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Imo Summit positions state as destination for economic prosperity 


The Imo Economic Summit Group has restated its commitment to position Imo State to attract more private sector expertise and capital for socio-economic development. 
Operating as International Economic Summit Group (IESG), it said plans are fixed to explore ways to position the state through collective intellectual, business and career experience of her members and acolytes, as a destination for scalable and profitable economic activity for the prosperity of the citizens.   

Director, Strategy and Media Communications, IESG, Pascal Odibo, noted that the summit aimed to assist the government achieve its promises through harnessing the potential of the state. To achieve this, Odibo said IESG, in partnership with the office of the states’ Commissioner for Budget and Economic Planning would launch her socio-economic colloquium in Owerri, Imo State with the theme, “Imo 2020 Budget Analysis and Investment Outlook: Opportunities, Promises and Impactful Execution and the Ease of Doing Business.”    


Odibo, who is also the Group Country Director, Jeff & O’Brien Knowledge Africa said the summit was also aimed at contributing to the sustainable development of Imo State. He added that they’d be triggering a continuous conversation in this regard to assist the government achieve her promises and harness the potential of the state and her people.

Founder and Vice Chairman, Siganal Alliance, Collins Onuegbu, urged citizens of Imo who have been exposed to different spheres of life at home and in the diaspora on economics, leadership, commerce, law and good governance to be present to drive the conversation.

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