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NCSC conference to help firms deliver innovative service

By Juliet Umeh

Multi-sectoral media company, TenticP Communications, says it has concluded plans to hold the maiden edition of the Nigeria Corporate Services Conference, NCSC.

The event scheduled for  April at Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos is   theme: Building Sustainable Economic Growth through Quality Corporate Services Delivery. It is said to be targeted at driving best practices and innovations in the delivery of quality corporate services for economic growth.

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Lead Strategist of TenticP Communications and Convener of the NCSC, Mrs. Nahimah Ajikanle-Nurudeen, said there is need to create platforms aimed at reinforcing due diligence and injection of best practices in corporate services delivery.

She said: ”In this direction, Nigeria Corporate Services Conference, complemented by Nigeria Corporate Services Awards, will set new tone for application of due diligence at workplaces and best practices in our business environments in Nigeria.

“We hope to use the unique platform to raise and highlight imperatives of quality public conversation on standard business practices, global best practices and doing things right within our corporate and public-service space. This, no doubt, will go a long way in building enduring openness, profitability and big-time trust around our business space,” she added.

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Ajikanle-Nurudeen said the event will feature Nigeria Corporate Services Awards, NCSA, where notable Nigerian achievers in  corporate services  such as Mr. Akintola Williams, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, would be honoured for their contributions to the corporate service ecosystem.

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