16-18 June 2019. Lagos-Nigeria

 The Africa Connect is a business event that aims to bring together Nigerian and Slovenian business professionals to network, exchange business contacts and a platform to introduce Slovenian Innovative products and create new partnerships in Nigeria.

This event is an integral part of the Go Africa Project by Slovenia-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce designed to provide an in depth information about the Nigerian economy, trade and Investment opportunities, Business-Culture and possibilities for economic cooperation and trade development between Slovenia and Nigeria.

The Slovenian-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce invites companies to participate in the business delegation to Nigeria between The business delegation will visit Lagos Chamber of Commerce in Lagos, where targeted networking of Slovenian and Nigerian companies will take place.

Registration fee for participation in the business delegation is 2.950 EUR. The registration fee covers return plane tickets to Nigeria (economic class), accommodation with breakfast, participation fee for business delegation, participation fee for B2B meetings at the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture. Additional option is all-inclusive meals for 3 days of delegation (extra 50 EUR).

For Slovenian micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, we can also obtain co-financing up to 60% of participation costs.

To register, clik the link:

For more information, kindly contact us at

Phone: +38682054854 +38664122771

Email: /  /

4th Balkan Business Analysis Conference – Nova Gorica, 14. -15. May 2018

4th Balkan Business Analysis Conference – Nova Gorica, 14. -15. May 2018

Would you like to meet your peers and same time get some great new knowledge which will help you to do your Business even better?

IIBA Chapter Slovenia  hosts the biggest and most innovative Business Analysis Conference in Eastern Europe.

Nova Gorica, 14. -15. May 2018

4th Balkan Business Analysis Conference is combining a selection of highly professional Program with Networking, Adventures, and Entertainment.


The Conference is going to be an added value not only for Business Analysts but also for Business Owners, Business Managers, those employed in Human Resource, Project Managers, Marketing Specialists, for CIOs, employed in IT sector and others who want to come closer to their Customer’s wishes and needs.

The Event is going to be reach with practical workshops and lectures hosted by highly respected International Speakers as well as the best BA Experts.

 As the number of the participants is limited we are encouraging you to book your ticket as soon as possible. You can do so here.


Nigeria Security Exhibition and Conference (NISEC) 2016

Nigeria Security Exhibition and Conference (NISEC) 2016


NISEC Defence and Homeland Security – Africa 2016 shall play host to top government functionaries, industry experts and professionals, manufacturers and vendors of various defence products and services from across Africa and globally to under one roof to brainstorm on key topical security issues confronting the continent of Africa and by extension globally which includes:

  • National Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Cyber Warfare
  • Terrorism
  • Intelligence
  • Transportation Security
  • Border Security
  • Piracy
  • Perimeter & Intrusion Security
  • Fire and Safety
  • IED’s,
  • Armoured Support Vehicles,
  • Maritime & Anti-Piracy
  • Surveillance, CCTV, Monitoring, Imaging and Integrated Security

It is intended to impart participants with the right knowledge, skill, strategies and solutions to increase and enhance capacity to over come the evolving threat.

NISEC Defence and Homeland Security – Africa 2016 is a must attend event for law enforcement agencies and private security services providers to gain rare knowledge and new skills, while act as a business destination for trade visitors and end users who desires to meet with OEM’s and vendors on the show floor.  Meanwhile, manufacturers and exhibitors are guaranteed to meet African end users.

Sessions entry is on a first come first served basis. Participants must pre-register to gain admittance

10th Abuja Housing Show from 18th of July to 20th July, 2016

10th Abuja Housing Show from 18th of July to 20th July, 2016

10th Abuja


We have the pleasure to cordially invite you to the 10th Abuja Housing Show/10th Anniversary of Abuja Housing Show coming up from 18th of July to 20th July, 2016 of International Conference Centre, Abuja. Abuja Housing Show is the largest Home Expo in West Africa.

In the last 9 years, Abuja Housing Show has become a must attend event for professionals & building materials manufacturers, scholars, housing finance experts, home seekers, Government functionaries & students from all over the world.

The  2016 event is unique because  it will mark 10 years anniversary of Abuja Housing Show event in Nigeria.

The International 3 days event will feature alternative building Technology for affordable mass housing Exhibition and housing Finance Conference

Notable speakers from world Bank, African Union, South Africa, Kenya among others will be at the 10th year anniversary of Abuja Housing Show.


Abuja Housing Show
 is the biggest home expo in Nigeria and West Africa Region with excellent record.

It gives you enormous access to the largest gathering of most active and enthusiastic stakeholders professionals, political class in Nigeria.

Abuja Housing Show is the most effective way to showcase your company and projects to find ready home buyers, Architects, Engineers, Builders, Surveyors and property Investors


  • Government Officials from related ministries & agencies
  • Contractors
  • Consultants
  • Financial Institution & Financial Agencies
  • Equipment leasing organization
  • Chamber of Commerce and Bi-lateral trade groups

visitors are made of high profile individuals, leading housing finance, urban development industry executives, State governors, building materials and home investors.

47% visitors are from outside Nigeria. They are manufacturers of building materials, housing finance experts, mortgage institutions, commercial banks.

30% visitors are representative of various state government, members of the States/National Assembly, public servants, and home seekers.



