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Invitation to the BIF Agricultural Investment Summit

Invitation to the BIF Agricultural Investment Summit

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The Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) in collaboration with the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) cordially invites you to a one-day Agricultural Investment Summit under the Business Innovation Facility (BIF) programme currently run by the CBI.

The objective of this Summit is to provide a pipeline of investment opportunities generated from tested innovations in Nigeria’s agricultural space. We envisage that this forum will provide a platform for participants to:

  1. Examine Nigeria’s Investment and Regulatory environment;
  2. Identify structures for absorbing and repackaging large and medium sized international investments into appropriately sized instruments for deal sizes and deal flows in Nigeria’s agricultural sector; and
  3. Spot investment opportunities in Nigeria’s agricultural value chains.

There will be brief plenary sessions followed by exhibitions from five agricultural sub-sectors which would provide a platform for domestic and foreign investors to assess opportunities presented in them. The details of the event is as follows:

Date:   Tuesday, 06  August  2019

Venue: Ladi Kwali Hall, Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Zone 4, Abuja

Time:   10.00 am

Please contact yinka.johnson@cbinigeria.com / +2347013715571 or  kitan.babalola@cbinigeria.com / +2348067829272 should you have any queries.

Governance, Leadership & Ethics: Highlights from the Conference

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The Governance, Leadership & Ethics Conference took place on the 28th of June at the Lekki Coliseum in Lagos and it featured a host of speakers and panelist from the public and private sector discussing how to build a thriving economy on the three pillars of good governance, leadership and ethics.

Unique case studies from businesses in the private sector were provided to prove the possibility of building thriving, multi-million naira businesses in Nigeria without stooping to bribery and corruption.

The 7th Annual Christopher Kolade Lecture on Business Integrity

The 7th Annual Christopher Kolade Lecture on Business Integrity

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Why Huawei’s Google woes worry Africa

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Most Africans connecting to the internet today are likely to be using a Chinese smartphone, powered by a Chinese-built network, and at least half of the time, it was built by Chinese tech giant, Huawei. Read more

Stakeholders place cost of Apapa traffic at trillions of Naira

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Apart from the man-hour losses, they also list the steady increase in the volume of Nigerian bound cargoes that are being diverted to ports of neighbouring countries. Read more

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