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Firm holds second exhibition in Lagos

By Opeyemi Babalola
26 November 2022   |   2:58 am
A firm, Allied Integrated Promotion And Management Ltd., will hold its second conference exhibition on December 8, 2022, in Lagos.

A firm, Allied Integrated Promotion And Management Ltd. will hold its second conference exhibition on December 8, 2022 in Lagos.

The theme is: “Developing strategic Brands Quality Management in a post-COVID-19 pandemic.”

The Organising Secretary, Mr. Obinna Ndukwe, in a statement in Lagos, said “the programme is intended to create new techniques in brands’ quality management, modern marketing strategies in the present global competitivemarket, rebranding and development of sales in e-commerce and afford interaction of participants in allied industries, amongst others .”

He said the event would also feature awards presentations for quality brands in Nigeria and the West African sub-region.

“The awards, which will be in the plaques, certificates and domestic gifts, have been strategically designed in based on a number of criteria, including Best Quality Brands and Services Delivery Evaluation; Credible and Outstandingly Performing Organisations and Industries; Business Gurus Per – Excellence, among others.

This is the second edition of the conference. The first edition was held in 2021.

This edition is bigger and wider and would accommodate more participants with a lineup of professional economic speakers of repute and very important personalities from the private and public sectors attending. It promises to be a grandeurs moment that will linger in the memory

The personalities involved in are high profile Industrial and service delivery professionals doing well in their various sectors. There is no doubt that this edition will be a tremendous success considering the logistics input so far. All awardees will also come on the pages of our Quality Digest Magazine Publications which drives premium brands available in the country every month” the programme director, Barrister Kayode Abolade concluded.

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