You can join major industry leaders as they set the economic agenda for the country at the 2018 Nigeria Economic Outlook Conference billed to hold in Lagos on the 31st of January. Prominent among the speakers are Austin Okere, the founder of CWG Plc, Olutope Onafowokan is the Managing Director/CEO of Coleman Technical Industries Limited, Dayo Adedayo, Author, Nigeria 2.0 and many others.
A brief profile of @austin_okere , He is the Founder of CWG Plc and an Entrepreneur in Residence at Columbia Business School, where he received special commendation for his mentorship role in innovation and entrepreneurship. pic.twitter.com/ZYaStaaOPq
— NEOC (@NEOC_forum) January 17, 2018
Other expected speakers include the Lead economist for the World Bank in Nigeria, Salvatore Capasso, Professor of Economics at the University of Napoli; Ulrich, Bartsch; Dr Amine Mati of the International Monetary Fund; and the Nigerian Minister for Industry Trade and Investment Okey Enelamah.
— NEOC (@NEOC_forum) December 20, 2017
The Nigeria Economic Outlook Conference is an agenda-setting conference seeking to deepen discussion around economic issues in Nigeria, call for action to spur economic growth, and develop metrics to monitor the development process in Nigeria. It will provide participants with a rich mix of discussions on the many dimensions of Nigeria’s continued relevance in a rapidly changing global economy.
— NEOC (@NEOC_forum) January 16, 2018
The event will focus on the critical questions and ideas around businesses, public policy, and politics while seeking to connect domestic and international investors, business and thought leaders, and policymakers. According to the organizers, the event will also provide participants with a rich mix of discussions on the many dimensions of Nigeria’s continued relevance in a rapidly changing global economy.
Registration is FREE………….
— NEOC (@NEOC_forum) December 21, 2017
The event which has the theme “Nigeria in the World, the World in Nigeria” will focus on the following topics:
- Nigeria’s place in a post crude oil world
- Nigeria’s place in a rapidly changing global geopolitical landscape
- How Nigeria can attract investment and create jobs in a rapidly digitized economy
- What kind of leadership is needed for Nigeria to prosper in the 21stCentury and
- How can Nigeria turn its youthful and large workforce into an asset
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