Jobberman Enters Partnership with The Made In Nigeria Conference and Exhibition 2016

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In its quest to forge a formidable alliance towards achieving its objectives, The Made in Nigeria project has entered into a partnership with Jobberman; Nigeria’s number one jobs website for the 2016 edition of the Made in Nigeria Conference and Exhibition.

The one-day Conference and Exhibition scheduled for June 29, 2016 seeks to redefine narratives about Nigeria from a global perspective as the National debate on Socio-economic growth advancement, national building, national development and many more sensitive topics is one which is rather sporadic but often short lived in the lips of the debaters.

The third edition of the annual conference, which returns to the Landmark Events Centre in Lagos, seeks to morph into sustainable solutions and ideas to build the nation.

The conference looks to ignite the passion, enthusiasm of Nigerians and re-affirm their confidence in the potentials of Nigeria & Nigerians that the greatest things and feats are achievable by the Nigerian using the annual conference to ensure that the nation does not run out of the needed steam, zeal and confidence needed to build a Nigeria of excellence.

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Speaking on the third edition, the convener and Executive Director, Adedeji Alebiosu said, “We hope to capture the essence of the Nigerian spirit as a people and as a Nation by highlighting its growing opportunities and cultural perspectives from a global context to boost tourism and attract investment. We aim to celebrate and promote the existing innovative solutions that have been deployed in Nigeria through enterprise and entrepreneurial machinations as synonymous with the national identity.”

The Made In Nigeria Conference and Exhibition aims to facilitate a practical exchange of ideas as speakers and panelist shall be discussing Nigeria; the strength of her human capital, the prospects of her potentials, the potency of her resources and the opportunities involved.

Director, Strategy and Operations, Adelanke Ladejobi also explained that the conference aims to ensure balance and accuracy by speaking to a global audience using an authentic Nigerian voice and offering the country’s own perspectives. “In past editions, The Made In Nigeria Conference has a myriad of prominent speakers in the Nigerian space who have commented and re-iterated the achievement, potentials for growth and the renewable prospects of Nigeria within a global prospective.”

The Made In Nigeria conference is an initiative under the Made In Nigeria Project that seeks to initially address and proffer lasting solutions to National challenges and also make recommendation for sustainable socio-economic, political and cultural development.

The theme for this year’s edition is tagged: ‘Possibilities Made in Nigeria’ – A redirection towards building economic growth and National development from a global perspective as we shall be discussing Nigeria via issue-based discussions by a keynote speaker, guest speakers and panelists with different pragmatic discussions bordering on the economy, enterprise, governance and trade.

The Conference will also feature interactive panels on the economy, issues of policy, tourism, ICT, the creative industry youth and social development and a host of others.

For more information, visit www.madeinnigeriproject.org. For further inquiries on sponsorship, partnership and exhibition placements, contact info@madeinnigeriaproject.org or +234(0)811802090.

Below are images from the made in Nigeria press conference:

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