Getting set for Globalization 4.0, Nigeria must tap immensely the opportunities the Fourth Industrial Revolution presents to remain competitive and develop.
The current and developing environment in which disruptive technologies and trends such as Blockchain; Internet of Things; Machine Learning; Artificial Intelligence; Driverless car and Augmented Realty, among others, would dictate the pace of development among nations. Therefore, the need to start using technology to produce our own food, products and other indigenous innovations becomes imperative so that we do not end up dependent on developed countries.
Nigeria Industrial Space: Challenges and Prospects, Stimulating Manufacturing Growth by understanding what lies ahead.
Display of natural raw materials from different organisations and also amongst the states. Interested Raw Material Producers and State Government delegates will be offered airtime to make presentation about the raw materials they produce, and state government will showcase the resources available in their respective states in commercial quantities and the incentives available to encourage investors/investments in resource-based manufacturing.
Fourth Industrial Revolution: the role of women as key elements in attaining sustainable socio-economic development
Creates a manufacturing perspective in value-addition through the processing of selected resource endowments from start to finish as a proof of the feasibility and viability of establishing resource-based manufacturing industries in line with global best practices.
Challenges and prospects of sourcing for Raw Materials for manufacturing purpose: Experience Sharing with Nestle Nigeria Plc.
The Conservation and Sustainably Exploitation of The Oceans, Seas and Marines Resources for Sustainable Development.
Zero-Waste Concept and the Use of Mobile Processing Equipment for Cassava Value Chain.
Prospects for exploitation and Development of Mineral Raw Materials