Welcome to Halal Expo Nigeria

fair . festival . conference

14 - 16

abuja trade and convention center

About halal expo nigeria

Nigeria has over 100 million Muslim population which makes it an ideal marketplace and a place worth trillions of Dollars. The Halal industry now spans across food processing, food service, cosmetics, personal care, pharmaceuticals & logistics industries and expanding further into lifestyle offerings including Halal travel & hospitality services.

As the Halal movement gains traction, the global industry sets its sights on Nigeria’s growing demand for Shariah-compliant goods. Home to one of the world’s largest Muslim population next to Indonesia, India, Nigeria does have one of the world’s most viable Halal markets.

Halal markets have grown from Halal food to new areas like Halal cosmetics, Halal logistics, Halal fashion, and Muslim-friendly tour and travel services. Islamic finance, relatively a mature interest-free market that caters to the Muslim consumer, has estimated the total assets of shariah-compliant products across the world.

exhibitors profile

why exhibit?

Showcase your products and projects to global and regional business community.

Find new dealers and investors from numerous sector such as food and beverages, tourism and accommodation, finance, education, cosmetics and pharmaceutical etc.

Meet key decision makers from Turkey, Middle East, Central and Western Europe, Balkan Region and Africa with the powerful international Hosted Buyer Program.

Obtain an opportunity to increase your trade share in the Halal sector with a volume of 4 trillion dollars.

Meet Halal industry players and size the opportunity to profit from common interest.

Benefit from the presence of the most influential international media.

overview of halal expo nigeria

First in Africa
Country Pavilion
Nigeria State Pavilion


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HALAL EXPO NIGERIA  2020 has been postponed to 14th-16th SEPTEMBER, 2021 from its original date  of 8TH TO 10TH of June, 2020

This difficult decision was reached after extensive consultations with the industry on the effect of the COVID – 19 outbreak on Travel all across the globe, and the overall impact it would have on the event.

As organisers of the HALAL EXPO NIGERIA 2020, we take safety and  safe guarding the health and well being  of our Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Visitors as top priority, as well as providing an optimum environment  to conduct businesses.

Our focus is to provide our Exhibitors, Conference Organisers, Media partners and registered visitors with the support they require as result of the decision.

As we well know, this pandemic is being managed by the Ministry of Health, The Centres for Disease Control, and various other ministries under the presidential Committee on COVID – 19.

We shall continue to work in partnership with all the relevant Government Authorities and Agencies and take the necessary measures in accordance to the latest Advisories published by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Commerce.

The ABUJA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, ACCI, as a grade A chamber of Commerce, has built a global reputation over the past 40 years and has strong affiliations with over 70 countries in 30 sectors. We Appreciate your commitment and the efforts  and commitments of both our indigenous and international buyers who had looked forward to attending the show in July.

We hope to have your continued support for the new date.

May we also take this opportunity to offer our sincere sympathies to those who have been affected by the virus in Europe, Asia, America, Africa and every other great Continent.

We look forward to seeing you in September 2021.

Yours Sincerely,