The 19th Nigerian Economic Summit (NES #19)
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group, Nigeria’s leading Think-Tank on economic policy and private sector development, will be hosting its 19th Economic Summit from 3rd – 5th September 2013.
Nigeria’s agriculture is undergoing massive restructuring and transformation with focus on growing agriculture as a business. The goal is to turn Nigeria into a global agricultural powerhouse. This year’s Summit presents a unique opportunity for major domestic and global leaders to discuss ongoing reforms in Nigeria’s agricultural sector focused on improvements in infrastructure, agro-industrial zones, financing and enabling policy environment that are critical for the full exploitation of the agricultural value chains, attainment of food security, employment generation and wealth creation.
Please note that this is a high-profile event that will involve discussions with H.E. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as well as other African Presidents, eminent local and global private sector leaders , captains of agribusiness industry and Pan-African economic power-houses.
Your formal invitation would be sent to you shortly.
Participation fee is N120, 000.00 (US$1,000.00 for foreign participants). Group Registration for 5 or more participants will attract 10% discount. Click here to download a printable PDF version of the registration form
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The Nigerian Economic Summit
The annual Nigerian Economic Summit (NES) is organised in collaboration with the National Planning Commission. The Summit is a major gathering of high-level public and private sector leaders yearly in Abuja, the nation’s capital, for constructive dialogue on Nigeria’s economic management. It brings together chief executives and top-level decision makers from private sector and highest level policy making officials from public sector to discuss how best to grow the economy and to monitor the progress being made. Traditionally, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the Vice President, ministers and other top-level government officials participate actively at the NES.