Join over hundred Exhibitors at The MIN Conference and Exhibition 2016.

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The Made in Nigeria Conference & Exhibition is set to host Nigeria’s biggest exposition for SMEs, start-ups, home grown businesses, Entrepreneurs and Corporate Nigeria.

The Made in Nigeria Project, organisers of the Conference & Exhibition in a statement said; “The Made in Nigeria Conference & Exhibition will pragmatically address Government’s role in the development and support of Entrepreneurs, access to finance, taxation, ease of doing business, and human capital development for small and medium scale enterprises…

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Possibilities Made In Nigeria

The Made In Nigeria Project, organisers of the Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition have officially announced the third edition of the ‎annual event, which is slated to hold in Lagos at the Landmark Centre, on November 29th 2016 with the theme; Possibilities Made In Nigeria – A re-direction towards Economic growth, SME advancement, and National Transformation.

The one day Conference & Exhibition is aimed at re-defining narratives about Nigeria’s current Economic challenges as the debate on socio-economic growth, SME advancement, national aspiration towards self sufficiency, job creation & employment, diversification,  and many other sensitive topics is one which is rather sporadic but, short lived on the lips of the debaters….

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Export Procedure For Made in Nigeria Products

Export is one of the major ways I believe the Nigerian market can maximise it’s potential. Most people I’ve met, get to know my stand on import and export before too long.

It is not an hidden fact that I am always on the campaign for exportation of quality made in Nigeria products. This is one of the drive behind Bellafricana. We aim to bridge the gap between the producers and the local & global market.

In this post, one of our Bellafricana Verified business owner shares her first hand experience with the export process. Her name is Achenyo Idachaba, she is the Founder and CEO of MitiMeth, a made in Nigeria initiative that solves environmental problems while creating employment opportunity for the people.

It is always important to learn from each other and pass the lesson learnt on. This is why we would like you to follow Achenyo’s write up closely, you might learn something priceless here too. She writes…

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Lagos International Trade Fair 2016

The 2016 Lagos International Trade Fair is organised by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry. This edition of the international trade fair also celebrates the 30th anniversary of the fair.

The Fair which is staged with the support and co-operation of the Federal and the State Governments covers all aspects of business and economic activities in Nigeria. It offers a unique exposition for manufacturers, suppliers, buyers and users of a wide range of goods and services as well as opportunities for investment and trade promotion.

The theme for 2016 editon is: “Positioning The Nigerian Economy For Diversification and Sustainable Growth”…

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Modest Market Place – Anniversary Edition

Modest Market Place, a growing market that caters to modest lifestyle enthusiasts took the retail event scene by surprise exactly a year ago. Unlike many other retail events, Modest Market Place (MMP) does more than create an avenue for business owners to showcase their products or services.

MMP is a community of like-minded individuals whose beliefs on the ethics of business has fostered a relationship beyond the retail events. The marketplace which is now popularly called by its acronym MMP, has promoted many micro, small and medium scale enterprises (MSMEs) over the course of one year…

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Cocktails and Dresses: 2nd Edition of Dressmeoutlet.com Exhibition

Dressmeoutlet.com Officially Announces Date for the 2nd Edition of Cocktails and Dresses – Largest Gathering of Made-in-Africa’s Best.

Dressmeoutlet.com is glad to announce the 2nd Edition of ‘Cocktails & Dresses – Largest Gathering of Made-in-Africa’s Best’ is set for Sunday, December 11, 2016 themed “Season’s Greetings: Everything Luxury & Quality Made-In-Africa”. It will be a full-day December Shopping Rave…

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Wilson’s Juice: Nigeria’s First Fresh Lemonade

So many people go for the American dream, but the founders of Wilson’s Juice are of a different opinion. They believe that the Nigerian dream is alive, strong and valid. In their words to CNN, ‘In Nigeria, you can have a Naira and a dream’.

The Wilson’s Juice Company was created in 2010 with a starting capital of just ₦2000 ($10) by 2 brothers, Seyi and Seun Abolaji. This company has since turned to a very lucrative business for the brothers…

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MaIN Fest: The Made In Nigeria Festival

Hello beautiful people, are you as excited about the MaIN Fest as we are? MaIN (Made-In-Nigeria) Festival is a week-long festival dedicated to Made In Nigeria products. It seeks to create a convergence of the best Made In Nigeria products and services.

This fully packed event was opened on Monday, 26th of September 2016. It will run till the 30th of September and end with a one of a kind grand event on the 1st of October. The 1st of October, happens to be the independence day of the country Nigeria. …

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Meet The Founder Of Tǽillo | Exclusive Interview

It is with great pleasure I want you to meet Jumoke Dada, a lovely and focused lady who is the Founder and CEO of Tǽillo. Jumoke has a great vision for the future of Nigeria and Africa which she has translated into her furniture.

She makes exquisitely crafted furniture using Aso Oke and Ankara fabrics. These furniture forms one of the best use of creativity in aesthetic ambience, that I have come across where furniture is concerned.

Because these fabrics not only carry the essence of our African heritage but also comes in various beautiful colours, I will say, Jumoke has gifted us with a modern antique of our time. I know you want to meet this specially talented lady. Let’s meet her…

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Going Natural? What You Need To Know

Natural hair has gotten a lot of hype in recent times and some people just can’t understand why everybody is all psyched about it. Let me just say it’s a common misconception that going natural is a new thing.

You see, natural hair has been a very significant part of our African heritage since time immemorial. I mean, there was no relaxer in existence all those time and our ancestors got their hair going fine and happy. But maybe not so happy sha (means: though), if you think of the stress involved in working the kinks in the hair.

If you’re thinking_ ‘common Nike, that’s far-fetched now’_ OK, let’s move a little closer to present times, I’m sure you definitely agree there are people whose religion prohibits them from get their hair relaxed right? And still they keep their hair well and even sometimes fashionably.

What am I driving at? Fear Not!!! 

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Wedding Accessories and Ties for The Nigerian Groom

I think it’s very important as a Groom on your wedding day to stand out from the crowd with the right wedding accessories. This simply means, everything you wear from your shoes, suit, shirt, bow tie, tie, waist coat, cufflinks, wristwatch, socks, even boxers has to be on point. I hope nothing was left out.

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Bridal Jewellery by BAIYÉ Jewellery – The Aya Collection

Bridal Jewellery by Baiye Jewellery called “The Aya capsule collection” coming soon… The collection is launching on the 1st of May 2016. Aya means Bride/wife (In Yoruba, Nigerian Language). The collection embodies the simple idea of the white dress, it highlights the need to focus on the Bride, framing her face by adorning her ears with silver, crystals and pearls. 

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To be a Jeweler in Nigeria or not to be a Jeweler : Part 2 (Evolution) by Ibironke Oduniyi

The journey to becoming a Jeweler in Nigeria continued. Going to Central Saints Martins College of Arts still remains top Ten one of the best things that has ever happened to me because my real journey into goldsmithing started from there. I got introduced to different techniques that I was clueless about and this was a different ball game entirely. 

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