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Alvan Blanch

Alvan Blanch is a British manufacturing and project engineering company with a global outlook, specialising in the design, production and supply of quality machines and integrated systems for the primary and secondary processing of agricultural produce and waste materials.

We are proud of the reputation we have gained over more than 60 years for the quality of our innovative and reliable products and for the personal service that we give to all of our customers.

An exceptionally wide product range encompasses stages of mechanical processing for most of the world’s crops, varying in scale from individual machines to large-scale industrial projects.

Fidelity Bank

Fidelity Bank is a full-fledged commercial bank operating in Nigeria, with over 4.2million customers serviced across its 231business offices and various digital banking channels.

Focused on select niche corporate banking sectors as well as Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), the Bank is rapidly implementing a digital based retail banking strategy which resulted in exponential growth in savings deposits.

The Bank has presence in the major cities in Nigeria and has relationships with a network of off-shore financial institutions. Fidelity recently won accolades as the Best SME Friendly Bank, Best in Mobile Banking, the Most Improved Corporate/Investment Bank.




NABG is an organized private sector platform working together to grow Nigeria's agricultural economy, creating jobs and lifting millions out of poverty. It’s investments cut across the entire value chain from input to output markets, export markets, equipment and consumer foods manufacturing.

It strives to engage government at all levels in setting policy directions and regulatory reforms to enable sustainable inclusive socio-economic growth. Together, it is helping to ensure food security and nutrition, creating systemic linkages between small, medium and large agribusiness enterprises.

It is working together as stakeholders in agriculture to diversify the economy of Nigeria away from oil and gas towards agricultural industrialisation. It recognises our role as the engine of economic growth with government creating the enabling environment for agribusinesses to thrive.

It represents the faces of agribusiness in Nigeria, speaking with a unified voice to identify and provide solution options to resolve issues and challenges and to identify new opportunities for sustainable growth. It recognises that farmers are the largest private sector group in Nigeria.


Established since 2017, The Senegal UK Chamber of Commerce/UK Senegal Business Council(SENUKCHAM), non for-profit organization,is the largest UK-Senegal business and bilateral trade platform, principal advocate of the interests of its members operating in Senegal or in the UK.

As a business network hub, SENUKCHAM is committed to assisting, supporting and enabling its members to establish and building business networks and gain new business contacts. Affiliated to several private and government institutions, SENUKCHAM aims to promote, foster and maintain strong trade and business links between Senegal and the United Kingdom by giving its members access to a high profile, high quality and a diverse network with access to local and international resources, expertise and key information to support business expansion and business growth.