Etisalat Sponsors 2014 Nigeria Summit
…Partners The Economist for socioeconomic growth strategy
In a bid to deliberate and map out ways through which Nigeria can turn her economic potentials into social and political wealth, the fastest growing and most innovative telecommunications company, Etisalat Nigeria, is partnering with The Economist as a platinum sponsor of the 2014 Nigeria Summit slated for March 24th and 25th at the Intercontinental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Speaking about the summit, acting Chief Executive Officer, Etisalat Nigeria, Matthew Willsher explained that the partnership is part of the company’s commitment to assist in overcoming Nigeria’s challenges by supporting available opportunities to ensure accelerated socioeconomic development of the country.
“Nigeria is a booming economy with a vast array of talent, natural resources and human capital. As such, Nigeria’s economic growth is picking up at an exponential rate. Over the years, the Nigeria Summit has served as a platform for discussing hard-hitting and pertinent issues in a frank, forward-thinking, and solutions-providing manner. This year, Etisalat Nigeria is proud to partner with The Economist to proffer solutions with a view to promoting economic growth thus ensuring social and political wealth in Nigeria”, he said.
Now in its 10th year, the Nigeria Summit remains the leading conference that attracts over 350 of the most influential decision makers and leaders from the Nigerian public and private sector to x-ray the socioeconomic situation of the country. This year, the dignitaries attending the summit include Hon. Minister of Communications Technology, Omobola Johnson; Director General, Nigeria Securities and Exchange Commission, Arunma Oteh; Chairman, Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services (EMTS), Hakeem Belo-Osagie; and Special Representative of the Chinese Government for African Affairs, Zhong Jianhua.
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