World Trade Summit & Expo: Our vision is to make Made in Nigeria Products global brands – Buchi George

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Nwabueze Buchi George

The President of FOW World, Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George has revealed that making World Trade Summit & Expo a global affair is driven by the vision to make made in Nigeria products global brands.

Hon. Buchi George who stated this in Abuja, while speaking to newsmen, said the event has been upgraded to a programmes with the upcoming ones just the Asia Edition.

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He further stated that while the series of events lined up will expose investors to business opportunities in other countries, it will also help in making made in Nigeria products, global brands.

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“What we will be having in China, Korea and Japan are just the Asia edition of the project and we are looking forward to other continents.

We want to make made in Nigeria products, global brands; we want to make the world see more opportunities in Nigeria and in turn boost our economy.

We don’t just want people from other countries to see what they can sell here, but what they can produce here and sell in other countries”, he said.

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He further revealed that about one thousand people have already registered for the event which will be kicking off in Seoul, South Korea from 1st – 3rd October, 2017, while the next stop will be in Guangzhou, China from 5th – 8th October, 2017 and then Tokyo, Japan from 11th – 13th October, 2017.

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More participants are expected, according the United Nations Ambassador, and the registration is being done on the official website of the project, www.bitexpo.org, while other enquiries will be entertained at Rockview Hotel Wuse 2, Abuja or via +2348072749200, +2348179047409, +2348161261262 and +2348179047419. Official e-mail addresses are info@bitexpo.org and fowworld10@gmail.com
To make the programme a success, FOW Word is in partnership with Nigerian Embassies in China, Japan and Korea; Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria SMEDAN and Federal Ministry of Trade, Industry and.

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