The Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL) on Monday unveiled plans for its 15th Annual Business Law Conference themed “Re-tooling Business for Change: Leveraging the Tech Explosion”.
Speaking about the conference, the Chairman of the Section and Lead Partner, Detail Solicitors, Ayuli Jemide disclosed that the conference this year will be a hybrid of virtual and in-person attendance, with a remarkable line-up of knowledgeable speakers and panellists who will interrogate critical issues around the exponential growth of technology across the world.
He said, “The conference will amongst other things, spotlight vital topics such as, tech innovation and e-governance; the future of digital financial services; alternative currencies in the digital age; global tech trends in law practice management; the role and impact of technology and innovation in bridging the health care deficit in Nigeria, amongst other vital discourse.”
Leveraging technology, the conference organisers will offer participants and guests a virtual and physical venue for the conference; multiple interactive virtual rooms, physical and virtual speed networking, virtual trade shows, amongst other exciting digital experiences.
Speaking about sponsorship benefits, the 2021 conference Chair, Adeleke Alex-Adedipe also revealed that the conference will offer several business benefits to sponsors in various categories. These he said, will include, Virtual trade show booths; Check-in branding; Sessions background branding; Branded pages between sessions; Branded breakout and virtual meeting rooms; Splash pages; Banner ads; Sponsored listings, highlighted exhibitors, and highlights on the agenda; Sponsored virtual happy hours; Branded Surveys and interactive polling; Branded Gamification; and Virtual office or drop-in hours with sales reps, amongst other exciting offerings.
“In all, the conference will leverage our new digital business environment to give our virtual and in-person attendees a truly digital conference experience,” Alex-Adedipe said.
Traditionally a convergence of the legal and business community, the NBA-SBL conferences present an opportunity for lawyers, policy makers, regulators and investors to engage, discuss, network and unwind in a convivial atmosphere. This year would be no different as the conference would have key stakeholders from the digital ecosystem fairly represented at the conference.
At the end of the last e-conference, panellists and delegates agreed that businesses need to review their corporate governance policies, rules, and regulations in the context of COVID-19 and other potential disruptions; that the “new norm” requires the enthusiastic embrace of technology to promptly and efficiently deliver qualitative services and solutions for clients and other stakeholders
ABOUT THE NIGERIAN BAR ASSOCIATION SECTION ON BUSINESS LAW
The NBA Section on Business Law (SBL) is the special arm of the Nigerian Bar Association, which engenders the development of commercial law and specialised commercial law practice in Nigeria. The section currently has 21 committees who focus on specialized areas of commercial law practice and addressing issues from different sectors of the Nigerian economy. Through its committees and strategic partnerships with the public and private sectors, the section frequently organises periodic workshops, seminars and training programmes for members, with a view to promoting commercial and business interests in Nigeria.
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To read more about the conference, visit www.conference.nbasbl.org
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