The 5th edition of The Made in Nigeria Conference & Exhibition 2021 is here!
The Made In Nigeria Project, organizers of The Made In Nigeria SME Conference & Exhibition has officially announced the fifth edition of its annual conference scheduled to hold on Tuesday, 30 November 2021 at the Landmark Events Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. The one day Conference & Exhibition, themed; A Post-Covid Economy – The Growth & Future of SMEs seeks to pragmatically address the present realities and challenges faced by MSMEs post Covid19 and have critical discussions on issues bordering on SMEs advancement, economic growth, ease of doing business, economic diversification, access to finance, and the role the informal sector plays towards job creation & employment.
The key thrust of the one day conference will focus on a holistic national framework that will project ‘Made In Nigeria’ as the surest and most bankable alternative to oil and provide a national development strategy for our short, medium and long term plan for self-sufficiency, economic diversification and an export-driven economy with a focus on encouraging local production and consumption. The Conference will feature notable speakers & panellists drawn from the public and private sectors and on the sidelines of the event host The Made In Nigeria Exhibition – WAZOBIA which will have a special trade hub and will be open to manufacturers, distributors, service providers whose products and services are Made in Nigeria themed.
On the sidelines of the event is the DEAL ROOM, an exclusive and specially dedicated room for SMEs at the conference. Consultants, private organizations, public agencies, and advisory firms will provide free 360 consultancy, tailored assessment, profiling, financial services, business solutions & mentoring to MSMEs at no cost as we have partnered with relevant stakeholders to enhance their businesses, provide funding, offer business support, empower them and aid their growth.
Registration is FREE and now open via – www.madeinnigeriaproject.org
Join the conversation via – #MIN5
[dropcap custom_class=”normal”] Connect Nigeria announces the last business mixer for 2016, just before this year comes to a close. They have tagged it, the Christmas edition and will take place on Friday the 9th of December 2016. [/dropcap]
[dropcap custom_class=”normal”] The importance of community and networking in growing a strong business has been overlooked for quite some time now.
Community chiefly entails supporting and interacting positively with other individuals who share a vested interest.
While competition is healthy for business, it is also important to forge bonds that will last decades, even generations. If not, who are you doing business with then? [/dropcap]
A strong business team is vital to achieving your dream of building a sustainable business and becoming successful. No successful entrepreneur ever became a billionaire alone, they all have a team. Don’t miss the chance to join us this month.
The Bella community (powered by Bellafricana, a company that promotes African products and services) is a community where aspiring, upcoming and experienced entrepreneurs meet on a monthly (every 3rd Friday of the month) basis to connect and network. We do this to encourage aspiring entrepreneurs, help more business owners grow their businesses through networking, whilst gaining experience from proven entrepreneurs. You as intrapreneurs (working class) are also invited.
October Theme: “How to build a sustainable team to achieve your vision”
Guest Speaker: Mr Jimi Tewe, CEO of Inspiro Consulting and Mrs Ogo Ibok, CEO of Skill Enhancement Centre (SENCE)
Date: Friday, October 23
Time: 5pm – 8pm
Entry Fee: ₦3500 (Comes with food and drink)
Make payment to >> [Name: Bellafricana, Acc. no: 1013734944, Zenith Bank]
Venue: Labule Restaurant, 42A Ogudu Road, Lagos, Nigeria
Join the bella community today and learn from proven African experienced entrepreneurs. Come, connect and network with aspiring, upcoming and experienced entrepreneurs.
Get ready to swap ideas, business cards, resources, shortcuts, strategies, traditional/digital marketing tools & tactics, put our business online, meet other key professionals and get valuable introductions to various thought leaders.
[dropcap custom_class=”normal”] I understand the urge to pursue your passions and that many entrepreneurs have limited funds, but you can’t do it alone. Creating a startup and growing a business is a hell of a task and one that will require an entrepreneur to have many roles. No one person has a skill set for every role and trying to take on everything yourself will hurt your company, especially if you don’t build the right team around you. [/dropcap]
[dropcap custom_class=”normal”] Based on a research and survey we carried out recently amongst creative entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs, we have come to the conclusion that to sustain an online community of African made products and services, an offline community will strongly enhance the growth of the online vision. Bellafricana (a company that promotes African made products and services) hereby presents “The Bella Community”. [/dropcap]