Looking forward to ConMin West Africa 2017

 

newpicImage source: The rehabilitation works on the runway of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja were completed by Julius Berger Nigeria Plc on schedule and in time for ConMin. (Source: Julius Berger Nigeria Plc) ConMin West Africa will be happening on 13-15 June and will not disappoint with more than 2,000 visitors expected over the three-day event at the International Conference Centre in Abuja, Nigeria

The exhibition will provide an opportunity for participants with various networking sessions and opportunities for stakeholders to engage with relevant counterparts.

On 14 June, the Federation of Construction Industry (FOCI) will be hosting a construction conference around the theme of Sustainability of the Construction Industry in Nigeria.

These workshop/seminar sessions are free of charge and open to all visitors. Sessions will include financing projects, skilled manpower and environmental sustainability and be led by key members and experts of the federation.

Across the three days, visitors can expect to hear technical sessions and be able to attend workshops held by representatives from Dangote Industries, Soetec Engineering, Total, CAT Nigeria and Boustani Nigeria.

Running in conjunction is the National Mining Summit, which will unite prominent figures from Africa's mining and infrastructure sector including investors, mining companies, geologists and other stakeholders from around the world to learn and network, all toward the single goal of advancing mining not just in Nigeria but across the West African region.

The summit, which is sponsored by Dangote Cement, Total Nigeria, Africa Finance Corporation and Stanbic Bank, will be opened by the Nigerian Vice President, HE Prof Yemi Osinbajo and is the first event of its kind ever held on this scale in West Africa. The programme was designed in partnership with Deloitte Consulting and the Ministry of Mines and Solid Minerals Development. It will welcome nine ministers from other African Countries. These include ministers from Ghana; South Africa; Kenya and Niger. Emma Hooper, Business Development Director for Afrocet Montgomery said attendees will also hear expert opinions from the likes of Dr Toni Aubynn, CEO of Ghana Minerals Commission; Ebrima Faal, Director for the Nigeria Country Office at the African Development Bank, and Jean Bakole, director of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO).

With registration for the event almost full, participants are encouraged to register their interest at www.conminwestafrica.com

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