Falowo becomes president of Nigerian-British chamber
By the development, Falowo, who was the Deputy President of the trade group before his elevation, would set the tone for the agenda of the organisation over the next two years.
“It is our desire to position the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce as the premier bilateral Chamber in Nigeria,” he said.
To achieve this objective, he has outlined several key initiatives, which include the completion/commissioning of the NBCC Plaza and dedication of a facility to host the British Trade Center within the Plaza premises.
Enhancing trade relationships between Nigeria and the United Kingdom; and establishing and Launching of a Nigerian Trade Center in the UK.
Others are revamping and broadening the activities of the chamber to attract market-leading Nigerian and British companies; provide a closer interaction and an access to Nigerians who desire to do business with UK companies and actively promote a high-level participation in the Outward and Inward Trade mission activities to further position NBCC as the leader in the Chamber movement.
Falowo noted that with the current slow state of affairs in the global economy, Nigeria inclusive, the chambers was under no illusion about the tough agenda it had set, but he was optimistic that with determination and the zeal members had shown in the past, the set goals will be met.
“As you all know, a good plan is as good as the ability to implement it. Therefore, I appeal to all members to join in the effort of repositioning NBCC as the reference institution for bilateral trade”, he added.
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