RMB Nigeria (RMBN) is taking its flagship Economic and Business Conference online from Tuesday, 30th of June to Thursday, 9th of July 2020. The ongoing pandemic requires businesses to be innovative, both in response to the challenges posed by COVID-19 and how to practically do business now and in the future. The webinars will interrogate the realities of the present business and economic challenges, offering a holistic approach to navigating this cycle by promoting innovation and agility.
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A roadmap to navigating a rapidly-changing business landscape
Business sustainability is to a large extent dependent on flexibility and the ability to adapt quickly to the constant changes in the macro and business environment. As organisations around the world grapple with the effects of COVID-19, RMBN has analysed the economic landscape and created detailed webinars relevant to its clients across different segments.
RMBN will be holding a webinar on each of the following topics:
- Digital Transformation: Building change into our DNA
- Turbocharging Beneficiation and Value Addition
- Risk Management and Diversification in a VUCA environment
- The West African Investment Landscape
Each topic will be discussed by a diverse panel of industry experts over the course of 90 minutes. The sessions will give participating investors, corporates and policymakers the opportunity to engage deeply on the subject matter.
The RMBN Economic and Business Conference webinar series will be available on Webex, which is free to use, and registration details are available on their website www.rmb.com.ng and you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 presents challenges, but also opportunities to recalibrate. It is a time to engage dynamically on what’s next and connect broadly on how to forge a path forward. RMBN looks forward to engaging with attendees on these important issues through the digital sessions.
RMB Nigeria is a subsidiary of FirstRand, one of the largest financial services groups in Africa.