Anambra Business and Investment Roundtable Holds This Week


Monday, September 23, 2019   / 02:32AM /  By ANSIPPA   / Header Image Credit: ANSIPPA


The Anambra Business and Investment Roundtable is being convened by the Anambra State Investment Promotion and Protection Agency (ANSIPPA) on the side-lines of the 2019 United Nations Climate SummitANSIPPA has a mission to create an incentive-focused investment climate for investors interested in different economic sectors in Anambra State.


The 2-stage Roundtable will take place in New York City tomorrow, Tuesday 24th September, 2019 and Washington DC on Thursday 26th September, 2019; and will showcase investment opportunities in tourism/hospitality, agriculture, real estate, power, and creative industry.


The Business Summit themed Finding Diamonds in the Rough, is meant for investors who have an appetite for investment in Africa, Nigeria and Anambra state in particular, and have a preference for investing in the sectors highlighted above.


Expected participants are portfolio investors, private equity firms, asset managers, high net-worth individuals, financial advisers, brokers, lawyers, accountants involved in making investment decisions.


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