Delegates from the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce (NACC).departed Nigeria to the United States of America on a Trade Mission across the states of Washington, Virginia, and Maryland.
The ten-day mission from April 30th to May 10th fostered engagements between member SMEs and MSMEs in Nigeria and the United States, further harnessing the opportunities available for economic collaborations.
An engagement during the mission had senior executives from the private sector seeking knowledge on the process of rental and acquisition of properties in the U.S. which continues to be a valuable investment.
Delegates had conversations with officials from the Palmer Farms and John Deere Atlantic Tractors in Maryland.
Delegates also had the priviledge of visiting the White House, the United States Capitol, Maryland State House amongst others.
The Intercontinental Business Roundtable was held with a Member of the Washington D.C. House of Reps. – Oye Oyewole, the Mayor of Upper Marlboro – Sarah Franklin, and an officials from Prince George’s Community Credit Union.
The Select USA, was one of the many highpoints of the just concluded mission.
Operated by the U.S. Government to facilitate connections between businesses seeking to invest in the United States, the event had Representatives from each of the fifty states in attendance.
The Nigerian Delegation to Select USA was led by the U.S. Consul General, Mr. Will Stevens, while the NACC Delegation was led by Violet Abdulkadir.
The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce Trade Mission(s) to the United States remains a commitment in promoting the development of trade, commerce, and investments between the public and private sectors of both regions.
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