On Thursday 7th March 2013, 3Invest Limited – one of Nigeria’s fast growing Real Estate and infrastructure investment companies will make a presentation on the challenges and opportunities of Nigeria’s Real Estate market, especially Small and Medium Scale Enterprise (SMES) to a team of UK experts seeking areas of business relationship between Nigeria and the United Kingdom.
The event organised by UK-Nigeria Small and Medium Enterprise Project, UNSP will kick off by 8 AM at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. It is facilitated by ACIOE Associates with full endorsement from the Nigerian Ministry of Trade and Investment, the department of UK Trade and Investment and the British High Commission.
Impressed by 3Invest’s activities within the Nigerian Real Estate Market, especially through its Media and Advocacy Platforms, 3Invest has been selected to engage with UK experts in the areas of difficulties working with local contractors, potential areas of collaborating with small businesses, areas in which Nigeria’s Real Estate will benefit from UK technical support and how to do business with 3Invest.
Speaking regarding the invitation 3Invest Managing Director Ruth Obih, said they are humbled by this invitation and will leave no stone unturned in ensuring that all aspects of the Real Estate development circle receive adequate attention. “For us, it is a call to service. It is testimony that Nigeria’s Real Estate is attracting the right attention. If you recall, the theme for Real Estate Unite Conference and Awards 2012 is ‘Jumpstarting Nigeria’s Real Estate for Global Investment’, since then, we have seen appreciable foreign interests in our market and this is another feather in the cap. We can only give our best.”
3Invest invites actors within Nigeria’s Real Estate Market to this event. For details and invite, contact Yemi on 08099991603 or email [email protected].
Date: Thursday 7th March 2013
Time: 8 AM
Venue: Four Points by Sheraton, Plot 9/10 Block 2 Oniru Chieftancy Estate, Victoria Island, Lagos