In International Partnership

Enterprise Europe Network partners in Spain and in Nigeria draw attention on business opportunities from clients looking for partners. Have a look on their profile and business offers:

Spain

  1. Spanish SME specialized in Visible Light Communications (VLC) technology wants to enter new markets with their developer-oriented device based on LED light modulation, through licence/ distribution services/joint venture agreements
  2. Spanish SME specialized in web development wants to enter new markets through commercial agency agreement
  3. Spanish goat cheese producer seeks distributors based in Italy, France, Denmark, Netherlands and Portugal

Nigeria

We have commissioned the first Minigrid for a community called Gbamugbamu in Ogun State since 2018. From a population of about 3,500 people or 350-400 Households, it has grown to over 5,000 people and over 500 households. The electricity is 24/7.

We are looking to expanding to more communities in the SouthWest of Nigeria, and we will welcome partnerships and cooperation to be able to achieve this. We are happy to receive grants, however, we are also willing to work with investors. Another possibility is to provide design, build and manage services for any organization or communities that want to build minigrids. We will be willing to work in other states of Nigeria with acceptable security.

If you are interested for a first contact with one of these companies, send an e-mail to jpm@beci.be.

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