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There are tons of events in 2017, ranging from corporate ones to non corporate events. Some of the corporate events, tend to address issues bothering institutions and organisations, while other events seem to achieve something else.

Out of the very many events that would hold in Nigeria, one of them looks unique and outstanding. Yes, outstanding. I needed to have a critical look at the objectives of the event and the calibre of persons that would grace the event. As well as other factors too that triggered my conclusion to term it outstanding.

I looked at the top decision makers that would be at the event, and noticed that Engr. Ernest Ndukwe, Chairman, Open Media Group; Tunde Coker, MD, Rack Centre; Yele Okeremi, MD, Precise Financial Systems, James Agada, CEO, Computer Warehouse Group; Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, Founder/Chairman, SOFEE, Chris Uwaje, Director General, Delta State Innovation Hub; Ikechukwu Nnamani, Medallion; Sunday Folayan, President, Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA), Mohammed Rudman, Managing Director, Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) will all grace the event. Isn’t this inspiring? Of course it is.

These calibre of persons are like spices to added to boost the taste and feel of the event. When you have an event that would be graced by the aforementioned persons, you have to think twice, even if you aren’t interested at the initial time.

Which Event?

It is called tBs (Think Breakfast Series). One of the events that has received many applauds and support from top decision makers in Nigeria.

To butress this, tBs is a gathering of 30 passionate executives, decision makers and thought leaders, who have the capacity to proffer solutions to issues affecting the industry and Nigeria at large.

However, this is a laudable iinitiativemuted and organised by Nigeria CommunicationsWeek in conjunction with CFAtech.ng.

Meanwhile, tBs holds on the 22nd of February, 2017 at the Prime Chinese Restaurant, Victoria Island. Just at the corner.

Why CEOs Must Attend this Event?

Considering what is happening in Nigeria at the moment, it is germane that key CEOs of various industries converge and figure out the practicable ways of restoring the shambled economy.

In one of my write-ups, I discussed about how the idea of industrial revolution was muted. It was in a gathering of some persons at a coffee shop. This would definitely serve as a platform to address the issues confronting our country.

A session for top executives to brainstorm is an ideal way to fish out different business opportunities. A lot of CEOs in Nigeria have maximised brainstorming sessions like this. Striking out business deals that worth billions afterwards.

"Think Breakfast Series,  a Must-Attend for CEOs

For instance, the ICT sector is one of the sectors that is believed to have quantum of prospects in terms of investment. Most foreign investors are coming, taken some advantages that ordinarily would have been ours. tBs is designed to deepen conversations in the ICT space, the sector with a bright future therein.

In addition, tBs will create an opportunity for you to rob minds with industry leaders and generate more ideas that can shape your organisation.

“I am excited about this crucial gathering that will add immense value. Forums like tBs are important to sustain the level of technology development in Nigeria”, says Ernest Ndukwe, former EVC Nigeria Communications Commission.

Meanwhile, Nkem Begho, CEO, Future Software, has also expressed her support for tBs stating that the act of brainstorming amongst decision makers and other top executives would be of enormous importance to the ecosystem.

“Every serious economy cannot over emphasize the need to think and brainstorm,” she added.

Final Thoughts

tBs is the perfect gathering to be part of this 2017. We urge top CEOs and decision makers to be part of this transformative initiative.

Event like this one is usually by invitation, so as to maintain the high quality tempo.

If it interests you to join other top executive and other key decisions makers, register @ http://tbs.com.ng/tbs-registration/