The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) will host its members and distinguished guests to its Presidential Inauguration Dinner on Friday, December 3, 2021 at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The Annual Presidential Dinner is the premier event of the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce held to celebrate excellence in the Nigerian Business Sector and to promote Anglo-Nigerian business relationships. This year, the dinner is set to be even more symbolic with the Inauguration of the Chamber’s 17th and 2nd Female President – Bisi Adeyemi and the Launch of the NBCC Programming Academy & Incubator for young women.
Speaking on the Inauguration Dinner, the Director-General, Mrs. Ayomide Olajide said the Presidential Dinner “is not only to celebrate and honour the President but also hold a grand and befitting event to showcase the Chamber and its activities”.
This year’s dinner promises to be a riveting experience with Dr. Olayemi Cardoso, Chairman, Citibank Nigeria Limited as the Chairman of the Day and Guest Speaker, Dr. Omobola Johnson, Chairman, Guiness Nigeria Plc.
Chairman of the Presidential Inauguration Dinner Committee, Mr. Akin Osuntoki confirms that the Committee intends to showcase the NBCC as the foremost bilateral Chamber in Nigeria, diligently striving to deepen Anglo-Nigerian trade and investment.
The Nigerian-Chamber of Commerce is the Foremost Bilateral Chamber of Commerce in Nigeria. Her main objective has been the promotion of trade and investment between Nigeria and Britain since inception in 1977. NBCC currently has about 400 members spanning all sectors of the economy made up of Nigerian and British business people. Headquartered in Lagos, NBCC maintains an NBCC-UK Network in London and a developing network of local branches within the country.
The NBCC Executive members in attendance at the event include Prince Abimbola Olashore, Deputy President, Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce; Mr. Akin Osuntoki, Vice President & Chairman of the Inauguration Dinner Committee, Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce; Ms. Anne Rinu, Chairman, Advocacy Committee Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Grace Adejare-Ajuwon, Vice-Chair Communications Committee, Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce and Mrs. Ayomide Olajide, Director-General, Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce.