Globe Chamber Of Commerce is building international trade bridges which will benefit Nigeria and entire Africa, according to the Initiator and President Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George.
Buchi Geoge said the organization which is established for the promotion and development of both local and international trade so far has done so much to make the international business community aware of the endless potentials in Africa, especially Nigeria.
“Sometimes it is difficult for international investors to come down to Africa and see what they can achieve here”, the United Nations Goodwill Ambassador said. He revealed that they have overcome that obstacle by taking Africa to the rest of the world.
“We take the opportunities to them; we show them and then bring them here. It is like building a very short bright to cover what seems to be an endless trade gap between Africa and the rest of the world”
With events like Nigeria – Asia Business Forum, Nigeria – Turkey Joint Trade Mission, Globe Chamber Of Commerce has taken Investment opportunism in Nigeria to Asia and Europe, while also doing same for Nigerian investors who desire to invest in these continents.
With presence in Africa, Europe and Asia, Buchi George revealed that the organization is also working towards an expansion that will enable create more opportunities for investors to explore around the world.
“We just finished with Singapore and the next is Nigeria – Korea Economic Forum by this December (2019). What we are doing is to partner with relevant bodies in these countries because it is needed for confidence. We work with government ministries and private establishments to build a relationship that will boost trade and investment between Nigeria and other countries” Buchi George said, adding that amongst other things, the Organization has also created a platform for exchange of trade, investment economic research information between countries.
Globe Chamber Of Commerce has its headquarters in Abuja Nigeria, with branches in more than 20 countries of Africa, Europe and Asia.