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TPCI organises “Indian Pavillion” at the Lagos International Trade Fair

Trade Promotion Council of India organised an “Indian Pavillion” in the “Lagos International Trade Fair” at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, Nigeria from 4th – 13th November, 2022. The pavilion comprised of a delegation from various prominent sectors like pharmaceuticals, medical devices, engineering, logistics & solar power. It provided an opportunity for Indian MSMEs to exchange ideas with stakeholders within the global food community.

 

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Trade Promotion Council of India organised an “Indian Pavillion” in the “Lagos International Trade Fair” at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, Nigeria from 4th – 13th November, 2022. The pavilion comprised of a delegation from various prominent sectors like pharmaceuticals, medical devices, engineering, logistics & solar power. It provided an opportunity for Indian MSMEs to exchange ideas with stakeholders within the global food community.

The Pavillion was inaugurated on November 4 by our Chief Guest, Mr. Kern Chandramouli, Consul General of India, Lagos, Nigeria.Mr. G Balasubramaniam Balasubramanian, High Commissioner of India, Abuja, Nigeria also visited the pavillion on November 7, 2022 wherein he interacted with the Indian exhibitors.

The Lagos International Trade Fair is the largest International trade fair in Nigeria. The fair has attracted both local and foreign exhibitors over the years. The LITF is a unique exposition for manufacturers, suppliers, buyers and users of a wide range of goods and services as well as opportunities for investment and trade promotion and brought together the leading importers and prominent distributors. The Lagos international trade fair is an immense opportunity to exchange ideas with stakeholders within the global food community.

The fair gave Indian MSMEs an opportunity to:

1)  Collaborate with the prominent & new importers, retailers, distributor, wholesalers & partners from the Nigeria and other participating countries;
2) Grow their business in the Nigerian and other neighboring markets;
3) Nurture their business relationships by meeting the existing partners and flag bearers of the industry from Nigeria.

We thank the visitors for the excellent response experienced by the Indian exhibitors at Nigeria’s largest multi-product expo.

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