The Nigeria-Japan Joint Trade Mission powered by Globe Chamber of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with Transnational Trade and Commerce Centre has planned a trade mission Japan, tagged ‘Developing partnership for Business Growth'.
The Nigeria-Japan Joint Trade Mission is an annual commitment of the chamber aimed at promoting the development of trade, commerce, investment and industrial technological relationships between the public and private sectors of Nigeria and Japan and to further drive socio-economic growth and development for all, according to a statement from the chamber.
It said the six-day trade and investment mission led by the GCCI President, Buchi George, will have delegates participating in a Business-2-Business matchmaking session at the Nigerian embassy.
The statement read in part, “Participants at the session will include various business leaders in the areas of project and infrastructure finance, health, tourism, agribusiness and representatives of the Nigerian Diaspora Organisation, Japan.
“Delegates also visited the Centre for International Private Enterprise, an affiliate of the United States Chamber of Commerce; the US Africa Development Foundation; Foundation for Democracy, among others, for partnership and collaboration in various sectors, with focus on agribusiness, financial services, logistics, real estate, and infrastructure.
“Delegates will participate in the African Trade and Investment Global Summit, which provides networking opportunities with a larger audience from around the globe with interest in Africa.”
According to GCCI, the trade mission provides an opportunity for market expansion, networking, market knowledge exchange, further generating new businesses and deals.
“The chamber will continue to serve as an important catalyst in bringing together businesses and ideas to bolster bilateral commercial relations between Nigeria and Japan, further fostering trade and commerce investment between Nigeria and Japan and liaising with the Nigerian government and its agencies throughout the country on trade and industry related matters,” it stated.