Attention: Don’t miss out on our side event happening at Africa Works! 2024 on April 23rd at the Royal Tropical Institute – KIT in Amsterdam. Participation in this session is completely free of charge. Interested in joining the full-day programme? Register now by clicking here.

As part of Africa Works! 2024 conference, themed ‘Africa’s Green Industrialisation/Made in Africa‘, we are delighted to invite you to the country-focused session on Nigeria. The session will delve into the theme “Nigeria’s Investment Potential: Exploring Opportunities in Agro and Solar Sector”. To provide a comprehensive overview of the investment landscape in Nigeria, the session will have a particular focus on the agricultural and solar sectors. Attendees can expect insightful discussions on the current state of these sectors in Nigeriaemerging trendsinvestment opportunities, challenges, and potential strategies for sustainable growth and development. The event will feature insightful speakers from both sector, Q&A sessions and networking opportunities, offering participants valuable insights and actionable takeaways to capitalise on the investment potential present in Nigeria’s agro and solar sectors.


  • To showcase the investment potential and opportunities in the Solar and Agro sector in Nigeria.
  • To facilitate networking and partnership opportunities between Dutch Solar and Agro businesses and Nigerian counterparts.
  • To provide insights into the regulatory environment, market trends, and challenges in the Nigerian Agro and Solar industry.

Join us for the side event “Exploring Opportunities in Nigeria’s Agro and Solar Sectors” at Africa Works! 2024 taking place on the 23rd of April at the Royal Tropical Institute – KIT in AmsterdamAttendance is free! Register here today to secure your spot.

For the programme and speaker overview, please click here

ORGANIZED BY: Consulate-General of The Kingdom of the Netherlands in Nigeria

Conference Organiser

NABC is the leading Dutch networking organization for trade and investment facilitation on the African continent.