Friday, November 27, 2009

A shot at 2010 (Case study, Nigeria)

'Of one thing we are certain: if there is any one part of the world that possesses the potential for exponential growth in the coming few decades, it is the African Continent' (The Economist).

...and we add 'with Nigeria as one of its emerging economies'. A slow but steady growth of up to six percent should be expected in 2010.

Watch out for our analysis on Nigeria in 2010 as this year comes to an end.

For inquiries and help on Doing Business in Nigeria, email ibgnigeria@gmail.com or nosakwe@ibgnigeria.com

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Indonesian Companies Arrive Lagos.


Having heard of the acceptance of Indonesian products in Nigeria, based on the successful market entry of Indomie instant noodles and Nutri-C flavored drinks, (both market leaders in their sub-sectors), Indonesian companies are coming in droves.

Sixteen Indonesian companies have arrived in Lagos to participate in the Lagos International Trade Fair, 2009 edition. We wish them good luck!

In the picture, Biotama's Anthony talks to Fidelis Olise, Fitzel Consulting

Saturday, November 7, 2009

N-I-G-E-R-I-A (Opportunities Awaiting Discovery)

This land is vast, with wealth far beyond measures,
For who can count the value of the whole?
Our teeming millions surely are our treasure!
Let us with courage plan and set our goal.
This nation's strength grows as we work together.
One people blessed, forever, heart and soul!

(Poem by Nigerwife, Mrs Doris Fafunwa, 82 years old American wife of Professor Babatunde Fafunwa, retired University don and former Nigerian Minister for Education).

Exploit the business opportunities in N-I-G-E-R-I-A

N-Natural Resources (Minerals such as Tantalite, Coal, Kaolin, Bitumen, Tar Sand, etc)
I-Information and Communication Technology (Business Process Outsourcing, WIMAX, Rural Telephony, Internet, e-Government, Distance Learning, Computers, Software etc)
G-Oil and Gas (Gas Masterplan, Marginal Fields, Local Content, Spare Parts etc)
E-Energy (including Environment, Waste to Energy, Solar, Wind, Biogas, IPP etc)
R-Resorts (Hospitality including Hotels, Golf Courses, Theme Parks, Meetings, Conference and Convention Centres, etc)
I-Infrastructure (Transportation, Housing, Health, Ports, Prefabs, Export Processing Zones, Markets, BOOT)
A-Agriculture (Integrated, Food Processing, Post Harvest Technology, Aquaculture)

You may reach us on ibgnigeria@gmail.com, FAX: (USA No.) +1 480 393 4460 or call Ndudi Osakwe on +234 80 2353 0007 for guidance.