B2B Meetings

 

B2B Meetings

The B2B meetings will feature match-making between French/European and Nigerian Companies and seeks to provide an opportunity for one-to-one discussions between companies participating. This is an opportunities for companies participating from Nigeria to discuss and explore business and project opportunities with French Companies operating in similar sectors and industries.
The B2B meetings will take place on Thursday 26th September and will involve the representatives of Nigerian Companies meeting with representatives of French companies. Other B2B meetings will also take place the 25th September, the second day of the forum.

Companies attending will receive their B2B schedule ahead of the event, to ensure that companies participating have the necessary information o make the best of the meetings to discuss concrete opportunities, and better still set the necessary discussions for partnership deals to be signed. The B2B Matchmaking program is result oriented, and seeks to provide an opportunity for partnership and collaborations between companies participating.

The objectives of this session are:

  • Provide a platform for companies from Nigeria to meet with counterpart companies from France who are seeking for partnerships to collaborate on specific opportunities.
  • Provide a platform for companies from Nigeria to meet with potential investors for specific project and business opportunities.

COVID-19 INFORMATION: THE 5TH EDITION OF SPOTLIGHT NIGERIA MOVED TO 2021

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all witnessed how rapidly the world has changed overnight, forcing countries to close borders in a bid to safeguard the health and wellbeing of their citizens.

Today, even as countries put in place measures to reopen their economies, cross-border travels and restrictions on large gatherings still persist as the fight against coronavirus continues. There is a general consensus that this approach will continue until a treatment or vaccine is available to allow for mass usage across the world.

The safety of our team, members, partners, beneficiaries and the general public is of uttermost importance, therefore, given the international nature of the forum, we have made the necessary decision to postpone Spotlight Nigeria to 2021.

The team will continue to actively work with its partners in serving as a facilitator of business collaborations in this difficult period.