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Organised by Heeds & Field Resources Ltd


by Heeds & Field Resources Ltd

Afriexporter Magazine

Afriexporter MagazineTM is a bi-monthly publication dedicated to exporters and comes with packaged information on how to start, manage and grow your export featuring markets and industry profiles, expert advice on finance, foreign exchange, freight and international marketing.

Our target market focuses on manufacturing, commodities, services and merchants exporters, MSMEs targeting the export market, logistics and trade support firms, shipping and airlines, haulage services providers, freight forwarders, inspection agents, business consultants, investors, Nigeria shippers council, commercial desks of foreign embassies and missions, multilateral and international agencies, trade support institutions, commercial banks and other trade finance institutions.

Afriexporter MagazineTM stands as a pacesetter in this fast moving industry. We pride ourselves as Nigeria’s leading publication in export covering areas such as Trade finance and financial institutions, Regional news on export, Logistics, Insurance, Legal issues, Institute and export quality research, Export information and trends, Stakeholders, Featuring markets, Blast from the past, Featuring markets, Agribusiness, Afri-travel; our magazine features the heavyweights in the industry to set you at the forefront of it all.

Afriexporter MagazineTM has a targeted readership of  over 10,000 not only in Nigeria or Africa but it extends to the rest of the world which shows that we get noticed…


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