22-24 October 2014
Shehu Musa Yar 'Adua Centre. Abuja, Nigeria
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All delegates traveling to Nigeria must present an approved travel document (passport or identity card) and delegates from many countries will require a ‘tourist’ visa to enter the country. Delegates are urged to contact their nearest Nigerian embassy or consulate as early as possible to determine where the application should be made and how long this process will take. We will issue you with a letter of invitation to support your application and provide you with all the assistance you need for your application. Visas should be applied for early to avoid delays.   Contact  LOC at [email protected]


Rwandair partnered with us   100s of  international return flights for  NAEE African participates.  The offer aims to help enterprising companies make essential trips to grow their business abroad in these difficult times. The initiative is designed to support SMEs, relatively new to exporting or establishing themselves in new markets, who are working with Centre for Export Development  as part of their strategy to develop African business internationally. To find out more about qualifying for the scheme please click here.

The organisers of at NAEE 2011 has partnered with major hotels in Ogun State offering some of the premier locations to stay while in Nigeria on Business.

For Hotels Contact LOC at: [email protected]