The key thrust of The Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition is to facilitate stakeholders discussions and agreements on the practical issues, opportunities, challenges, prospects, policies and regulation needed for the "Made In Nigeria" drive to thrive and become a holistic national strategy for economic growth and development.
The 2017 edition seeks to focus on fiscal and structural changes required to strengthening the Nigerian economy. The overarching goal is simply to engage in a National discourse that'll strengthen our resolve to further provide actionable steps where necessary from its overdependence on oil using innovation and SMEs development as a sure strategy for economic advancement.
The Made In Nigeria Conference & Exhibition is a two days simultaneous event that aims to empower Entrepreneurs, MSMEs, Start-up,s with focus on the growth of large, medium and small enterprises which are pivotal to our National aspiration towards self sufficiency and in turn overcoming the challenges of Job creation & Employment.
The capacity of Nigeria to favorably compete in the global SME market depends largely on it's ability to innovate and apply the relevant mechanisms to the SME industry and other similar productive sectors to reduce the rate of unemployment and increase the opportunities for Job creation.
Our focus on the growth of micro-small and medium scale enterprises hinges on our position on the role SMEs play towards economic growth, which are cardinal frontiers on our National goal towards self sufficiency.
This edition shall focus on Nigeria as she stands, the strength of her human capital, the potential of her resources, her growth trajectory, the growth of SMEs towards economic growth & advancement and the opportunities that abound.
In keeping up with the Conference's tradition of substantive thought leadership, this year's theme; A Made In Nigeria driven Economy - Opportunities, Challenges and potentials for growth will explore the new realities of Made In Nigeria as the next frontier for National advancement and Economic growth.
The Conference attracts over 500 delegates and 100 exhibitors each year and provides a platform for an engaging debate on effective strategies for sustaining the "Made in Nigeria" & "Buy Nigerian" campaign and will feature Keynotes, pragmatic panel sessions, masterclasses and an Exhibition.
The Conference brings together Chief executives, top level operators from the private sector as well as senior Government officials and relevant stakeholders. This edition will hold simultaneously in Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos on the 29th and a policy showcase at the Nation's Federal capital on the 30th.