UBA to give 20% discount on services, products at Trade Fair
The united bank for Africa (UBA) as the headline partner of the 2019 Lagos International Trade Fair in collaboration with The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is set to provide discounted services to visitors and exhibitors at the annual Lagos International Trade Fair.
Speaking to journalist at a press conference towards the trade fair, Tony Anele, UBA’s group head, consumer and retail banking stated that the bank, with its strategic reach across Africa and other major economies of the world, was always on the lookout for partnership opportunities that would benefit the business environment and the economies of its areas of operation.
“a branch will be available at the fair which will provide all the products and services the bank has to offer as well as simplifying payments with different currencies.” He said the bank will provide a discount of 20 percent on all its products and services for all the participants at the fair.
According to him, the partnership would offer the bank the opportunity to showcase its array of products to its new customers, adding that the bank would set up stands at various points to serve its customers and attend to various concerns.
He said “UBA has successfully put in place a solution that takes care of all the payment issues that we have within Africa. It was strategic that we were opening locations across different regions in Africa , operating different currencies therefore the backend currency exchange issue will be handled expertly despite regulatory challenges”
Gabriel Idahosa vice president of the LCCI Said the trade fair revolves around connecting and creating values for businesses as well as exhibitors.
“UBA will be using this unique platform that is intended to grow both domestic and international trade, it further presents participants and visitors with opportunities to seal medium and top business deals” Idahosa said.
“UBA has always been on the lookout for partnership opportunities that will benefit the business environment and the economies where it operates”
The 33rd edition of the annual Trade Fair will commence from Friday the 1st of November to Sunday the 10th of November at the Tafawa Balewa Square Lagos in an exhibition space of about 40,000 square meters and 2,000 expected exhibitors out of which 200 are foreigners from about 16 countries. The fair is expected to provide an avenue for networking and other business opportunities that can boost business activities in Lagos and Nigeria.