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Events and Training Updates

  • 07/27/2018 (All day)

     

     
    Venue: The Four Point Hotel, Victorial Island, Lagos
    Date: 27 July 2018
    Time: 10.00am prompt
     
     

    INTRODUCTION

    In recent times, the focus has been on the youth with youth activism and empowerment globally. There is a consensus and or a tacit agreement that the key to the advancement of any nation lies in a strong workforce and human capital. One of Nigeria’s greatest asset no doubt is  its human capital. The youth form a majority of this. The World Bank President, Mr. Jim Yom Kim, has recently called for an accelerated investment in human capital in Nigeria in order to secure future economic growth. 
     
     
    Again, Akinwunmi Ambode , (2014) posits that the Nigerian youth is a socio economic and human capital goldmine that can catapult Nigeria from an emerging economy to a major world economy. To achieve this we must assign to this critical demographic segment the resources for sustainable productivity.
     
    Indeed we have witnessed an onslaught of various empowerment programs for the Nigerian youth and some of them have been very successful in providing meaningful engagement for them. However, judging by the teeming population of youth in this country, these efforts appear like a drop in the ocean. It is not enough exposing the youth to programmes supposedly aimed at empowering them without ensuring that they occupy the driver’s seat in the nation’s drive for...
  • 10/26/2017 - 09:00

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    The 2017 Edition is themed: THE NEW FRONTIERS OF INVESTOR RELATIONS—ACCESS and OPORTUNITIES  
    Among key Speakers/Discussants are 

    • Professor Yemi Osinbajo (SAN): Vice President, Federal republic of Nigeria.
    • Donald Duke: FMR Governor Cross River State of Nigeria.
    • Jumoke Oduwole: Senior Special Assistant to the President of Nigeria on Industry, Trade and Investment.
    • Stanislas Kamanzi:  Rwandan Ambassador to Nigeria.
    • Mark Anthony Chidolue Dike:  FMR Director of Tax Policy, FIRS, President , Chattered Institute of Directors Nigeria.

     

    Opportunities include  networking and mindshare among Nigeria’s cream of Public Relations Executives and Corporate Communications Leaders, and opportunity to train future communications leaders as select students from higher institutions will attend and be trained  during the event.  
     

    The New Frontiers of Investor Relations- Access and Opportunities, the 2017 Edition of NECCI PR Roundtable will expose the potentials of Investor Relations as a strategic  communication function,  (often the life wire of a business  but yet to be fully explored) which attracts and sustains investment.  Nigeria provides a fertile ground for foreign direct investment, being easily one of the biggest emerging economies on the globe.   

    This roundtable will devote attention to  the role communication has to play in global investment interests; how can...

  • 07/14/2016 (All day)