Programs from the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria
|Ease of Doing Business Conference 2020 Tuesday, January 28, 2020 is the date! |
The Delegation of German Industry and Commerce invites you to an intriguing conversation on “The Ease of Doing Business in Nigeria – Compliance, Access to Finance, and The Regulatory Framework: What works and what doesn’t?” in Abuja. There will be numerous presentations and panel discussions led by important representatives of the public and private sector.
This one-day conference will take place in the FCT and will simultaneously launch the opening of the AHK office in Abuja.
Save the date and watch out for further information! Contact Person Olayinka Makinwa
Dual Vocational Training Partnership with Nigeria
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ETH Hackathon focused on powerThe German development Cooperation (GIZ), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Africa Blockchain Alliance (ABA) and the Ethereum Foundation organize a hackathon to develop decentralized energy solutions tackling Nigeria’s energy crisis.
The event, ETHLagos, will take place on 29 March – 4 April 2020 in Lagos. The organisers invite you to join industry leaders in energy, development aid and blockchain technology at the event and benefit from opportunities through visibility, recruitment, technology scouting and more.Click here to read more Contact Person Rian Yesufu
New Economy & Startups
Daniel Kwaku Merki
New Economy & Startups
German-African Agribusiness Forum 2020The German-African Business Association (Afrika-Verein) and the German Agribusiness Alliance are holding the 6th Annual German-African Agribusiness Forum.
The Forum will be held in the course of the 85th International Green Week (IGW) in Berlin and will assess the crucial factors in designing successful agribusiness in Africa. There will also be important discussions on how to bring agricultural production to the next level.Click here to read moreInitiative to found German International School in LagosA feasibility study of a German International School is underway in Lagos. A group of parents and representatives of German companies in Nigeria have come together to explore possibilities of founding a bilingual German International School (GIS). Support comes from Krones AG, BASF, Weststar (Mercedes-Benz), German Desk (Access Bank) among others.
They claim that companies and international organizations see it as a locational advantage for the recruiting process of expats and their families. Locals appreciate the opportunity to give their children early access to an international network and future studying possibilities.
The GIS would like to find out more about the needs and wishes of the community.
Click here to participate in the short online survey