Canada-Nigeria Business & Investment Summit – Toronto 2019

The European Club of Canada endorses: Nigeria: an emerging trade & investment market opportunity

By Marek J.D.Goldyn – Euro Canada News/ The Canadian National News

The City of Toronto is a hub for International Trade and Investment on a global scale -strategically located in the heart of economic capital of Canada and of The Province of Ontario.

An additional attraction for foreign investors is short distance of air travel to major US cities like New York, N.Y. , Washington D.C. or Chicago, Il.

Having a pleasure of being invited in the previous years as a Guest and Observer from The European Club of Canada this event is highly recommended for these companies looking to diversity their portfolios.

A continent of Africa recently has changed by creating a new Economic Free Trade Zone based in part on the European Union model but with recognising the level of climatic, geographic and industrial also agricultural specifications.

Please find below more information regarding:

Canada-Nigeria Business & Investment Summit in Toronto

brought by MineAfrica

Nigeria: an emerging trade & investment market opportunity

Thursday October 10 – Saturday October 12, 2019
Radisson Admiral Hotel Toronto – Harbourfront
249 Queen’s Quay West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5J 2N5
Tel: 416-203-3333

Download the program and register now for  The Canada-Nigeria Business & Investment Summit in Toronto this October 10-11, 2019.

Its a great opportunity to learn about trade and investment opportunities in Africa’s biggest economy and meet senior Nigerian government and business leaders from a variety of industry sectors.

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Nigeria: an emerging trade & investment opportunity
Nigeria has the largest economy in Africa (GDP of $376 billion in 2017) and the largest population (195 million), in addition to one of the largest populations of youth in the world. Nigeria is a multi-ethnic and culturally diverse society consisting of 23 autonomous states. With an abundance of resources, it is Africa’s biggest oil exporter, ranks first in African in farm output and also has the largest natural gas reserves on the continent. Despite some development challenges Nigeria possesses strong business and investment fundamentals and represents a tremendous market opportunity for Canadian companies looking to invest, export products or source imports.

Why attend?
– discover potential new markets in Nigeria and Africa for your product and services
– learn from expert speakers about the current business climate, risk profile, priority industry sectors and the opportunities for doing business in Nigeria
– hear about specific investment opportunities in Nigeria from senior business leaders
– meet potential local joint venture partners, or suppliers of products and services for importing into Canada
– meet senior Nigerian business and government leaders during programmed networking breaks and receptions
– Meet project sponsors, private and public sector investors and lenders to accelerate your project

Industry Sectors of Focus:
– Agriculture/Agro-processing – value chain, food & cash-crop processing/preservation,  packaging
– Solid Minerals – extractive innovation
– Health Care – primary healthcare, ambulance, medical labs, trauma centers, nursing homes
– Power & Alternative Energy – solar, wind, turbine, geothermal energy
– Infrastructure – real estate, road development & transportation
– Technology & ICT – phones, computers, software, digital economy
– Education & training

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For more information contact Wayne Floreani at or Kola Esomojumi at


Wayne Floreani

Kola Esomojumi

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