Visionscape partners Financial Times for Nigeria summit

Visionscape partners Financial Times for Nigeria summit
May 30
22:36 2018

Visionscape Group, a waste management company, has partnered with Financial Times for the inaugural edition of the Nigeria FT summit.

The summit will take place on Thursday in Lagos.

Adeniyi Makanjuola, director Visionscape, will discuss the transition to green economy and how the group is championing green growth across Africa.

John Irvine, CEO, Visionscape Sanitation Solutions, will participate in a panel discussion on how infrastructure in waste management is pivotal as a building block of diversification.


“With the need for economic diversification across Africa and emerging markets, the Visionscape Group is proud to be supporting the Financial Times Summit,” Motunrayo Elias, head, corporate communications, said.

“Visionscape Group shift towards a green economy is imminent as the world seeks sustainable solutions to the emerging global resource crisis.

“The Visionscape Group bridges that gap by leveraging on our collective strength as an integrated Group of companies, partnering with cities and governments.


“We believe public-private synergy is the future in the development of infrastructure and we are glad to be leading that conversation across emerging markets.”

The event, themed ‘Dispelling uncertainty and building resilience’, is expected to host 300 attendees from around the world.

The summit will bring together key government heads, opinion leaders and members of the press.

Financial Times, organisers of the event, said: “As the FT prepares to host its inaugural Nigeria Summit, we look forward to exploring the huge economic potential and challenges the country faces to build a resilient economy. With the support of Sahara Group and other key sponsors, the summit will add vital insight for senior leaders, and create a valuable day of engagement and thought leadership.”


TheCable is the official media partner of the event.


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