International Enterprise (IE) Singapore is pleased to present iadvisory Seminar Series: Doing Business in Western Africa, highlighting issues that companies should note when venturing into Ghana and Nigeria.

Opportunities exist in a wide variety of sectors in Western Africa, specifically Ghana and Nigeria. Ghana has been one of the more economically sound countries in all of Africa. Opportunities are present in various sectors such as oil and gas, infrastructure and tourism.

Nigeria is an emerging market with abundant supply of resources, well-developed financial, legal, communications, transport sectors and stock exchange. Nigeria is also the most populous country in Africa, with population estimated at 150million, suggesting plenty of opportunities for Singapore companies.

Join us at the iadvisory Seminar Series: Doing Business in Western Africa – Ghana and Nigeria, and hear from our distinguished overseas speakers on the market environment as well as the developments that are creating business opportunities in Western Africa.

Exclusive Report
Ghana and Nigeria are shaping up to be attractive investment destinations in Western Africa. Both are blessed with natural resources, and have registered real GDP growth of more than 6 per cent yearly over the past three years.
Read the full article here.

Key Event Highlights:
– Market & Investment Opportunities in Ghana & Nigeria
– Legal Framework in Ghana
– Overcoming Challenges in Nigeria
– Success Story of a Singapore Company in Western Africa
(click here to view full programme)

Seminar Details:
Date:     16 September 2009, Wednesday
Time:     8.30am – 12.30pm
Venue:  IE Singapore
Little Red Dot Seminar Room
230 Victoria Street #10-00
Bugis Junction Office Tower
Singapore 188024
Fees:  Include seminar materials,1-to-1 business clinics and lunch
S$60 (General Public)
S$40 (ieConnect, ASME, SBF, SCCCI, SICCI, SICC, SMCCI, SMa, TDB IE Society members)

Seats are limited and registration will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.
Please register early to avoid disappointment

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