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OUR ORIGINS

”A General Meeting of US Companies doing business in Nigeria in May 2005, unanimously endorsed the need for an American Business Council (ABC) which, operating like a “think tank”, will focus on policy issues and practical implementation steps in support of Nigerian public and private sector leadership as well as ongoing reform initiatives in the country. It is designed to bring ABC’s Nigerian based resources combined with the US support, to bear on selected issues and reform initiatives that show potential for WIN/WIN results in Nigeria’s quest for stable economic development. It is envisioned that ABC will make a significant impact on the investment environment and Nigeria’s future economic development.”

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American Business Council
The voice of American Business in Nigeria (Read more on About Us)

Business Advocacy

Business Advocacy
We create strategic engagement and partnerships with relevant stakeholders on policy, legal and regulatory issues that will improve the ease of doing business.

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Membership
We represent the interest of American Companies in Nigeria, support sustainable socio-economic reform initiatives in Nigeria and promote growth in trade and investment between Nigeria and the United States.

Trade and Investment

Trade and Investment
We are committed to continually shaping current and future US-Nigeria trade and investment for mutual economic growth and prosperity.

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Africa’s Digital Innovation Competition

As part of the 2022 Digital Economy Summit, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s U.S.-Africa Business Center (USAfBC) in conjunction with AmChams across Africa, is hosting its annual Digital Innovation Competition for African Startups. The competition is targeted towards Digital SMEs and startups that are looking to facilitate the delivery of digital, cross-border, interoperable, and cross-domain […]

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Mr RICHARD (DICK)

MR. RICHARD DICK KRAMER

Dick Kramer is Chairman of African Capital Alliance (ACA), an investment management firm that pioneered the management of private equity investments in high potential sectors of the West African economy. ACA has ;to date, raised over US$1.2 billion in managed funds.Dick came to Nigeria in 1978 to launch Arthur Andersen & Co. as Managing Partner after similar roles in Benelux and Latin America. The two successor firms – KPMG Professional Services and Accenture – are today’s leading Nigerian firms in accounting, tax and management consultancy. Dick trained in accountancy at Kansas University (1956) and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School before joining Arthur Andersen in 1958. During his career, he worked in all areas of the firm’s practice and in the US, Latin America, Middle East, Europe and India, as well as Africa

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Events

2nd Economic Update: Multisectoral Impact of Emerging Technologies and Best Options For Their Adoption

On 23rd of August 2022 at Pier Habour by SRS in Lagos Nigeria. The American Business Council of Nigeria (ABC) hosted its 2nd Economic update themed “Multisectoral Impact of Emerging Technologies and Best Options for their Adoption.” in partnership with Lagos Business school, Pan Atlantic University, and was sponsored by Flutterwave. The event featured a […]

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West Africa Oil and Gas Conference #OTC2022

American Business Council Nigeria, American Chamber of Commerce in Ghana American Chamber of Commerce in Senegal, and the US Chamber of Commerce will hold a West Africa Oil Gas Forum on the 3rd of May with focus on “ Search of Investment in the wake of Energy Transition at the #otc2022 . Many thanks to […]

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Edo State Investment Summit

The American Business Council hosted the Edo State Investment Summit, themed “Why invest in Edo State” in collaboration with the Edo State Investment Promotion Office (ESIPO) and supported by SvS Nigeria and IDH on the 26th of April from 9 am – 12 pm at The Envoy in Abuja. The Investment Promotion summit was designed […]

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IP Symposium 2022

The U.S. Mission in collaboration with the American Business Council, hosted the second edition of its Intellectual Property (IP) Symposium on the 25th and 26th of April themed “Intellectual Property and Youth: Innovating for a Better Future,”. Nigerian youths are critical players in providing solutions, as seen in innovation hubs and startups across the country. […]

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