Naijalink represents the Larive Group in Nigeria. Together we support our clients with business intelligence, market entry and growth strategies, implementation, post-entry services, Public Private Partnerships, grants and finance.
Naijalink is led by the motto ‘Understand the market, meet your clients, and enter the market’. The local team is managed by Thessa Brongers-Bagu and assisted by Chioma Sylvia Okoye.
Nigerian market prospect:
The Nigerian authorities will fail to effectively deal with a range of challenges to political and economic stability. The economy will emerge from 2016’s recession only slowly, negatively affected by policy deficiencies (particularly pertaining to the naira currency) and the weak oil sector. Uncertainty over the health of the president, Muhammadu Buhari, risks distracting policy-making and could create a power vacuum were he to spend further periods abroad seeking treatment as in early 2017. (Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit 2017)
Promising sectors for western companies include: Aquaculture, Poultry, Dairy & Meat, Feed & Ingredients, Oil & Gas and Energy.