The Nigerian Embassy in Washington, DC has given its backing to the US Export-Import Opportunities for African Consumable Products 2013 Trade Show scheduled for the first half of 2013.
The event which is expected to expose the economic opportunities in Africa at a global marketplace will take place between the June 12 and 15, 2013 in Baltimore, Maryland in the United States of America.
IIn its letter of endorsement, signed by the Economic Minister, Mrs. Adedeji, the embassy says "I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter on the above sublect matter abd hereby convey the mission's support for your loudable objective which is aimed at shocasing the preponderant economic opportunities in Africa at a global marketplace forum".
The event which will connect buyers and sellers from across the world will provide modern marketing intelligence and international trading practice strategies for participants.
Expected to attend the trade show are government agencies and parastatals of all African countries, professional and well experienced trade financiers, bankers and other experts.
- US Citizens
- Canadian Citizens
- South Americans
- Federal Government of Nigeria
- Government of South Africa
- Government of Senegal
- Government of Ghana
- Government of Mali
- Government of Ethiopia
- Government of Kenya
- Government of Tanzania
- Government of Botswana
- Government of Guinea
- Government of Rwanda
- awaiting other African countries endorsement.
"Hope you have very successful trade show, thus our advertisement can benefit from it"
- Harris Zhang - Halsun International Limited, China.
"Our individual appointments have been good and we have been able to guide the buyers to different areas of Africa, America, Vietnam and Europe depending on needs and experiences. The exhibition, buyers & sellers forum and Group meetings plan also look great and we'd be attending the event in order to create awareness for our products and services"
- Candy Le, Vinacacao, Vietnam.