The Phoenix Newspaper will, again, be showing its international ‘pull’ when it will be part of a major African exhibition attracting some of the continents – and worlds – biggest established businesses.
Bringing together a wide array of companies, nationally and internationally, Southwest Investment Exhibition & Summit (SWIFT), running for a 4th year, will again be looking to attract foreign investors to southwest Nigeria, in particular, and the country, as a whole, targeting corporate and small-to-medium concerns by exhibiting their products, create new markets, meet funders and funding organisation, see new inventions, and have the opportunity to network with government officials whilst adding value and profit to their business.
With a goal of improving the gross domestic product of the region, the two day event – May 2-3 – will be looking to continue create newer technological transformation, further create employment opportunities and government internally generated revenue. And The Phoenix Newspaper will be major media partners, lending its considerably global attraction, making sure no-one misses out.
The exhibition, at the Landmark Centre, in Lagos, has already attracted enormous international interest, with exhibitors from as far and wide as the Americas, Europe, Asia, as well as throughout the African continent.
In the UK there’s great anticipation for the event, especially thanks, in no uncertain way, to Birmingham-based international trade developer, Kunle Aderemi.
C.E.O. of FODION (Foreign Direct Investment Drive) Consultants Limited, Kunle’s passion for the upcoming exhibition is unwavering, which is understandable.
A Lagos native and co organizer of the event, in partnership with DAWN (Development Agenda for Western Nigeria), he knows only too well the power of the Southwest Investment Exhibition & Summit.
“Expecting some 2000plus visitors, SWIFT will, as always, add great value to south west Nigeria. It will attract His Imperial Majesty the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Nigeria Vice President Professor Yemi Osibajo, Minister for Trade & Investment, Professor Okechwukwu Enelamah as guests, in addition to the six Southwest Nigeria State Governors.”
Southwest Investment Exhibition & Summit 2017 will then end with a Networking Dinner. And, The Phoenix Newspaper will be there to cover every second.