QUEENS COMPANY BV. CONNECTING NIGERIA TO THE WORLD & CONNECTING THE WORLD TO NIGERIA
Queens Company B.V. your Gateway to the Nigerian market, Africa's largest economy, Nigeria with a population of more then 200million population,, the population of Nigeria is the largest in Africa and accounts for 47 percent of West Africa’s total population (World Bank report). Nigeria is also the biggest oil exporter in Africa, with the continent’s largest natural gas reserves. Nigeria’s oil wealth has helped it maintain relatively steady economic growth despite recent global financial downturns and is the growing investment destination due to the sheer size of its consumer market,
We are dedicated at developing trade and investment opportunities in Nigeria,
To promote trade and investment from Dutch and European countries with the African Continent and vice versa;
A trustworthy and reliable business partner for entrepreneurs and medium sized companies in both continents; Recognised as the accredited intermediary on behalf of the Nigerian Embasys in Den Haag;
We ensure business relations on basis of reliability, quality of product and service, and “making it happen”;
As we are open to guide and assist any company who wish to do business in Nigeria,
Knowledge expertise connections and business cultures all come together in our consulting services
Queens Company management consulting services, we are fully focus on our clients' most critical issues and opportunities in Nigeria, Our consultants combine deep functional expertise with practical experience, we help our clients identify and implement best practice solutions to address thier unique business challenges in Nigeria, and we provide our clients with consulting services that drive real impact and results is our number one goal…knowledge and expertise, connections, and business cultures all come together in Queens Company BV.
Agriculture will be “Nigeria's new oil”
Hon.Chief Audu Ogbeh Minister Of Agriculture And Rural Development Speaks on the future of Agriculture in Nigeria
Industrial Agriculture Farming
One of our Vision is Grow Nigeria’s agricultural sector and make Nigeria an agriculturally industrialized economy, Repositioning agriculture to drive Nigeria’s economy,
Non- Oil sector
The Ever growing Non-Oil sector of the Nigerian economy is one huge treasure chest that has not drawn the required attention from foreign investors. Queens BV can confidently reveal that more that 70% of goods consumed in Nigeria are imported; sad to say however; that all the necessary raw materials needed to carry out any manufacturing activity is available in Nigeria. All that is required is the will to brave the investment and the guidance which will be readily provided by Queens BV.
There are huge opportunities in converting agricultural produce to manufactured goods in Horticulture, Palm produce, Cocoa, Cassava and even condom production using the vast ocean of rubber that abound. The list is endless. Most importantly is the availability of cheap graduate labor force in Nigeria. The average cost of turning in finished product in Nigeria is 18 percent less cost of power. Queens Company have a sound knowledge of the investment portfolio coupled with a crop of seasoned engineers, scientists, marketers on ground who are at your beck and call.
From the pinnacle of the oil industry in Nigeria to its depth in Agricultural resources, Queens Company is ever ready to welcome investors in any field to Nigeria and we mean real business.
Queens Company BV Eindhoven is an experienced business partner consultant, mediator and ombudsman. With a broad background in partnerships, mediation, general management, and business marketing between European companies and Nigerian companies, having been involved in numerous partnerships projects in Nigeria,
Our key goal is to make Nigeria the best place to invest with fast growing economy. our various lines of activities are pointers to our readiness to guide all investors from cradle to grave.
Queens Company management consulting services, we are fully focus on our clients' most critical issues and opportunities in Nigeria,
Our consultants combine deep functional expertise with practical experience, we help our clients identify and implement best practice solutions to address thier unique business challenges in Nigeria, and we provide our clients with consulting services that drive real impact and results is our number one goal…
knowledge and expertise, connections, and business cultures all come together in Queens Company bv..
Nigeria’s potential of Agriculture is barely being tapped, as the country is unable to meet the ever growing demand for agriculture produce. Though this sector remains one of the largest employer of the country’s labor still there is a serious requirement of investment to enhance production and increase the sector’s contribution to the GDP.
Solid Minerals: Nigeria is richly endowed with a variety of solid minerals of various categories ranging from precious metals to various precious stones and industrial minerals. The Nigerian Extractive Industries and Transparency Initiative (NEITI) reported that there are about 40 different kinds of solid minerals and precious metals buried in Nigerian soil waiting to be exploited.
Why invest in Nigeria:
Nigeria has enormous resources, most of which are yet to be fully exploited. They include mineral, agricultural and human resources.
Large Market: Nigeria offers the market in sub-Saharan Africa, The Nigerian market potential also stretches into the growing West African sub-region.
Political Stability: Nigeria offers stable political environment.
Free Market Economy: The Government has created a favorable climate for business and industrial ventures. Administrative and bureaucratic procedures have been greatly streamlined. The Government has put in place policies and programmes that guarantee a free market economy.
Robust Private Sector:
Hospital Equipments and Supplies
Opportunities in the Medical Sector
For Trade & Investment
• Specialist hospitals, trauma centers, diagnostic centers and mobile clinics
• Pharmaceutical manufacturing –generic drugs eg. ARDs, ACTs, rapid diagnostic test kits (HIV, malaria), infant and maternal care technologies and products
• Central medical library, reference laboratories for quality assurance, and undergraduate and post graduate training institutions @DiscoverForums Entry Barriers
• Import of medical formulations falling under HS Code 3003 and 3004 prohibited.
• NAFDAC regulates food, drugs and medical devices and require products to be registered prior to import
• Import tariff on most drugs, vitamins and supplements is 20%
• There is a zero duty on medical devices
Renewable and alternative Energy
Nigeria is attracting investors into its energy infrastructure with focus on Wind, water, solar and biomass energy, sustainable and environmentally friendly. In order to be able to produce energy from these sources in the most comprehensive and efficient way, new technologies need to be enhanced as quickly as possible – a task that requires technical expertise and a pioneering spirit.
The Nigerian Government has put in place a number of investment incentives for the stimulation of private sector investment from within and outside the country. While some of these incentives cover all sectors, other are limited to some specific sectors. The nature and application of these incentives have been considerably simplified.