Globe Chambers of Commerce and Industry is set to attract more investment in the health sector through the Economic Cooperation and Business Development Forum (ECBD Forum).
The arm of the event tagged Economic Cooperation On Health Investment and Medical Business Development Forum, will focus on the development of the health sector through bilateral trade partnership, and foreign direct investment.
Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George, the President of Globe Chambers of Commerce and Industry said the event which is run in partnership with the Federal Government via the Ministry of Health, will encourage the injection of high profile facilities into the health sector of the country.
“I want to first of all appreciate the Honourable Minister of Health, Dr. Olorunnimbe Mamora for supporting this vision”
“The health sector in Nigeria is lacking a whole lot and to us, this is a great move to improve on what we have”
“In the program, we are integrating the marketing of Nigerian craft, arts and culture via a cultural exchange and trade expo”
“Our goal will always be to draw foreign investment to Nigeria, increase demand for locally made goods through a strategic balance that will put us on the map as more producers”, he said.
Hon. Buchi George further stated that the Economic Cooperation On Health Investment and Medical Business Development Forum is one of the visionary strategies of Dr. Olorunnimbe Mamora to scale up the health sector.
The event will be held alongside the Economic Cooperation and Business Development Forum billed for the United Kingdom, Romania and Czech Republic.
The event will be held in London, United Kingdom between November 1 -15, 2022; December 10 – 11, 2022 in Bucharest, Romania, and December 16 – 17, 20222 in Prague, Czech Republic.