central driver of a vast African market.