Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has announced October date to hold the 26th edition of its summit, with the theme ‘Building Partnerships for Resilience’.
The events would engage stakeholders to shape strategic partnerships to chart a path to recovery and build resilience for the country’s economy, businesses and households to put Nigeria in a strong position within the changing world order.
While, the pre-summit events will focus on sectors such as agriculture, digital economy, sustainability, and sports as a business, according to a statement entitled ‘#NES26 pre-summit events: Imperatives for national dialogue’.
It said, “The summit will convene national and global policymakers, business leaders, development partners and scholars to lead and participate in sessions that will focus on building strategic partnerships and cooperation between governments, businesses and the civil society for resilience.
“Discussions at NES #26 will be anchored on three pillars – collaboration, execution and impact – and dimensioned across five sub-themes: mapping the future; new trends, new opportunities, new horizons; embracing technology and innovation; building resilience and charting the path to recovery.
According to the statement, the summit will explore emerging trends so that Nigeria can capitalise on new opportunities and chart a path to rapid recovery, highlighting the role of states as the frontiers for a resilient Nigerian economy.
It will be organized in collaboration with corresponding ministries, departments and agencies of the Nigerian government, among other stakeholders.