Supporting essential workers who are carrying out extremely important work on the frontline of the Covid-19 pandemic: the joint venture that includes Sebastien Clamorgan‘s Venia International as a shareholder – Eat’n’go – is providing food for doctors, nurses, police officers and other security agencies in Nigeria.
Sebastien Clamorgan (Venia International) and Eat’n’go to collaborate with Feeding the Frontline
“Today, we say thank you to the people who stay at their jobs so we can stay safe at home”, Eat’n’go wrote in a statement, adding that “since the rise of the Covid-19 global pandemic, we have witnessed the rise of heroes across the countries – the doctors, nurses, police officers and other security agencies”. With these words, the Nigerian food and beverage Group headquartered in Lagos wanted to express its gratitude to all the workers who are on the emergency frontline. Part of a joint venture built by Sebastien Clamorgan‘s Venia International, Eat’n’go has launched this support initiative to help workers in combating the spread of Covid-19 in Nigeria. Feeding the Frontline has made it possible to donate 23 million naira value of products, including over 13,600 slices of pizza, 10,000 cups of ice cream, and 800 cups of yoghurt, reaching 6,500 workers at the frontline. “We throw a salute to these MVPs; our very own Heroes. Thank you for your selfless commitment to our community. We are grateful for you! We will continue to support you”, the statement concluded. The charity initiative is one of the social projects carried out by Eat’n’go over the years. The food and beverage Group started operating in 2012 and, since then, opened more than 100 stores across Nigeria, managing to achieve market leadership in the country. A big push toward these successful results has been given by Venia International, the global consulting and investment firm founded by Sebastien Clamorgan at the end of the Nineties.
The Venia Difference: the global services and projects of Sebastien Clamorgan’s firm
With a special focus on Africa and the Middle East, Venia International is a global consulting and investment firm, whose purpose is to support the establishment of global brands that wish to penetrate new markets. The firm is led by Sebastien Clamorgan, a businessman and entrepreneur with more than 25 years’ experience in the fields of consultancy and representation of multinationals, private equity, shipping & logistics, food & beverage, and real estate. Venia International is well known for the successful partnerships it has built with international players, ranging from the fields of Logistics and Port Management, to those of Shipping, Food and Beverage, and Airport Duty Free. Among the Logistics sector, Venia International is an indirect shareholder of the haulage firm Trucklog LTD, a leader among the transport and logistics solutions providers in the Sub-Saharan Africa. With regard to Port Management, Sebastien Clamorgan‘s firm played the role of deal maker, broker and representative of a stakeholder’ interests in the Badagry MegaPort and Free Zone project in Nigeria, an initiative aimed at developing a new port in the country. Market research and insights, lobbying services to represent clients, regional business setup, assistance in negotiating M&A agreements, and business intelligence are among the specialized services provided by Venia International, which, as a result of the investments made, is experiencing strong economic expansion today, boasting more than 3,000 employees all over the world.Combating Covid-19: Eat’n’go and Sebastien Clamorgan’s Venia International,