TenticP Communications, a 21st-century innovative and multi-sectoral media company, has announced plans to hold the maiden edition of the Nigeria Corporate Services Conference (NCSC) on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The event with the theme: “Building a Sustainable Economic Growth through Quality Corporate Services Delivery”, is designed to be an annual event targeted at driving best practices and innovations in the delivery of quality corporate services by businesses, organisations, entrepreneurs and government agencies in Nigeria for economic growth.
The highpoint of the Conference will be the Nigeria Corporate Services Awards (NCSA), where notable Nigeria achievers in the corporate services world such as Mr. Akintola Williams, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, who is chairing the conference, would be honoured with distinguished recognition awards for their positive contributions to the corporate service ecosystem.
Other organisations that would be honoured with different Corporate Services award categories at the NCSA include MTN Nigeria, Airtel, Main One, Red Star Plc., Royal Exchange Assurance Plc., Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), among others will be honoured with different categories of Corporate Services Awards.
“There is need to create planforms aimed at reinforcing due diligence and injection of best practices in corporate services delivery,” said Mrs. Nahimah Ajikanle-Nurudeen, who is the Lead Strategist of TenticP Communications and Convener of the NCSC. “In this direction, Nigeria Corporate Services Conference, complemented by Nigeria Corporate Services Awards, will set new tone for application of due diligence at workplaces and best practices in our business environments in Nigeria.”
She said, “TentiP Communications hopes to use the unique platform to raise and highlight imperatives of quality public conversation on standard business practices, global best practices and doing things right within our corporate and public-service space. This, no doubt, will go a long way in building enduring openness, profitability and big-time trust around our business space.”
According to her, key stakeholders in the business ecosystem made up of the government/public, businesses, research and development institutions, among others would be brought together under the same roof to dissect the theme of the conference.
National Project Coordinator, NCSC 2019, Adeyinka Adewusi, listed key features of the conference to include: keynote presentations and panel discussions from industry/business thought leaders, government, investors, international organisations, entrepreneurs, CEOs across different sectors of the economy.
“Our goal is that we come together across industries and sectors, learn from outside perspectives and engage, connect to develop strategies that work for our country through building a culture of quality corporate services driven by technology, innovation and entrepreneurship,” Adewusi said, stressing that “with over 1,000 targeted delegates, the NCSC 2019 offers great opportunity through sponsorship, partnership, products and services showcase as well as discuss ideas.”