The Nigeria SME business Summit brings together government leaders, private sector, academia, policy makers and small business owners; who are innovative game changers in their various sectors to discuss the impact of policies that will affect small and medium scale businesses in Nigeria. Organised by SME100 Africa. Previous Summits included panel discussions, keynote presentations, debates, exhibitions and question and answer segments.
The conversations of economic challenges faced locally, regionally, and nationally resonated with small business owners, managers and researchers alike and provided further evidence that the nation is attuned to the need for collaboration across, not just within, individual sectors in order to meet equitable development goals.
We help facilitate Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion for Nigerian small and medium business owners. We are a region of unlimited potential. And this translates into unlimited opportunity. Whether you’re interested in unique travel experiences, investment, shooting a film or exporting to Africa and the rest of the world, LSPSG has something for you. Let us help you uncover these opportunities.
Why Should You Attend?
Strategic Objectives Of The Summit
GLOBAL EXPORT: Promote and facilitate global exports of goods and services from qualified Nigerian companies. Extensive interaction with global investment institutions and multilateral organizations so as to stay abreast of global economic and investment trends.
RESEARCH: Publish economic reports, insightful policy briefs, sector specific reports and research papers to support evidence-based policy making and advocacy.
ADVOCACY: Evidence-based advocacy on behalf to support NSBS vision and draw from lessons learnt and experiences of professionals from our partners and network.
BUSINESS SUPPORT: Strengthen the ecosystem for small business and entrepreneurial success in Nigeria and across the world.
JOBS AND INVESTMENT: To attract and facilitate between N2 billion – N20 billion worth of inward foreign and domestic direct investment; supporting the creation of 100,000 jobs in the Nigeria in 4 years.
TRADE PROMOTION: Developing relevant tourism, trade and investment publications. Specifically, informative publications on Nigeria as investment and business destinations.
COMPETITIVE CREATIVE INDUSTRY: To firmly establish a competitive creative sector– Music, Movie, Fashion, Software, Design etc in 4 years International Opportunities for Lagos Small Business Owners/Entrepreneurs
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