As uncertainty persists in the business community across the world, Africa's largest economy is getting set for global impact through economic re-engineering as the Nigerian Global Economic Summit is expected to be the biggest gathering of business executives, captains of industry, policy formulators, and government officials in recent years.
By far, it will be the largest ever staged economic summit outside Nigeria since its attainment of Independence in 1960.
Drawing from the rich network of individuals within and outside the shores of Nigeria, the Summit will provide a melting pot of practical demonstration of the resoluteness of the country's men and women in taking advantage of the prevailing global economic outlook for ample opportunities within the framework of international collaborations.
According to the Group Chairman of the Nigerian Global Economic Group, Prince Afolabi Andu, in a statement made available through the Corporate Global office media team, he noted that the IMF projections on Nigeria's economic fortunes are not all about gloom and doom but serve as a much needed "catalyst to rally stakeholders across the globe over two days in September 2022, to discuss extensively on the most practical and effective ways of building on current gains whilst also charting a concise pathway to sustainable economic recovery."
The Summit will be held on September 29th-30th at the prestigious Hilton Kensington, 179-199 Holland Park Ave, London W11 4UL.
It is expected to attract members from Austria, the Caribbean, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, the United States, and the host country, the United Kingdom. Delegates from Nigeria are also expected to attend this two-day Epic event.
The Nigerian Global Economic Summit is an initiative of The Nigerian Global Business Forum. In line with the organization’s strategic direction, a global economic summit is hosted every other year in different regions of the world.
The main aim of this iconic summit is to attract global Nigerian leaders of thought alongside members of the Nigerian Private and Public sectors to directly interface over two days, addressing vital subject matters that include; economic development strategies, nation building, and investment drive.
Stakeholders at the two-day event will critically examine the state of key sectors in the economy and discuss strategic ways to proffering solutions to the sectors just as the country nears another round of electioneering process in 2023.
Participating companies and government establishments with a focus on the 5 critical sectors of agriculture, education, exports, health, infrastructure, real estate, technology, and urban development. For further information, visit www.ngesummit.com for registration.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.