Many businesses lack the infrastructure to upscale their businesses and move to the next level, with infrastructural development being at the core of national debates.
At this year’s social media week, Rensource will be hosting a panel discussion which focuses on how the informal sector can be improved upon through concerted efforts.
The panel discussion titled “Building the infrastructure to grow the informal sector in Nigeria” is timely and relevant being that the Nigerian Informal Sector is a major contributor to the Nigerian economy, accounting for a significant portion of employment and national GDP. According to the IMF, the Nigerian informal sector accounted for 65% of Nigeria’s 2017 GDP.
What are these infrastructures and how best can this sector be supported?
To learn more, please join our seasoned panellist, Tunji Andrew, Tope Omotolani, Funto Faleye and Mayowa Alatishe at the Landmark Event Centre, Lagos on 28th Friday, 2020 by 11 am as they share nuggets that can help you as an informal sector player grow.
To attend this session, please register here: https://sched.co/Zsnr
Article was written by David Newton, a Lagos based Analyst