Simply Nigerian Fair holds May 6 in Lagos
The fourth edition of Simply Nigerian Fair (SNF) is scheduled to hold on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at the Garden Fusion Centre in Ikoyi, Lagos.
In an increasingly crowded market of fairs, the SNF continues to stand out because of the level of organisation, the calibre of the vendors, the quality of the crowd and the diversity of the offerings – food and beverage, fashion and footwear, home and lifestyle, plants and flowers, as well as hair and body, all in one spot.
This edition of SNF will boast 108 vendors across diverse categories.
Founder of SNF, Temi Shenjobi, said: “We are very proud of our vendors. We don’t just take anybody. We screen them carefully to ensure that not only are they truly Nigerian brands, but they bring excellence in terms of product, packaging and creativity.”
SNF has also attracted endorsements and partnerships from premier private and public sector organisations, including main partner, the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment and its different parastatals.
Also, the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF) would bring 20 beneficiary entrepreneurs of its empowerment programme to showcase their innovations at the fair.
Other partners include the Enterprise Development Centre of the Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos, Leadway Assurance, House of Tara, Lagos State Parks and Gardens and Style House Files, conveners of Lagos Fashion and Design Week.
As always, visitors to the fair should expect a great day out in the lush garden setting, located in Ikoyi.
In addition to the shopping opportunities, guests would have access to the café area, the kid’s corner with games, snacks, the clowns, skaters and dancers, while Dieko Gilbert of Inspiration FM, would be DJ and compere at the fair.
“What people always tell us is that as well as being excited by the goods on display, they have such a great time at SNF because there is so much going on, the ambiance is wonderful and it’s just a fun day out for family and friends,” says Nkiru Asika, SNF Director, speaking on behalf of fellow Directors, Linda Okome and Penelope Gobir.
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