The Nigeria-Canada Investment Summit LTD/GTE in collaboration with the Nigeria High Commission, Ottawa, is pleased to announce its annual summit from November 4th – 5th, 2019 at the Transcorp Hilton in Abuja, Nigeria. Ensure you register now to take advantage of the earlybird registration fee.
Promote your organization to key stakeholders from Nigeria, Canada and around the world with our attractive sponsor packages that offer strategic opportunities to enhance your corporate profile through our pre-summit and on-site communications initiatives.
NCIS is a great platform to promote and market your investment opportunity. Meet and generate leads with hundreds of conference delegates, industry leaders as well as key stakeholders from Nigeria, Canada and around the world.
NCIS annual magazine incudes the Summit program/agenda and highlights all the activities NCIS LTD/GTE has participated in the year. The magazine is provided to all attendees at the Summit, which means it gets into the hands of thousands of attendees and guests from Nigeria, Canada and around the world.
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We are pleased to announce that His Excellency, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, (SAN, GCON) will be the keynote speaker and will deliver the opening address at the Summit in November. During last year’s inaugural summit, H.E. discussed the Economy Recovery and Growth Plan (EGRP) and the continued support of the Federal Government in formulating policies that encourage Nigerian and foreign investors to invest in Nigeria.
The Nigerian High Commissioner to Canada, Mr. Adeyinka Asekun will speak on the successes and opportunities in the bi-lateral trade relations between Nigeria and Canada. Mr. Asekun discussed at last year’s summit the need for more depth in the commercial relationship between Canada and Nigeria.
The six sectors of focus this year include: Agriculture, Education, Energy, Healthcare, Infrastructure and Mining. The Summit will explore opportunities within each sector and identify investment opportunities. Investor master seminars, B2B meetings and plenary sessions from both the government and private sectors will provide in depth robust information and high performance networking events.