Meet Africa's most inspiring leaders and mining industry players. Through collaboration and innovation, we're committed to tackling the most pressing mining-related issues and shaping the future of Africa's mining sector.
Nigeria Mining Week is more than just a mining event - it is a community that collaborates and innovates year-round to solve the most pressing mining-related issues. We work with these forward-thinking industry associations and institutions so we can have a strong mix of representatives that reflect, and can elaborate on, today’s African mining challenges. Find below our Industry Partners to learn how they are involved with Nigeria Mining Week and how you can get in touch with them.
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Equipment Leasing Association of Nigeria Ltd/GTE (ELAN) is a Business Membership Organisation (BMO), established in 1983, primarily to promote the business of leasing in Nigeria. Membership of the Association consists banks, finance houses, independent leasing companies, insurance companies, equipment vendors as well as professional firms and individuals.
Over the years, ELAN has been promoting economic and developmental growth through leasing, working with government and development partners, to provide the much-needed integral support for national economic growth.
Hebron, based in Abuja Nigeria, is a studio driving that helps businesses drive sales, host clients, product launches and showcases as well as media coverage.The organisation is a supporting partner in the design of our Nigeria exhibition allowing us to create an immersive experience for our Delegates.
In 2003, Nigeria voluntarily signed up to the global Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). NEITI focuses on four main areas. Improving Nigeria’s macroeconomic environment; pursuing structural reforms; strengthening public expenditure management; and implementing institutional and governance reforms.
The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) Act 16 of 1995 established the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission established by law to encourage, promote, and coordinate all investments in Nigeria. This act also regulates the participation of foreign businesses in the country. The NIPC Act allows foreign nationals to own up to 100% equity and invest in any business in Nigeria except those indicated on the negative list as defined by section 31 of the Act such as production of arms, ammunition, narcotics and related substances.
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