Made in Nigeria
This year’s summit tagged "Made in Nigeria" creates and embodies the imperative to commit to the structural and fiscal changes required to strengthen the Nigerian economy.
It starts with changing our orientation in consumption pattern by shifting our mindset and preferences for imported and foreign-made products to increased patronage for "Made-in-Nigeria" products.
There are recognizable challenges in promoting made-in-Nigeria products, as many have complained about quality and value for money; but that is exactly the point.
NES #22 will provide a platform to sharpen the focus of the conversation and extract tangible commitments and outcomes.
The key thrust of NES#22 is to facilitate stakeholders’ discussions/agreements on the practical issues, opportunities that abound, policies and regulations needed to make "Made In Nigeria" a success in the Country.
It will also seek to work out smart strategies to achieve self-sufficiency and value-addition capacities for several products and services in the shortest possible span.
Hundreds Of Attendees Representing Corporate Nigeria, Government, SMES
The key thrust of NES#22 is to facilitate stakeholders’ discussions and agreements on the best ways to ensure that “Made In Nigeria” is not just a mantra but a smart and holistic national strategy for growth and development with measurable outcomes.