TBL Expo is West Africa’s premier event for Tyres, Batteries, Lubricants & Workshop equipment
TBL Expo provides free access to CPD-accredited workshops, keynotes, live demonstration sessions and exclusive networking opportunities to its attendees including dealers & wholesalers, distributors, repair workshops, service centers, fleet owners, workshop & garages, car dealers & authorized service stations, associations, government bodies and academia.
In 2020, we are bringing you an event which you cannot miss!
VENUE: Landmark Exhibition Centre, Lagos
DATES: 28 – 30 September 2020
AFRICA’S LARGEST ECONOMY AND THE GATEWAY TO WEST AFRICA AND BEYOND
Nigeria, Africa’s largest oil exporter, has a $397.27bn economy that is forecast to grow 2% annually in the near term according to the World Bank. Africa’s most populous nation has around 200 million people
that account for about 47% of West Africa’s population. With an annual population growth of 2.6% a year, the U.S. Census Bureau forecasts there will be an estimated 402 million people in Nigeria in 2050.
On 7 July 2019, Nigeria signed the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) treaty. AfCFTA, with about 1.2 billion people and a GDP of around US$2.5 trillion, promises to be the largest trading bloc in the world. There are currently 54 vehicle companies registered for assembly in Nigeria, with 28 of these companies in production. A report released by PWC concluded that locally assembled or produced vehicles could hit 6,866,000 units by 2050 in a rapid growth scenario, 4,162,000 in medium or 1,803,000 in slow growth.
Currently, 80% of Nigeria’s goods, passengers and petroleum products are transported by road. According to Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), in 2018 the country had a total of 11.7 million vehicles, with commercial vehicles accounting for 6.8 million.
WHO WILL YOU MEET AT THE SHOW
The right platform to maximize your ROI. Our goal is to provide exhibitors, sponsors, visitors and the industries they represent with an effective opportunity to meet, do business, network and learn.
The following measures will be used to attract decision makers and stakeholders to the show.
As part of the detailed marketing strategy, billboards about the event will be placed in high traffic areas.
As part of the detailed marketing strategy, newspaper adverts about the event will be placed in leading dailies in Nigeria including Guardian, Punch, Vanguard & This Day.