Talking Trade Webinar – December 2021 Edition: “Talking Trade Webinar 2021 – The Journey So Far and a Recap”
Date and Time: Saturday, December 4th 2021
11am ET (US & Canada)
5 pm (West Africa Time)
- Dr Ken Ukaoha (President of the National Association of Nigerian Traders).
- Titi Ojo (Acting Executive Secretary, The Network Of Practicing Non-Oil Exporters Of Nigeria (NPNEN)
- Mr Abdullahi Sidi Aliyu- CEO A.S. Dynamic Ventures Ltd
- Ekeanyanwu Reginald Nnabue – Chairman/CEO of Sargasso Worldwide Ghana Limited
- Engr Titus Olowokere – President & CEO of the US-Africa Trade Council
- Olufemi Boyede, CITP – CEO FemiBoyede Consulting and Koinonia Global Services Inc.
- Various Contributory Speakers
Moderator/Anchor: Lady Kay
Host/Convener : Olufemi Boyede, CITP
It was an excellent and befitting way to end the year on a high note. The December edition of the Talking Trade Webinar was a special one. It featured a special panel of trade experts who highlighted topics discussed over the past months. Contributing speakers gave testimonials of applied principles and how their businesses have progressed from nuggets they picked up in the previous webinars. It has truly been a wonderful half-year of insightful discussions and enlightening webinars. We hope you have gained a lot from these webinars and we look forward to greater heights in 2022.
Please see below for the resources collated for the December webinar “Talking Trade Webinar 2021 – The Journey So Far and a Recap”
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About The Talking Trade Webinars
The Talking Trade with Femi Boyede Webinars has been set up to discuss, in a professional manner, all the angles related to the various issues that a firm, an individual, or a country can expect to confront as they design, implement or modify their strategic processes to manage global trade. It is a virtual platform for engaging discussions on international trade; its components, the values international trade offers to individuals, corporations, and countries, such as the reduction of poverty, creation of employment, increased corporate profitability and the growth of national economies, among others.
Expected Outputs and Outcomes
The outputs of the Trade Webinar series will include:
a. Webinar Report: A summary of key findings and policy recommendations distilled from each session, combinations of sessions, papers, and keynote speeches.
b. The proceedings of the webinars, incorporating relevant comments and feedback from peer review and webinar participants will be published after the episode or quarter.
c. Presentation of these findings and recommended solutions will be made to relevant governments agencies, ministries and parastatals as well as other identified stakeholders.
d. Our inhouse team will track results of the webinar series, and make updates available to subscribers and stakeholders.
The Moderator /Anchor
Kemi Amusan popularly known as Lady Kay is a linguist (French and English), an Editor, a Crisis Prevention Intervention Trainer and a community leader (leading several thousands of blacks) as the immediate past president of the Nigerian-Canadian Association in Greater Toronto Area, Canada. She currently works as an Assistant Registrar in a great university in the Caribbean. Lady Kay gives back to the community as the Senior Advocate of Global Women Ambassadors, Canada. In this role, she organizes programs to educate, elevate and facilitate many socio-cultural, entrepreneurship, immigration, educative, empowerment programs for families. Lady Kay is also the host of Agbajo Owo and Ask Lady Kay – the broadcasting arms of Global Women Ambassadors that seek to ‘build the community, one family at a time’.
The Host /Convener
Olufemi Boyede, CITP has over thirty years of professional experience in international trade and strategy, policy advocacy and human capital development. He has broad expertise in trade and business environment improvement, regional integration frameworks, trade linkages, services exports, public-private dialogue and advocacy on non-oil exports and enterprise development issues.
He has a strong background in private sector management positions and consulting roles in the business, trade and logistics communities, and more recently has held numerous senior trade and export development positions in Nigeria’s public and private sectors. In addition to several Consultancy assignments with International Agencies including the World Bank, DFID, GIZ, USAID, the Commonwealth Secretariat and the International Trade Centre (ITC).
‘Femi’s 30 years of international trade expertise places him in a leveraged position to provide professional advice to worldwide with clients (both importers and exporters) helping them to successfully navigate the day to day complexities of the international trade industry.
His passion to increase awareness and equip international trade stakeholders forms the basis for these series of webinars.