April 21 and 23, 2018

Washington, DC

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UNIS 2018

Nigeria is Open for Business

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria presents US-Nigeria Investment Summit 2018, highlighting the many untapped investment opportunities in Nigeria for U.S. investors and companies. The theme of the 2018 US-Nigeria Investment Summit is Nigeria is Open for Business.

Hosted by Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Unites States, H.E. Sylvanus Adiewere Nsofor, the Summit attendees will include senior Nigerian government officials and business leaders, who will provide U.S. investors with the necessary assistance and guidance on investment, establishment, and operation of enterprises in Nigeria.

By 2025, African household consumption will total $2.1 trillion, business spending will increase to $3.5 trillion, and Africa’s manufacturing output will nearly double to $930 billion. (McKinsey Global Institute)

H.E. Ambassador Sylvanus Adiewere Nsofor

H.E. Ambassador Sylvanus Adiewere Nsofor


Ambassador of Nigeria to the United States

H. E. Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, GCON

H. E. Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, GCON


Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria


APRIL 21, 2018

General Admission to Full-Day Program + Breakfast and Lunch


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APRIL 23, 2018

Workshop for Government Officials & Business Executives


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“We will continue to invest in Nigeria and our growth rate is accelerating. We also think that the enormous potentials in the country are being unlocked.” – Paul Polman, Global CEO, Unilever

We are extremely optimistic about Nigeria’s continued economic and social growth and recognize the importance of … broadening our portfolio and introducing new products.” – Kelvin Balogun, President, Central, East and West Africa, Coca-Cola Company

“This investment in Nigeria boosts our production capacity for Cadbury Bournvita by more than 30% … and complements our recent investments in Egypt and South Africa.” Daniel Myers, Executive Vice President, Mondelez International (formerly known as Kraft Foods)

“Innovation is one of P&G’s and by extension, Nigeria’s most vital methods for growth and development.” – George Nassar, Managing Director, P&G Nigeria

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