Third Party Event

17 May 2018 - 18 May 2018

TAMS Summit 2018 will provide a platform for enhancing the discourse on national productivity by celebrating the most productive employees called TAMS Ambassadors and motivating them to work harder and go further in their careers. Also, in attendance will be human resources managers and other distinguished guests, speakers and panellists. The TAMS Ambassadors will receive an assortment of gifts with the Top 3 most productive employees in Nigeria winning an all-expense paid vacation to Dubai.

The Summit would be proffering answers to the questions: ‘How can we make or construct a Nigeria of our dream’? The convener of the TAMS Summit and initiator of the TAMS Ambassadors Award, Afolabi Abiodun, is the Founder/CEO of SB Telecoms & Devices Limited, an innovative ICT company honoured in 2012 as one of the Fast Growth 50 (non-listed) companies in Nigeria by Professor Michael Porter’s AllWorld Network and The Tony Elumelu Foundation.

Obafela Bank-Olemoh, Special Adviser on Education to the Lagos State Governor will be the event’s Special Guest of Honour. It will be chaired by Yetunde Oghomienor, a 2015 Fellow of Hilary Clinton’s Vital Voices Grow programme. Renowned youth advocate and entrepreneur, Ndidi Nwuneli, will be speaking on the theme, ‘Making Nigeria Work: The Imperative of Youth Engagement and Empowerment in Corporate and Public Workplaces’. A distinguished panel of discussants will be moderated by Aruosa Osemwegie, a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and Senior Manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The panelists include Emily Liggett, a Stanford Seed Business Coach; Prof. Adebayo Ninalowo, Pro-Chancellor of Lagos State University; Andrew Gbodume, Managing Director of MRS Oil Nigeria PLC, one of Nigeria’s top oil and gas companies; Andrew Hanlon, Managing Director of TVC, one of Nigeria’s top television channels, and Fola Tinubu, Managing Director or Primero Transport, operators of the Lagos bus rapid transport service.

For more informations, please click here