The Trade Fair which is designed to showcase and promote locally made products in Nigeria will bring together an array of indigenous manufacturers, government agencies and companies from across the geo-political regions in Nigeria to showcase their products, generate leads, increase visibility and interact with customers and buyers.
The 10-day event will encourage partnerships, joint venture initiatives, and improvement in quality goods production, packaging and service delivery and further enhance cooperation between Oyo State, manufacturers and other stakeholders from within and outside Nigeria.
Oyo Mega Trade Fair 2013 will equally encourage local content development; facilitate Trade interactions; showcase small and medium Enterprise (SME) potentials for co-operation; and equally promote non-oil products and services for export with a view to promoting competitiveness and recognition in the global market.
With more than 1000 corporate organizations, government agencies, trade associations, marketing consultants, foreign participants; and over 300,000 visitors, Oyo Mega Trade Fair is envisioned to be the largest domestic trade fair in Nigeria.
According to Mr Delight Owoyemi, ‘no government anywhere in the world can provide all the needs of a society alone any longer’. He said the Oyo Mega Trade Fair will orchestrate the recruitment of none less than 800 graduates by the companies that will be participating at the fair in August. This will further compliment the recent job creation scheme of Senator Abiola Ajimobi which provided jobs for some 20,000 youths in the State.
Adequate preparation is ongoing for marketing, publicity, security, accommodation, transportation, and most importantly, flashy strategies to drive about 300,000 visitors to attend this fair holding in the ancient city of Ibadan well known for hospitality.
Qualified and employable graduates can call 08088824222 or 07034776777 or send resume to The Trade Fair Manager, [email protected].