Expect top-quality products at Exhibition’- BTN Convener

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The executive director of BrandTell Nigeria, Denike Fagbemi, has allayed customers fears of substandard product sales at the forthcoming Sales Exhibition for small and medium-sized enterprises in Lagos.

Speaking ahead of the three-day event, set to hold on June 10-12, in Ebute Ikorodu, she stated that the exhibition will “feature an array of suppliers and sellers showcasing their products, allowing shoppers to access a wide range of goods with great quality.”

Denike, who is also the convener of BrandTell Nigeria Business Network (BTN) -a dynamic network for brand owners in diverse sectors across Nigeria- disclosed that the exhibition is in fulfillment of the brand’s commitment to satisfy customers’ needs.

“Shoppers will have access to a plethora of discounted products without worrying about heavy prices. The event is expected to showcase a diverse range of products, from electronics to fashion and household items among others,” she said.

“The event will also serve as a platform for local businesses to network with potential clients. It provides a rare opportunity for businesses to reach a wider market and establish brand affinity, with attendees expected to come from various industries nationwide.”

“Many local businesses are also expected to benefit greatly from the event, which is the second edition, because it will enable them to expand their customer base and reach a larger market. The BTN Sales Exhibition is a promising opportunity for local businesses to increase sales, generate revenue, and ultimately contribute to the growth and development of the Nigerian economy,” she said.

As of press time, the exhibition -projected to house more than 4000 attendants- has received endorsements from diverse celebrities in different sectors and chieftains in Lagos state. Also, stall payment -N80,000 for a stall and N60,000 for half stall- covers canopy provision, tables and chairs. With maximum security and cleaning services assured, the exhibition is billed to become the largest and most sold-out in Ikorodu’s history.

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