Nigerian-German Chamber of Commerce

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The Nigerian-German Chamber of Commerce formerly known as the Nigerian-German Business Association and Nigerian-German Business Council was established on the 15th of October 1986 by the following interest groups:

  • Representatives of the German business community in Nigeria
  • The DGIC (Delegation of German Industry and Commerce)/AHK Nigeria
  • The German Embassy
  • The Nigerian-German Chamber of Commerce (NGCC) is a non-profit membership organization made up of German and Nigerian owned business enterprises. The NGCC is a private sector driven chamber of commerce and the cardinal objective is to foster bilateral business relationships between the two countries.
  • The NGCC offers a variety of general and sector based specific services to members and the general business community for business growth and profitability.
To inform and educate the business community of trade and business opportunities in Nigeria and Germany.
To facilitate professional interaction and exchange that encourages bilateral business and investments.
To organize, promote or participate in events such as seminars, workshops, and conferences for the exchange of information and ideas and for networking opportunities.
To strengthen the development of bi-lateral relations and economic interactions and to foster and promote trade and investment between the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Germany.
To promote cultural and social exchanges for the benefit of both countries

To become a member, you must have a registered company. Download and complete the Chamber’s membership application form with your details and submit required documents for processing. Read More