Friday, May 22, 2020 / 08:00PM / NBCC / Header Image Credit: NBCC
The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce will in the coming week host various sessions focused on Bilateral Relationship, Winning at Business and the Real Estate Sector Post Covid-19.
For the Nigerian-British Bilateral Relationship Post Covid-19 themed session, speakers will address the challenges and opportunities that the COVID-19 pandemic presents to Anglo-Nigerian trade and investment.
The Webinar tagged will hold at 2pm on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 will also serve as a knowledge sharing forum for key business leaders to discuss innovative solutions needed to help businesses thrive during and after this crisis.
The World Trade Organization predicts that the pandemic will cause a double-digit decline in trade volumes across every region in the world in 2020. The implication of this decline in global trade is that the pandemic will undermine countries' efforts to foster increased trade and investment and will jeopardize economic growth and development plans.
In the session to be moderated by Mrs Bola Adesola, Senior Vice Chairman Africa, Standard Chartered Bank, the Chamber will engage:
To register, click this link: https://bit.ly/NBCCGBWebinar
The Chamber will also host Construction and Real Estate stakeholders and players to its Webinar themed 'Resolving Real Estate and Construction Issues POST COVID-19'.
The impact of COVID-19 on real estate and construction is multi-dimensional. With the lockdown by Governments and forced closure of offices, malls and construction sites, several disputes are brewing amongst the various players. This Webinar will analyse these issues and proffer concrete and practical suggestions to the players in the Construction industry, Government, and other stakeholders on how to deal with related/emerging issues.
The Webinar is scheduled to hold on Wednesday 27th May 2020 at 2pm. The Chamber would engage:
The session will be moderated by Hakeem Ogunniran, Chairman, Construction and Real Estate Group, Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce.
To register, click this link: https://bit.ly/NBCCDISPUTES
On Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 12pm, the Chamber will host its members and the public to an interesting discussion on how businesses can stay ahead of the curve and thrive post pandemic.
The Panel discussion moderated by the CEO of Page Financials, Segun Akintemi will have as speakers:
The session is posed to navigate a general outlook for the economy post Covid-19 and how Organizations can pivot business models for adaptability and increase in operational efficiencies post COVID-19.
To register, click this link: https://bit.ly/NBCCMayWebinar