Nigeria’s Private Sector Presents – Made in Nigeria Festival (MaIN)

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Nigeria’s Private Sector Presents – Made in Nigeria Festival(MaIN)

Nigeria’s private sector is preparing to showcase the latest and best it has to offer at the upcoming Made-In-Nigeria (MaIN) Festival.

Date: September 23rd – 1st October, 2016.

Venue: Eko Atlantic City, Victoria Island, Lagos.


The festival is drawn across different sectors of the economy, including: Manufacturing, Retailing, Construction, Mining, Real Estate, Pharmaceuticals, Oil and Gas, power, Hospitality, ICT, Education, Banking & Finance and the Media. Participants will comprise of, stakeholders across Small and Medium Enterprises, Big Businesses and Non-Commercial Organizations.

With emphasis on 5 key sectors of the economy which includes: Power & Infrastructure, Agriculture, Technology, Manufacturing and Sports & Entertainment. MaIN Festival seeks to provide an enabling platform for networking and creation of new opportunities for goods and services Made-In-Nigeria. Its goal is also to enhance innovation and creativity, promote a buy-Nigeria culture, stimulate key growth sectors, create jobs as well as facilitate trade and investment across the five key sectors.

MaIN Festival further seeks to renew the social contract between government and the private sector, and also drive the establishment of a new order. In this regard, the initiators, emphasized that every Nigerian has a role to play and a responsibility to reignite the economy and improve the quality of Made-In Nigeria products and services.

MaIN Festival is being organized by the MaIN Group in partnership with Business Day Newspapers as well as other private sector organizations. Board of Advisors of the initiative include: Prince Adesegun Oniru, Mr. Aliko Dangote, Dr. (Mrs.) Stella Okoli, Mr. Ronald Chagoury and Senator Oluremi Tinubu.

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