The Nigeria – South Africa Chamber of Commerce (NSACC) will hold its March 2019 Breakfast Forum scheduled for March 28, at the Sky Restaurant, Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos, at 7.30am prompt. Ije Jidenma, CEO, Leading Edge Consulting and managing partner – IRC (Nigeria), will be the guest speaker for this month’s edition.
Jidenma is a management consultant and professional who holds a PhD in Psychology with specialisation in Psychometrics from the University of Lagos. She is the CEO of Leading Edge Consulting, a HR and organisational development firm. She also serves as the managing partner of IRC (Nigeria), a member firm of IRC global executive search partnership ranked as the largest and fastest growing search alliance with footprints in 85 cities of the world across six continents.
She will share insights on the topical issue: “Bringing The GC Index To Nigeria: How To Make a Game Changing Impact In Your Organisation‘’ in our ever evolving Society”.
The executive secretary, Iyke Ejimofor, says the event is primarily for captain of industries, business owners and top level executives as well as other interested parties, saying the chairman of the Chamber, Foluso Phillips and other executive directors are expected to attend the forum. He further notes that as in previous times, this edition will be educative and also insightful.
Ejimofor, on behalf of the Chamber encourages everyone who wants to grow and strengthen his or her business or gain insights on how to thrive globally should make effort to attend. He expressed that the meeting is a “great door opener and participants will benefit in many ways, including: finding personal contacts for future follow up and initiate new vendor relationships, and so on.
Since the inauguration of the Nigeria-South Africa Chamber of Commerce in the year 2000, the bilateral relation between both countries has grown tremendously. The Chamber has been a veritable economic tool responsible for the increment in trade between Nigeria and South Africa.
Through the Chamber activities, many South African firms have indicated interest in joint partnership with Nigerian firms and other forms of economic co-operations with several business establishments in Nigeria.