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Lagos Gift and Stationery Fair (LGSF) coming this September

In September 2013, over 40 top grossing businesses and more than 1000 enthusiastic business minded men and women that have one thing in common, exciting gifts and quality stationery, will gather under one roof. They will be informed, networked and treated to new products and service trends. They will enjoy products and services from the over 8 related industry segments present, source for new ideas on Corporate Gifts and Premiums, maximize their time and resources at the Lagos Gift and Stationery Fair by meeting and conducting business with quality industry suppliers over an eventful day.

Lagos Gift and Stationery Fair (LGSF) is a public trade event dedicated to showcasing stationery, printed and non printed office supplies, office equipment and furniture, corporate gifts, premiums and lifestyle products and services. To be attended by trade buyers and corporate visitors, LGSF is the only event in Lagos that will boast the largest audience of purchasers, corporate and marketing professionals.

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