Firm promotes international trade in Africa
The managing partner of Prince Joel and Associates, Prince William-Joel has said that Africa Trade and Investment Global Summit (ATIGS) is designed to promote and facilitate international trade and enhance foreign direct investment in Africa.
According to William-Joel, the ATIGS 2018 summit is a prestigious business conference and exhibition with the thematic preoccupation of Driving Trade, Unleashing Investment and Enhancing Economic Development: the gateway to African markets.
The firm, he said, has been nominated to lead Nigerian business delegation to this year’s ATIGS at World Trade Centre, Ronald Regan Building in Washington DC, USA.
His words: “Nigeria will have a lot to offer to the international community by virtue of partnership building and collaboration that would pave way for exporting accessibility and business expansion to yield more resources for great impact on our economy.
“As country’s representative, all delegates who registers with us would fly with us to US. The idea is to mobilise a minimum of 50 to 100 cooperate bodies to attend the event with us.”
ATIGS 2018 is a unique high-level conference and exhibition business platform designed specifically to promote and facilitate international trade between Americas, Asia, EU, UAE, with Africa to provide a platform for businesses to expand into new market.
William-Joel said that, ATIGS 2018 edition would gather 2000-plus key economic players from more than 70 countries including government delegations, high-profile African leaders, project developers and international investors.
“The 3-day event will provide a unique platform for participants to gain strategic knowledge about local investment, business opportunities, and business networking.
Also speaking, George Onuma, Business Development Consultant to Prince Joel & Associates said, ATIGS 2018 would provide access to African markets as a one-stop shop, and connect global Investors to Africa market.
“Participants will experience a comprehensive display of companies around the world with high-level government officials, business leaders, global investors, trade & investment agencies from various Africa nations under one roof,” he said.