Tuesday, February 02, 2021 / 05:55PM / Abuja
Chamber of Commerce & Industry / Header Image Credit: Abuja Chamber of
Commerce & Industry
The Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI)
in collaboration with National Association of Software and Service Companies in
India (NASSCOM) will on the 11th of February 2021 from 11am, host a virtual
conference themed "Nigeria-India Partnership Towards a Structured ICT Market
and Digital Economy".
If COVID has done anything, it has only
accelerated the pace of digital. Technology is becoming even more central to
how countries and companies see their future. Physical distancing is giving
rise to increasingly new digital modes of operating and digital transformation
journeys that used have a long-term planning have aggressively collapsed to
fewer months. In all these tectonic shifts, one thing has remained constant or
rather increased is "our dependence on technology". Collaboration in technology
proliferation and innovation has become extremely critical.
The following have been listed as the areas of
need for innovative solutions to unlock the potential of specific sectors. They
are: Fintech - Mobile - Digital payments, Agritech, Digital Health - Health
tech, Online medical consultations, medical tourism, E-Education, E-Commerce /
E-retailing, Logistics, Entertainment, Mobile App development, E- Governance
Several speakers will be speaking to the increasing
importance of this great partnership.
Key topics and discussants during the webinar
which will be moderated by Mike Okwoche, the Senior Anchor of TVC News and
co-hosted by Mr. Jude Chime the Executive Director Abuja Trade Centre of the
Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Miss. Wuraola Onigbogi, the Head of Research and
Business Development of ACCI are:
and its readiness to promote Investment opportunities in the ICT industry by
Alhaji Al-Mujtaba Abubakar, President, Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Capacities for collaboration in the Digital Communication Industry Between
Nigeria and India by H.E. Mr Abhay Thakur, High Commissioner of India to
policies and Opportunities for ICT Investors in the Nigeria Digital
Communication Industry" H.E: Dr. Isa Ali Pantami, The Honourable Minister,
Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy
Saratu Iya Aliyu, The National President of NACCIMA giving the good will
a Structured Tech Market in Nigeria Digital Communication Industry, Alhaji,
Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi Director General National Information Technology
Development Agency, NITDA.
DanAzumi Ibrahim Director General National Office for Technology Acquisition
and Promotion NOTAP to give good will message.
Singh Vice President & Head, Global Trade Development, NASSCOM to give good
of Doing Business in the Information and Communication Sector in Nigeria by
Engr. Olanrewaju Onigbogi, The Head of ICT department M-P Infrastructure.
Private sector capacities, Potentials and the opportunities for collaboration
between Nigeria Digital Communication players and Indian Investors by Mr. Dozie
Uzoma, Founder and CEO of Sparkle.
Health Policies affect E-health and Medical Tourism in Nigeria, Dr. Oluwaseun
O. Akinyemi MBBS, MBA, MIPH, MPH & FWACP, HOD, Department of Health Policy
and Management, Faculty of Public Health, College of Medicine, University of
Media and Info-tech space; opportunities for investors by Mrs. Reshu Bagga,
CTO, Proshare Nigeria Limited.
Technology Drives the E-retailing businesses in Nigeria by Osita Oparaugo, Esq
Founder / CEO Footprint to Africa.
Effect of Start-up digitalization on Nigeria Trade by The Managing Partner,
Strengths Africa Mr. Taiwo Adepoju.
the Interior designing Process for the local Market by Mrs. Omon Anenih Mordi,
President Interior Designers Association of Nigeria, IDAN.
Mobile Apps and the opportunity for investors by Tomi Araromi Chief Executive
i-Recharge Tech-Innovations, The ACORN.
On the 12th of February, 2021 between 10a.m to
12p.m there will be B2B session between Nigerian Companies and Indian Companies
register, please click on this link: http:bit.ly/ACCI-NASSCOM
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