The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) has resolved to partner with the Chief Executive Officers Clubs Network International, through the Nigerian Chapter CEO Clubs Nigeria, in its sustained efforts to attract Foreign Direct investment (FDI) into the country.
This is in line with the mandate of the Commission to attract and sustain potential investment in the economy.
The CEO Clubs Nigeria is a premier business networking organization whose membership is by invitation only, provides members access to international market, introduce foreign enterprises to the domestic market, provide opportunities for mergers and acquisitions worldwide, explore collaboration and business opportunities with other national chapters, assist members find and promote their business globally and use its unique position to leverage members with national and international political leaders.
The leader of the delegation, Dr. Elvis .C. Enyioko, CEO, CEO Clubs Nigeria informed the Executive Secretary that the Club with the help of their 50 national chapters , is interested in promoting Nigeria investment opportunities across the world and the need for the Commission to partner with them for easy accessibility of information. They also promised to give permanent two pages of promotional adverts on NIPC and her events locally and abroad in their CEOGLOBAL Magazine.
The Executive Secretary of the Commission Mrs. Uju Aisha Hassan Baba who was represented by the Director of Overseas and Domestic Operations, Mrs. Ladi Katagum along with other Directors to receive the team on Monday expressed the Commission’s readiness to partner with any reputable organization that shares the same vision with it, stating that NIPC is the only agency of government that provides both pre and post investment care services to investors.
She assured them of the Commission’s support and willingness to collaborate with them, stressing that the club will help NIPC to achieve its mandate of attracting targeted investment into the economy. She further assured them that all information on setting up business in the country is available in the One Stop Investment Center (OSIC) and emphasized on the need to register all foreign investment with the commission.