- Conference seminar hand-outs.
- Complimentary breakfast.
- Full access pass to all main plenary and breakaway discussions.
Nigeria and Africa’s leaders at large, are confronted by multiple challenges which are tied to inability to attract and retain investments across their most important sectors. Inflation in Nigeria hit a 17-year high of 20.5% in August, driven by soaring prices of food, diesel and a weakened currency. Nigeria has been experiencing double-digit inflation since 2016 but the situation has been exacerbated by a chronic shortage of dollars and global pressure on prices because of the war in Ukraine.
In the face of some of these issues, we are delighted to announce the 2nd edition of the UK-Nigeria Business Outlook holding in London. With investment at its core, The event will focus on those who are investing in the country’s future, highlighting the opportunities and obstacles that are impeding investments. Trade & Investment, Telecoms, Energy, Tech and Real Estate are expected to headline discussions at this year’s edition of the event scheduled to hold on the 30th of March, 2023 at The Queen Elizabeth Center II in Westminster, London.
UK-Nigeria Business Outlook will harmonize leading figures across Nigeria and abroad who are defining the future of the country’s future via their investment decisions whilst placing a laser focus on some of the opportunities across the focus sectors. CEO’s from multiple industries, development partners, investors and government stakeholders will gather under one roof to learn, engage, network and do business.
Attendees will engage with industry experts across the UK and Nigeria, discussing current export trends, investment bottlenecks, barriers to trade in Nigeria and what can be done to unlock Nigeria’s trade and investments.