Stakeholders plan talk on doing business in Nigeria

Professional business advisors have concluded plans to hold talks designed to empower stakeholders with the requisite knowledge on how to optimally do business in various sectors of the Nigerian economy.

The seminar, to be organised by Tokunbo Orimobi, an international legal practice with offices in Lagos, Ibadan, Abuja, Mauritius, London and New York, is known as the Tokunbo Orimobi Doing Business in Nigeria Series and is in its second edition, according to a statement by the firm.

The organisers said the seminar would highlight critical legal, economic, financial and business-related issues in doing business in Nigeria and ways to surmount them.

“The seminar, scheduled to hold on October 26, 2017 in London, in partnership with another international legal practice, K&L Gates, among other things, aims to train prospective investors, professional advisers, and foreign governments among others in what to watch out for when attempting to doing business in Nigeria,” the firm said in a statement on Friday.

It added that the DBN Series was an offshoot of Tokunbo Orimobi’s annual economic publication, Gnosis, projecting what would happen in different sectors of the Nigerian economy.

The organisers said the second edition was being organised, following the success of the inaugural DBN Series in April 2017 in New York, in partnership with the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce.

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