Nigerian Non-Oil Sector International Delegates Trade Conference
TWO - DAY NON- OIL SECTOR INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES TRADE CONFERENCE
Venue: March 20 & 21 2012, Park Plaza Victoria, London
THEME: The role of Emerging economies in global economy crisis.
As the recovery from the global economic crisis unfolds and continues, and in a world of increasing boom and bust, where traditional relationships are infected with mistrust and a lack of credit, the role of emerging economies and rapidly shifting markets characterized by changing patterns of trade, investment and opportunities, developing economies are becoming key and important drivers of the world’s economy. In these times of diversifying markets, changing demographics and consumer-driven demand, including risks posed by exchange rate volatility, logistical inadequacies and the spectres of protectionism, Nigeria has become increasingly urbanised, politically and democratically stable and needing US$50bn in infrastructural investment in the next few years, everyone agrees that this sleeping lion would be the one to watch and a most potent investment destination of choice. Hence the need to bring together stakeholders and key players to parley in an formal setting to discuss and forge mutually beneficial trade relations supported by the Trade and Economic Section of the Nigerian High Commission in an advisory and a facilitating role.
First Consultancy and Training Limited, in collaboration with the Nigerian High Commission, are pleased to invite you to the above delegates Conference/Exhibition. The Conference is taking place on 20th and 21st March in London.
This Conference will support and encourage measures to improve trade relations between Nigeria and genuine interested investors. It will address those key ‘non-oil’ investment sectors that are at the top of the current Government’s priorities – agriculture, infrastructure, alternative energy power generation, affordable health care, Aviation, preservation, processing, packaging and exporting of Nigerian goods and services. The conference will also consider the impact of the credit crunch and how Nigeria has managed to weather the storm. Experts will deliberate on the following areas; deal financing, legal protection for international sales, loans and investments, international treaties, insurance policies, arbitration, litigation and alternative dispute resolutions, security situations, enforcement and recovery.
The Conference will provide a platform from which Nigerian and British businesses, Government Ministers and key officials as well as State Governors can promote the opportunities and identify the benefits of Nigeria -British trade.
To find further information or register for the conference, please visit the conference website www.firstconsultancy-training.com/tradeconference2012.
Mr Gabriel. C. Agunwah