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Over 150 Asian companies register for World Trade Summit & Expo

by OtownGist

Information from FOW World, the organizers of the Asia Edition of the World Trade Summit & Expo have it that 156 Asian companies have already registered for the event billed for October 2017.

According to the President of FOW World, Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George, the interest shown by those Asian companies is a sign that they really want to mingle with customers from all over the word, urging Nigerian and African companies to follow the same step.

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Hon. Buchi George who spoke ahead of the event which will have its first edition in Seoul, South Korea from 1st – 3rd October, 2017, said the essence of the event is to create a platform that will afford investors who want to play on the global scale an opportunity to meet with each other. 

“What we are doing is so obvious because we want to expose investment opportunities in various nations of the world, so that investors can take advantage of them.

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“It is a huge opportunity for growing economies while the development nations will find more channels to invest in, especially in Africa”, he said.


After the kick off in Seoul, South Korea, the event will be moving to Guangzhou, China from 5th – 8th October, 2017 and then Tokyo, Japan from 11th – 13th October, 2017.

Registration is still ongoing at the official website of the event, www.bitexpo.org while other correspondences could be channeled to Rockview Hotel Wuse 2, Abuja. Hot lines are +2348072749200, +2348179047409, +2348161261262 and +2348179047419 or e-mail info@bitexpo.org and fowworld10@gmail.com.

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World Trade Summit & Expo is packaged 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 Investment.


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