Currently, 16% of Nigeria’s GDP is from retail. That is according to Ali Djire, who views the sector as one of the many new frontiers that is rapidly growing and ripe for investment by both local and international investors.
That will be the main topic for discussion at the upcoming West Africa Property Investment Summit (WAPI), a two-day event in Lagos, Nigeria to be held November 15-16, 2018. The summit will delve into matters Artificial Intelligence (AI), cutting-edge technology, and big data; and how the multi-billion dollar retail market in Nigeria could leverage on them.
The retail market in Nigeria has a lot of room for growth; especially when you consider how big a population the West African nation has yet a lot of investors salivating after this market, often miss to make their mark. That has mainly been attributed to missed or misjudged opportunity due to lack of relevant, actionable, and useful data.
Nigeria has a Robust Retail market
Ali Djire, the country head of Fraym and an emerging thought leader in the field, firmly believes that for a successful run in the retail market in Nigeria. One …read more