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Nigerian-German Business Association

We are a non-profit member organisation made up of German and Nigerian owned business enterprises.  The central objective and interest of the Association is to foster and strengthen business relations between both countries.  The NGBA is a purely private sector driven association with more than 400 German and Nigerian member companies. German-Nigerian business relations date back decades.

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We have a wide range of services and benefits for our Members and visitors to Nigeria.

We bring all the services you need for bi-lateral trade and relations together under one roof. We also provide targeted and bespoke services to meet specific needs. Whether you are interested in participating in bi-lateral trade or seeking wider business opportunities, we can put you in touch with the right contacts.


To qualify for membership an in depth credit report is undertaken or a credible recommendation or reference requested.

Our partners &  members include the following; Nigerian companies, German companies, Nigerian-German owned enterprises, Nigerian professionals & service providers, NGO’s, Chamber of Commerce….

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We organize exclusive, sector related business networking events, including large forums coordinated by us with other partner organisation. To see our events please use the Event Calender

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The German Dual Vocational Training Partnership (DVT). With Nigeria was initiated by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and steered by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) Giessen-Friedberg in Partnership with Nigerian Private Sector.

DVT aims at improving vocational education quality in Nigeria by a better combination of theory and practices, thereby providing employment and reducing the poverty level amongst the Nigerian youth

The program due to its success in the first phase has received an approval for another three years (December 2015 – December 2018) to train more Nigerian Youth in the following key vocations.



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