Australia set to host Nigeria waste management investment seminar
OctoberFirst Consulting Sydney in partnership with Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) and Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) is set to host the very first Nigeria waste management investment promotion seminar captioned: Nigeria’s Waste: Your Wealth in Sydney Australia.
The event is primed to present Nigerian State Governments and private sector with maiden opportunity to promote investment opportunities in their waste management sector directly to a target audience of potential investors from Australian small, medium and large environmental management companies with interest in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s Waste: Your Wealth Seminar is also expected to create a new waste management export market for Australian companies with state-of-the-art products and solutions needed in Nigeria.
The premier event is scheduled for Thursday 26th of March 2009 at The Sebel, Parramatta Sydney. It is expected to attract company representatives from over 2000 members of WMAA, waste management analysts, consultants, media and Nigerian community in Australia.
The Principal of OctoberFirst Consulting, Mr. Frank Aneke said they are expecting NIPC to mobilize and register Nigerian participants from 36 State Governments & FCT, Environmental Management Agencies and Private Sector.
Nigeria’s Waste: Your Wealth seminar will feature presentations and speeches from waste management stakeholders from both countries including the CEO of WMAA Ms Val Southam. The seminar Guest of Honour is Professor Sunday Agbi, the Nigeria High Commissioner in Australia.
There would be roundtable discussions on Recycling, Waste Collection and Equipment Procurement including a guided tour of adoptable waste management infrastructures for Nigerian delegation next day.
Mr. Frank Aneke declared that Nigeria Waste: Your Wealth Seminar will provide an excellent opportunity for Nigerian State Governments and private sector to develop partnerships with Australian waste solution providers that have interest in Nigeria”.