Economic Associate's Q4 2021 Conference on Nigeria's Economic Outlook to Hold in 3 States


Tuesday, October 26, 2021 / 04:00 PM / By Economic Associates / Header Image Credit: Economic Associates



Economic Associates (EA) will host a one-day conference series on Nigeria's Economic Outlook in November 2021 as follows:


  1. Lagos: Thursday, 25 November 2021, at Lagos Continental Hotel, Plot 52A, Kofo Abayomi Street, VI
  2. Abuja: Tuesday 30 November, at The Envoy Hotel, 305 Diplomatic Drive, CBD
  3. Port-Harcourt: Thursday 02 December, at Hotel Presidential, Aba Road, GRA Phase II


The conference presents opportunities to discuss evolving glocal connections and options for realigning national, subnational, and corporate aspirations with global megatrends.


1.   Glocal Connections.

    How countries, states, and companies can map global megatrends into their income statements and balance sheets


2.  National Options

     Options for recoupling Nigeria's income statement and balance sheet with evolving global trends


3. Subnational Options

     Options for recoupling State's income statements and balance sheets with evolving global trends.


4. Sectoral Options

     Options for recoupling corporate income statements and balance sheets with evolving global trends.

EA now offers three mutually reinforcing modalities for updating and refining tacit notions about the context and outlook of economic decisions:

1.  The open-enrolment conferences on Nigeria's Economic Outlook offer decision makers opportunities to engage external peers, with varied backgrounds and aspirations, on the latest developments in global, national, sub-national, and sectoral spheres, and refine their tacit notions of the best adaptive responses to unfolding realities.

2.  The tacit insights from our past conferences are now codified in our subscription report on Nigeria's Economic Outlook for wider circulation among decision makers at national, sub-national, and sectoral levels who desire reference documents for guiding economic decisions.

3.   The contents of our report are adaptable for in-house presentations on Nigeria's Economic Outlook to make them accessible to more national, sub-national and sectoral organizations who desire deeper internal engagement that is required to assimilate the issues into their strategies.


Kindly see more details in the brochure HERE


You can also make reservations using the form HERE


Participation is by prior reservation, subject to confirmation by EA. Pre-conference materials will be made available to confirmed participants in advance. Please complete online reservation form at, or call Comfort 0816 555 2681, or e-mail for more information.


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