International Trade: Focus on West Africa
Why you should attend this event?
The speakers have a track record of promoting exports and operating International business in the region. There will be presentations, followed by Q&A and networking afterwards. If you are a Small or Medium sized Business interested in International trade, do come along to this event. Register here.
This workshop brings into focus the real opportunities (and risks) of doing business in a market with average 6% GDP annual growth rate. UK companies should use this event as an opportunity to obtain information and guidance on exports to this important market.
Mr Bryan Treherne MBE
Chairman, South London Export Club
Bryan is a key player in the development of Croydon Chamber of Commerce, and received an MBE for his key role that supports British business overseas, organising the export club and advising individuals and firms about doing business abroad.
Engr. Olumuyiwa Aiyegbusi
Chairman, Olu Olu Industries and Yem Yom Ventures UK Limited
Olu Olu Foods is one of the best known African food and beverage brands. The group is the largest producer and exporter of indigenous African foods to Europe and America. It currently enjoy 65% of the processed yam and bean sector of the market and about 45% of the rest of other processed foods.
Mr Sam Onigbanjo
Founder, Great Business Platforms (Business Club)
Sam is an experienced Business Leader , Management consultant, Speaker and Author, with over 18 years commercial experience in marketing and business development. Great Business Platforms is “A Global business club, created to give investors safe in roads to high growth African markets and to create an enabling environment for start up entrepreneurs.”
Help at Hand
This workshop provides an excellent overview of key international business considerations. This will help you prepare for entry into new markets.
Specialist Services on the day available from:
UKTI LondonSouthEast @UKTI_LondonSE
CityBusiness Library @CBL_London