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SME and Franchising Nigeria Exhibition And Congress

Africa’s largest B2B platform focusing on SME’s and franchising

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2-3 December 2015, Eko International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Lagos, Nigeri

Visit http://www.smeandfranchisingnigeria.com/ to register.

Supported by governmental bodies SMEDAN, NOTAP, NIFA and NASME, the 1st annual SME and Franchising Nigeria Exhibition and Congress provides a unique platform for Nigeria’s entire SME and franchising value chain to meet under one roof. Offering small and medium enterprises and franchisors, an unrivalled opportunity to meet potential partners, suppliers, customers and investors.

With 500m2 of exhibition space, regional and international companies can meet, network and forge new business ties with the entrepreneurs and SME’s of Nigeria; as well as enabling face-to-face relationships to blossom with potential franchisors who are interested in finding out more about your brand.

The event will attract more than 1000 attendees, all in search of lucrative business opportunities – from entrepreneurs, to decision makers and business leaders – it’s the ideal channel for you to meet genuine business buyers.

SME   and                       FRANCHISING
In Nigeria in 2010 there were around 17,280,000 micro enterprises, 21,260 small enterprises and 1,650 medium enterprises. With the largest numbers of SMEs in Lagos.

Bringing togther an exceptional crowd of key-decision makers, top-level management, and even hard-to-reach small businesses. SME exhibitors will get a chance to

  • Spend quality time with a high-quality audience
  • Speak to business owners, directors, CEOs, entrepreneurs..etc
  • Meet attendees that are directly involved in equipment purchase decisions
  • Meet with small shops looking for innovative solutions
Nigeria’s 170 million population is growing at an annual rate of 2.5%. Based on UN forecasts, the population is expected to expand to 239 million in 2025, making it the third most populous country in the world behind China and India.As the Nigerian government explores mass job opportunities for its unemployed citizenry, there is no better time than now for reputable foreign franchisors to start expanding their operations to Nigeria. The Nigerian franchise market, even though in its infancy stage, has the potential to generate more than 100 billion dollars in annual revenue from products and services.

Whatever you’re selling, franchises, businesses, finance, advice and more… exhibiting at SME will help you at every stage of the sales process, including:

  • Generating new, qualified sales
  • Increasing your brand awareness
  • Closing deals
  • Quantifying and measuring you sales costs and ROI

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