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Lagos industry body secures key partnership

19 February 2016, 21:38

Lagos - The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has announced a major partnership ahead of the Commerce and Industry Awards.

The organisation has partnered with Caritas Communications, said to be Africa’s leading reputation management consultancy reputed for addressing business risks and opportunities.

Speaking on the partnership, the Director General, LCCI, Muda Yusuf, expressed pride at the partnership.

"Caritas Communications will source for potential sponsors across various sectors of the economy, leveraging its stance as one of Nigeria’s versatile and respected corporate communications consultancy.”

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Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Caritas Communications Ltd, Adedayo Ojo, expressed pride at the firm’s appointment as partner for the industry awards.

“It is a rare privilege working with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) which is the largest chamber of commerce in Nigeria. The LCCI Commerce and Industry Awards is arguably the most credible, competitive, and inclusive award in the Nigerian private sector,” Ojo said.

The awards event is scheduled for May 14 in Lagos.

A total of 20 awards will be conferred.

The annual awards event, which is aimed at promoting trade and advocating business policies, will recognise deserving corporate and public
institutions that have contributed to commerce and industry development in different sectors of Nigerian economy through innovations, business sustainability and positive societal impact.

- News 24


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