Connect Nigeria has announced that its annual SME-eBusiness fair, the largest gathering of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises on the African continent, begins February 3, 2018.
Participants can explore the many business prospects available while entrepreneurs can learn the skills they need to grow their businesses in today’s tech-driven world, organisers say about the event holding at Eko Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Connect Nigeria says the fair will offer companies considering entering the Nigerian market a great opportunity as several foreign companies have already shown interest in the 2018 edition.
Since inception in 2011, the event has been dedicated to promoting business for SMEs, assisting Nigerian businesses achieve global competitiveness, empowering thousands of business owners, start-ups, and aspiring entrepreneurs, enabling them to fast-track the growth of their businesses by leveraging the power of technology, according to a company statement.
At this year’s edition of the show, over 10,000 SMEs will also learn winning business strategies that this edition of the SME-eBusiness fair will provide, and discover the enterprise-transforming tools they need to strengthen and expand into new frontiers of entrepreneurial success
The eBusiness fair is a two-part event, featuring panel discussions and exhibitions. At the discussion sessions, top business executives, renowned start-up founders and pioneering techpreneurs will share their success strategies and tips from the cutting edge of business and technology.
At the exhibition, businesses have the chance to showcase their products and services to thousands of participants. The event offers an opportunity to connect with professionals and leading stakeholders from Nigeria’s major industries, expand business networks with high calibre partners and first-rate leads.
Connect Nigeria, Nigeria’s most innovative information search portal says attendance is free for participants, who can access information on the event by visiting www.connectnigeria.com/bizfair