TBY signs MoU with Presidency of Nigeria
Nigeria, October 5, 2015—TBY has signed an MoU with the Presidency of Nigeria. The MoU, signed by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President, agrees that the Presidency of the Republic of Nigeria will be designated the official partner of TBY for the production of The Business Year: Nigeria 2016.
The Presidency and the TBY team will work in partnership to produce a comprehensive new edition—TBY’s second publication on Nigeria’s economy. With the Presidency’s support and guidance TBY will examine all major sectors of the economy as well as present the goals and ambitions of President Buhari’s new administration.
The Business Year: Nigeria 2016 will examine all of the major sectors of the economy through interviews with business leaders and the captains of industry that are powering economic growth and diversification. TBY will survey the energy sector and highlight companies that have dynamically adapted to low oil prices. Special attention will be paid to the telecommunications sector, whose tech-based solutions are driving Nigeria’s ambition for greater transparency.
As well as highlighting landmark projects, TBY will investigate the investment climate within Africa’s largest economy and provide useful information about the country’s legal and tax structures. The Business Year: Nigeria 2016 will be presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, giving a global platform from where to outline the multitude of opportunities developing in Africa’s largest economy.
With more than 150 exclusive interviews, The Business Year: Nigeria 2016 will be the most comprehensive publication of its kind on the Nigerian economy and an invaluable tool for investors seeking opportunities in the region. TBY’s interviewees, readers, and partners comprise an international network of thought-leaders helping to define the future of the global economy. In addition to widely circulated digital versions available on iPad, iPhone, and Android applications. Physical copies reach over 97,700 subscribers worldwide.