All hands are already on deck as the 2018 Nigerian Brands Carnival and Trade Exhibition is set to be held in at the Johnson Jakande Tinubu Park Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos, on the 29th March-April 8, 2018.
The Nigerian Brands Carnival, a trademarked platform of Brands Carnival Project Development Nigeria Limited, is coming against the backdrop of a comparatively tough business environment, where entrepreneurs have gone on to create exceptional brands of product and services that are largely qualitative, but unfortunately, generally unknown and under-rewarded.
It is in this reality that the Nigerian Brands Carnival was created as a proactive response to the need for Nigerians to celebrate, promote and patriotically support MADE IN NIGERIA.
According to the organizers, “The Nigerian Brand Carnival is the uncommon campaign and reward platform that gives corporations and entrepreneurs the opportunity to tell their stories, share their experience and collaborate to support Nigerian products and services, whilst recounting concerns with public policy crafters and governments on the need to prioritize support for Made in Nigeria.
“In this maiden edition, we are targeting a corporate gathering of 774 brands from across the 774 Local Government Areas of Nigeria at a 7-day event consisting of an EXHIBITION, CHARITY SOCCER MATCH, SALES, MUSICAL PERFORMANCES, AWARD PRESENTATIONS, COMEDY SHOW, ENTERPRENUERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE, NETWORKING DINNER and the launching of FACE OF MADE IN NIGERIA.”
“Our focus is to deliver a Nigerian Brands Carnival that truly reflects possibilities in the country for its entire people; by leading the call to action, celebrating and rewarding those that have brazed the trail, whilst delivering a world-class event to the enchantment of all stakeholders. The expressions of interest are coming in and our working team has been assembled – already striving to deliver the country an exceptional event that promises to inspire, entertain and challenge you, focusing the spotlight on amazing and industrious capacity of Nigerians.”