Just like the last three years that has seen a consistent display of cohesive schemes aimed at bolstering the corporate image of Nigeria through innovative platforms, BrandiQ Magazine is set to bring together seasoned analysts and minds to crack some puzzles facing the nation.
The event, which is the Fourth edition of Brand Nigeria Symposium series, is billed to take place at the prestigious Metropolitan Club hall besides NIIA, Victoria Island on Wednesday, November 23.
Like all previous editions, this year’s symposium is structured for the express purpose of collating, analysing and aggregating all shades of opinions, ideas, suggestions and thoughts that will Navigate Brand Nigeria away from her current recessional trends to a path that leads to economic and political triumph.
This year’s symposium, which is meant to consolidate on the gains of the 2015 event, has the theme: ‘Brand Nigeria @56: Exploring New Ideas To Make Our Union Work’, with the sub-themes: Social Inclusions/Multicultural Relations; Political Governance and Public Policies; Media and Communications; as well as National Economy.
This year’s theme and the corresponding sub-themes are carefully crafted to drive effective deliberation. They will be discussed by seasoned and experienced professionals and academics.Just like last year, observers believe that this year’s speakers will deliver thought provoking papers that can raise the consciousness of the nation in all ramifications. Over 500 participants from different sectors and students are expected to grace the occasion.
Commenting on the event after a meeting of the Awards Planning Committee, The Publisher of BrandiQ Magazine, Mr Desmond Ekeh, said: “akin to last years’, the 2016 symposium will create innovative in-roads that will lead to solutions to the myriads of challenges facing brand Nigeria. This year, we have decided to look at the state of the Nigerian nation. We believe deliberations from this year’s symposium will give all stakeholders, including government and policy makers a head-start with new perspectives on how to tackle diverse challenges undermining the well-being of our Union.”