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Exhibitions have become a common ground for showcasing products and services in Nigeria. Year after year, not less than 500 different kinds of exhibitions take place, generating an increase in consumer engagement, product penetration, and worthwhile networking amongst service providers.

There are industry-specific exhibitions which are most common, e.g. Pharmaceuticals, Fashion, Art, Engineering, Construction, and Manufacturing but there are also those that take upon different industries under one roof and that is where the SME ECONOMY Exhibition draws its uniqueness from.

As the summer of 2016 winds down, Emvirtue will debut its SME Economy Conference/Exhibition on the 17th of September. The exhibition part of the conference will be the biggest SME focused exhibition in 2016.

The SME Economy Exhibition has been designed to focus on innovation with 100 exhibition spaces for SMEs with creative and innovative products and services. This has been deliberately focused because of the belief by the organisers that Africa will only emerge from its third world status through the oxygenation of young business startups and entrepreneurs to create innovation.

Nigeria has to be the country to lead the #InnovateAfrica campaign for all of the reasons that have become obvious even to the blind. It is based on that knowledge that Emvirtue is leading the advocacy to empower entrepreneurs through government intervention, private sector participation and media engagement.

The SME Economy Conference/Exhibition intends to shoot out these three gaps and help create a system that works. Entrepreneurs can very well take advantage of this platform and get out there to the big market. There are hotlines available to attend to questions – 08067119142, 08182865863, 08023525104.

There are hotlines available to attend to questions – 08067119142, 08182865863, 08023525104. To know more about Emvirtue, log on to


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This article was first published on 27th June 2016


Emmanuel Ezima is the CEO of Emvirtue – a company he founded as a youth corp member many years ago. He has had his stint in corporate Nigeria and now is settled to build up Emvirtue to a global brand. He trains corporate organisations and facilitates on topics cutting across Corporate Communications, Workplace Attitude Management, Corporate Culture, Personal Branding and Image Management.

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