Join Dr. Doyin Salami, an accomplished Economist and other Retail Management Experts at THE RETAIL ROUNDTABLE to discuss THE NIGERIA RETAIL OUTLOOK 2019
The Retail Roundtable presents The Nigeria Retail Outlook 2019 with the theme ‘Building The Appetite For Sustainable Growth’ holding on January 17, 2019 at the Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria. The event starts at 9:00 am
The focus is to discuss key issues that will shape the development of the retail industry and retail businesses in Nigeria. We invite you to attend this event and receive practical and business focused insights, proven and actionable ideas and strategies.
Enterprise level leaders and executives are expected at this event, providing you with a peer to peer networking and relationship building.
N50,000 per Participant
(10% Off for NACC members)
Guest Speaker Dr. Doyin Salami is the CEO of Kainos Edge Consulting Limited. He is an Adjunct Lecturer with Lagos Business School (LBS). He was Principal Consultant in Edward Kingston Associates. His consulting activities have included assignments for the Department for International Development (DFID), World Bank, United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), and United States Agency for International Development (USAID).Dr. Salami is a past member of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Member, Monetary Policy Committee, and the Federal Government’s Economic Management Team.More
The Nigeria Retail Outlook 2019
Globally, the the industry is going through a challenging phase. In Nigeria, the retail landscape is experiencing a transformation that is shaped and driven by changing consumer preferences, heightened competition from nimble new entrants, a rising ecommerce trends, and dynamic socio-political environment.
In particular, as the country heads for a general election in 2019 and with political calculations daily shaping the issues in the socio-political space, winning and visionary business owners and leaders cannot afford to stay aloof.
The country is projected to grow though sluggishly from 1.9% in 2018 to 2.3% in 2019, but there are clouds in the horizon that may possibly cause the economy to under-perform, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF). Growth is however expected to gain steam going forward thanks to rising oil production following a significant ramp-up in infrastructure investment in recent years and rising oil price. Moreover, softer inflation and improved exchange rate liquidity should buoy domestic demand dynamics in 2019.
However, political uncertainty and downside risks related to the 2019 elections and politics is high, likely putting economic reforms on the backburner and delay the 2019 budget. Governance may infact be on recess!
These issues clouds the outlook for 2019. However, one thing is certain: whatever the outcome of the 2019 elections, Nigeria will be the same again…..
Join other retail industry stalwarts at The Retail Roundtable in a serene atmosphere of conversation and breakfast to discuss these and many other issues that will shape the development and growth of the Nigeria retail industry and retail businesses in 2019 and beyond
For inquiries on participation, please call +2348134678162 or email ebuka.ugochukwu@