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Professor. Adeola Adenikinju, President, Nigerian Association for Energy Economics (NAEE)
Dr. Olufemi Olarewaju, Director, Sustainability School, Lagos Research Fellow, Centre for Public Policy Alternatives (CPPA)
Dr. Sam Amadi, Chairman and CEO, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission
Samuel Osazee Ahanor, CEO, Magnus Samuel Ltd
Waziri Bintube, CFO, Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry
Yewande Abiose, Managing Director, Nigeria Branch, Energy Institute
Abdulrahman Raji, Managing Director, Yield Energy. Ltd
Ade Aladegbami, CEO & Chairman, Wosley Investments
Dr. Emmanuel Abolo, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, Nigerian Export-Import Bank
Lattee Williams, West Africa Utility Lead, Deloitte
Prince Raymone Okuo, COO, Devon Petrogas
Patrick Okigbo, Principle Partner, Nextier Ltd
Reginald Ike Odiah, Chairman of Infrastructuer Committee, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN); CEO, Bennett Industries Ltd
Wale Shonibare, Managing Director, UBA Capital Plc.




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With an increasing demand for power and growing international interest, Nigeria has been ranked as one of the top investment destinations and growth areas in the world.

US$40 billion worth of investment will be generated by the power sector in Nigeria in the next 10 years. Ensure your company is part of this rapidly growing market - Book your stand at Power Nigeria 2014 today.

  • Launch new products and services to the market

    82% of visitors to Power Nigeria use the event to keep up to date with new product developments / trends

  • Stand out from the crowd

    Power Nigeria visitors use the event to compare and source new suppliers. Use this opportunity to highlight your company's strengths (e.g. performance, pricing, service)

  • Study your competition

    See the latest offerings, pricing and marketing strategies of your competitors

  • Network

    Gain quality face time with prospective clients and current customers. Meeting prospects and engaging face to face is the fastest way to build relationships

  • Understand the market

    82% of visitors to Power Nigeria use the event to keep up to date with new product developments / trends

  • Strengthen existing customer relationships

    Invite your customers to Power Nigeria and finalise contracts

  • Generate sales leads with minimum effort

    Sales leads gathered at events require less effort to close. Research indicates that only 0.8 calls are needed to close a qualified trade show lead, compared to 3.7 calls to close a typical business sale

  • ROI

    Exhibiting at Power Nigeria one of the most cost-effective ways to reach your target audience. According to research, the average cost per visitor reached at a trade show is US$192, while the average cost of a field sales call is US$312

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