Phone Number:
+234  8166570090 – Festus
+234 8064589303 – Flora
+234 8096856837 – Adebayo

The gathering of Agro Allied Key Players and Equipment Manufacturers in West Africa

The gathering of Agro Allied Key Players and Equipment Manufacturers in West Africa

The gathering of Agro Allied Key Players and Equipment Manufacturers in West Africa

Theme: “The new Agricultural Agenda for Economic Growth and Food Security”

The 2nd annual Agribusiness Tradeshow & Conference will serve as the platform to discuss the potential and viability of the agriculture business in Nigeria and the West Africa sub region. The event seeks to symbolize the opportunities in the Agribusiness, as well as synergize on technologies, techniques and human resources to take this all important sector to the level of Africa union food security initiative.

A paradigm shift in Agriculture through its commercialization has become potentially necessary owing to the fact that for far too long agriculture and farming has been practiced by farmers in Africa on a subsistence level. At this subsistence level, there has been shrinking and depleted farms, an ageing population with limited interest from the youth to engage in agriculture.

To this end, the imperativeness of exploring the potential profitability of every agriculture investment and to determine whether it makes financial sense to proceed in the short, medium and long term is now more feasible than ever before

It is in recognition of this fact that there have been comprehensive interventions to ensure sustainable growth and job creation. For example, the cassava value chain, one of the most important value chains in Nigeria, benefited from a presidential campaign for cassava and its products, including cassava chips, flour, etc.

With minimal investment in research, provision of market information, access to subsidised fertiliser, and links to international markets, cassava received a major boost in the country between 2003 and 2007. This boost has resulted in a glut on the market, obviously disappointing farmers. This demonstrates that a focus on increasing yields, without investing in processing and other aspects of the value chain will lead to short-term gains, but not long-term sustainable growth and development for actors across the chain.

Africa holds about 60% of global uncultivated land and the key to unlocking the growth of agriculture in Africa is to improve the business of the small scale farmers who have access to millions of hectares needed to boost productivity. Research has shown that Nigeria has over 80 million hectares, accounting for 23% of arable land in West Africa and Agribusiness is presently contributing heavily to the countrys GDP as well as driving employment opportunities.

Nigeria is also the leading country with greater opportunity in West Africa with increased integration, making the country viable in no small way to improve food security in the region. In line with these growth potentials in agribusiness, banks are now investing in Agriculture. As part of its mandate to boost the agricultural sector in Nigeria, the Bank of Industry has distributed over 53 Billion Naira as loans to the Agribusiness value chain in 2012 alone. Other bank and financial institutions, including the Unity Bank has such portfolio as the Agriculture Credit Guarantee Scheme. The Central Bank of Nigeria has also liberated the condition for accessing the 200Billion Naira commercial Agricultural Credit Scheme to practicing farmers and sector players. In addition the Nigerian Export – Import (NEXIM) bank has introduced a Special Fund for Cassava export and the United Bank for Africa, on its part is one of the largest financers of Agricultural projects in the country; financing activities across the value chain from the production to storage, processing, Transportation and distribution.

Presently, the Nigeria’s macroeconomic indicators are showing a decline in Gross Domestic Product due to the low development the Agricultural sub sector, even, with its huge population. Presently, Nigeria is also the largest producer of almost every major agricultural commodities in West Africa, given the significance of the Nigerian economy in West Africa – with approximately 60 percent of the population and over 50 percent of the region Gross Domestic Product (GDP) – it is important in the context of regional initiatives to understand the country’s role in regional food security (World Bank, 2006).

We are therefore, sincerely inviting all stakeholders in this sector to share and participate in this event. The conference segment will discuss a wide range of agro allied activities, cutting across Livestock, Animal, Feeds, Agro- processing, seed production, soil pollution, research and machineries.

This and many more reasons explain why the forthcoming AgricBusiness Tradeshow is apt and timely. For details on Conference Delegate registration, Exhibition Space and Event Sponsorship, please contact: +234-8053100096, +234-7034638975 and or visit event website:

General Procurement Notice at Nasarawa State Tenders Board

General Procurement Notice at Nasarawa State Tenders Board

The Government of Nasarawa State 

General Procurement Notice 

The Nasarawa State Government has received a grant from the Central Bank of Nigeria for the specific purpose of infrastructural development in the State. The State intends to utilize the fund towards the construction and rehabilitation of Roads, Bridges, Culverts, Schools, Hospitals, Water Supply, Stadium, High Court Complex, Recreational Parks and other capital projects.

(2)     Requirement for Expression of Interest (EOI):

(i)      Evidence of registration with Nasarawa Tenders board;

(ii)     Tax clearance certificate for 2013, 2014 and 2015;

(iii)    Audited accounts for 2013, 2014 and 2015;

(iv)    Evidence of competence/experience;

(v)     Submission of detailed Company profile including all registration documents.


All interested Companies may submit Expression of Interest (EOI) to the address below.

The Secretary,

Nasarawa State Tenders Board,

State Secretariat, Lafia.

(4)     This advertisement shall not be construed as commitment on the part of Nasarawa State to contract any company nor shall it entitle any firm submitting documents to claim any indemnity.

(5)     Nasarawa State reserves the right to take the final decision on any of the submissions received.



Nasarawa State Tenders Board