Nigerian Belgian Chamber of Commerce hosts second breakfast meeting
The Nigerian-Belgian Commercial Information and Documentation Center (NBCIDC) is to hold its second breakfast meeting with focus on transport and logistics.
According to Taofeek Olagoke, the personal assistant to the executive secretary NBCIDC, the meeting will hold at the Eko Signature Restaurant on August 26.
The centre also plans to organise a Trade Mission to Belgium the second half of October, to participate in three different trade fairs and exhibitions.
These trade fairs include “the European Coach and Bus salon tagged Busworld 2015 and will be held in Kortrijk between 16th and 21st October; the Benelux trade fair for welding cutting and joining (Welding Week 2015), in Antwerp between from 20th and 22nd October and Subcontracting 2015, the meeting place for industrial designers, product developers, in Antwerp which hold between 21st – 22nd October”.
The Nigerian-Belgian Commercial Information and Documentation Center (NBCIDC) was incorporated on the 21st of February 2002 as a non-profit organization (NGO) with the objective of promoting business between Nigeria and Belgium, through information, advise, consulting and networking.
Prior to the formal registration, the founder of the Center, Mrs. Paulette Van Trier has on an ad-hoc basis been promoting businesses between Nigeria and Belgium since 1997.
NBCIDC provides all links for businesses and institutions in both countries; gives as well as relevant information to facilitate investment and business decisions, leading to business start-ups and expansion.