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The Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition 2016 | Tuesday, November 29th

In line with the theme, “Made in Nigeria – A re-direction towards SME Advancement, Economic Growth and National Transformation”, organisers of the Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition seeks to, through this edition exemplify the imperative to commit to the structural and fiscal changes required to strengthen the Nigerian economy.

His Excellency, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is expected to deliver a Keynote which will focus on the key elements required to diversify the economy and ensure that “Made in Nigeria” is not just a mantra but the new economic frontier for a holistic national strategy for growth and development.

This year’s edition will focus on promoting Made In Nigeria as the new economic frontier as well as to change our orientation in consumption patterns by promoting a buy Nigerian Culture with highlights on the role the informal sector plays towards self-sufficiency, job creation & employment, and an export driven economy. The key thrust of The Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition is to facilitate stakeholder discussions and agreements on the practical issues, opportunities, policies and regulations needed for Made In Nigeria to thrive and become a holistic national strategy for growth and development. It will also seek to work out the strategies to achieve self-sufficiency and value-addition capacities for several products and services in the shortest possible time.

Speaking on #MadeInNigeria2016, Executive Director of The Made In Nigeria Project, Adedeji Alebiosu says; ‎”The Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition 2016 will pragmatically address Government’s role in the development and support of Entrepreneurs, access to finance, taxation, ease of doing business, and human capital development for small and medium scale enterprises. We will also partner with public regulators and the organised private sector to ensure that MSMEs in the country are bankable and viable enough to access the Federal Governmen’t’s floated MSME funds as well as private start-upcapital from key stakeholders. We would be entrenching MSMEs as a central part of National policy and ensuring that SMEs who are national assets are empowered by this initiative.”

The Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition is a social investment initiative ‎of The Made in Nigeria Project.

Registration to attend is FREE via – www.madeinnigeriaproject.org

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