Sanwo-Olu set to declare open Africa Business Conference (ABC) 2022
The second edition of the Africa Business Conference (ABC) 2022 is set to commence on Tuesday, 1st February 2022, with the governbor of Lagos Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, set to declare the conference open.
Meanwhile governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria former deputy Kingsley Moghalu, Charles Robertson, global chief economist, Renaissance Capital; Shubham Chauhuri, World Bank country director; Ben Llewellyn-Jones, the British deputy high commissioner, Nigeria are few of the persons scheduled to lead discussions at the all-important conference.
It would be recalled that this would be the second edition of the convention themed ‘Africa recovery’ and it is scheduled to hold as a hybrid event on February 1 and 2, 2022 at Eko Hotel & Suites Lagos, Nigeria, and via Zoom.
Moreover, ABC is a business conference and investment expo organised by BusinessDay one of the print media in gthe country that congregates business leaders, governments, policymakers, investors, and entrepreneurs across Africa and beyond in order to proffer sustainable solutions that will address challenges in the business environment.
However, there are several discussions from the conference and this will serve as an avenue to promote trade relationships within and outside Africa, and also review crucial policies and highlight agendas to achieve economic prosperity, explore emerging opportunities, be updated with global industry trends and developments, etc.
Meanwhile, the event is expected to be the largest business and investment gathering holding next year that will proffer economic development framework for the year,” said Frank Aigbogun, publisher of BusinessDay Newspaper.