Speaking at a media briefing held recently in the nation’s capital Abuja to herald this year’s Conference, the Executive Director of the Made In Nigeria Project, Adedeji Alebiosu said, “Made In Nigeria is the new economic frontier and we’re looking to galvanize a new set of indigenous and local content enthusiasts who through their enterprise will promote and celebrate the existing innovative solutions that have been deployed in Nigeria through entrepreneurial innovations.”
“We are proud to announce our partnership with Min.ng as this formed partnership would be greatly beneficial to attendees at the upcoming conference.”
Also commenting on the formed partnership, the founder Min.ng, Mr Kelechi Ogbonnaya, said he is proud to partner with an organization passionate about Nigeria. Mr Ogbonnaya said, “We are indeed excited to partner with a group who shares our passion towards promoting Made In Nigeria products.”
“This Conference & Exhibition is poised to showcase the incredible potentials of Nigerians. It would also ignite a series of discussions on how we can begin to reap the benefits through exports, job creation and a sustainable economic development at large.”
The Made in Nigeria conference is an initiative under the Made in Nigeria Project that seeks to address and proffer lasting solutions to national challenges and also make recommendations for sustainable socio-economic growth and advancement.