General Information

Admission to the exhibition is for trade visitors only.

The exhibition is open from Tuesday 25th September 2018 to Thursday 27th September 2018 from 10:00 – 17:00.

You can register here for your FREE entry. 

Children under the age of 16 will not be admitted.

ATM machines are available at the venue of the landmark centre.

There will be parking available at the Landmark Centre, however during the exhibition period spaces may be limited. 

Hard Rock Café and Shiro (Japanese restaurant) are located at the premises, Casper and Gambini’s is also a short car/taxi ride away.  

The Landmark Centre is wheelchair friendly with a ramp and roller shutter doors available at the premises (Height: 4m, Width: 5m).

Smoking within the Landmark Centre premises is not permitted in accordance with regulations. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas.

Taxis will be available at the venue

If you are taking a personal car you will need to: Drive past Eko Hotel and get unto Ajose Adeogun Road where Zenith Bank is headquartered. Get to the end of the Road; turn right on Water Corporation Road and continue driving down. You will reach a sign on the left directing you towards Landmark Centre

Taxis are the only means of public transport that we would recommend.

Please be advised that there are no childcare facilities in the exhibition venue. Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to enter the exhibition.

The Organisers reserve the right to refuse admission. The Organisers reserve the right to order the expulsion of any person whose conduct in their opinion renders this course of action necessary. Canvassing for orders by unauthorised persons is prohibited and will necessitate expulsion. No handbills or placards may be affixed to the building or site area. No materials, printed or otherwise, may be distributed inside or outside the venue without prior express permission of the Organisers.

If you require any further information, you could contact the Landmark Centre on the below

Telphone: +234 (0)700 777 7777

Nigeria's International Airports: Murtala Mohammed International Airport (Airport code: LOS) located at the north-west of the city of Lagos, and is the main entry point into Nigeria for foreign visitors. Nigeria has several other major airports, including Kano in the North and Abuja (the capital in Central Nigeria).

The best way to travel in Nigeria is by hiring a private taxi or a chauffeur driven car. Driving yourself is not advised due to the limited road signage in the area. Taxis can be hired from the roadside and chauffeur driven limousines are available at airports and most hotels. A target price would be in the region of N1500 per hour (approximately $10) with a two-hour maximum if going to more than one destination.

Drinking Water

It is recommended to only consume water from sealed water bottles. Most hotels provide a courtesy bottle to guests.



A high majority of hotels in Nigeria require you to pay before providing you with your room key. Typically, you are requested to pay 125% of the room rate after which you will be refunded upon your departure. It is advised to pay your bill using cash instead of card as some hotels use their own currency exchange rate resulting in a higher total cost. 

*Population                          195.8 million

Currency                                 Nigerian Naira

Official Langauge               English

Calling Code                         +234

Time Zone                               UTC+01:00

Capital City                             Abuja


*Correct as of June 2018