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Lagos hosts first CEOs Breakfast

03 December 2013, 18:37

Lagos - The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) will next week host the inaugural CEO Breakfast Forum which will bring together local business executives.

The event is slated for December 11 at the Moorhouse Hotel in Ikoyi, Lagos.

IABC Nigeria Chapter President, Chido Nwakanma said the CEO Breakfast Forum was IABC’s platform for experience-sharing and networking among key players in various facets of business and institutional governance.

Guests would be leaders in management, business and government drawn from marketing communications, banking and finance, telecommunications, government, as well as oil and gas.

Nwakanma confirmed that Airtel Nigeria Chief Executive Officer, Segun Ogunsanya, will lead a session in the event where he would speak on Leadership Communication as an Imperative for Building a Strong Corporate Culture. During the event, he will share experiences and insights on running the Nigerian arm of the fourth largest mobile telecom network in the world as well as his previous experiences as chief executive of blue chip firms.

Founded in 1970, IABC is a professional network of about 15 000 business communication professionals in more than 80 countries. The association’s headquarters is in California. It helps members identify, share and apply the world’s most effective communication practices through thought leadership, publications, networking, conferences and cutting-edge research.

According to IABC, the CEO Breakfast Forum is an enlarged platform for business leaders and communication professionals to share thoughts and interact for enhanced leadership communication and stakeholder engagement.

– CAJ News

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