The Nigeria British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) in partnership with MTN Nigeria has concluded plans to host stakeholders within Nigeria and British business communities on maximising investments in one of their greatest assets – an engaged workforce into the future.
With a breakfast meeting slated for Thursday, October 11, themed, ‘Jobs, Technology, Infrastructure and the Workforce of the Future’ the event seeks to bring stakeholders operating within the nation’s diverse economy to discuss the future of work and how technology and infrastructural growth can enable businesses.
Director General, NBCC, Bunmi Afolabi, said: “The breakfast session would provide an opportunity for key business leaders to engage, foster business relationships and proffer advisory solutions to prevalent issues largely affecting the business community.”
Head, Fintech and Innovation, Guaranty Trust Bank, Deji Oguntonade, will be sharing on the future of work, how disruptive technologies are shaping the future of work, the major economic and technological forces driving the Nigerian economy and the opportunities and challenges ahead.
Stakeholders and participants at the breakfast session are billed for a truly educative session as a panel led by cerebral minds within the Nigerian business space represented by PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Guaranty Trust Bank and MTN would be taking participants through an insightful session on the themed topic as it affects the Nigerian workforce of the future.
The panel session would give participants at the breakfast meeting an opportunity to share insights, ask questions and get answers from corporate leaders and industry experts within the Nigerian business community as they prepare for the workforce of the future.
Source: G Business