Are you stuck in the 70’s or 80’s with the perception that doing business with Nigeria is an impossible adventure, unfriendly, isolated, or unprofitable? Take another look! Things are rapidly changing, and there are now new opportunities opening in what was previously a government dominated by the military, and unfriendly to foreign investors. The successful transition to the first-ever civilian conducted elections in this country marks the beginning of a new era of golden opportunities in one of the largest markets in the world, and the largest market in Africa. The civilian government, which was recently returned to office for a second term, have already instituted, and promised to create an environment conducive to foreign investments in the country by lowering tariffs, trade barriers, and committed to providing American businesses with expanded import and export access to the Nigerian market

Our Areas of


  • High technology industries
  • Agro and allied business and industry;
  • Environmental products, services and technology (waste management, soil, air and water pollution control and remediation);
  • Forestry and timber industry;
  • Science and technology, research and education and;
  • Commercial and residential real estate development;
  • Telecommunication;
  • Transportation services, equipment and supplies;
  • Infrastructure planning and development (road construction, sewage systems, water supply, electric power generation);
  • Health care services (hospital equipment and supplies);
  • Mineral resources mining (gold, diamond, uranium, zinc, emeralds); and
  • Tourism