The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), one of the leading voices in the organised private sector (OPS) in the country is set to induct new companies into its membership on Wednesday 21st October, 2015.
Director General of the chamber, Mr. Muda Yusuf who stated this a press statement said: “the induction of new organisations on our platform is usually organised to formally accept and welcome organisations that operate within the Lagos business community and other parts of Nigeria.
“The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, since its establishment in 1888 has committed itself to the promotion of a conducive business environment for the organised private sector by supporting or opposing legislative or other measures affecting trade, industry, commerce and agriculture,” he added.
This according to him, had made membership of the LCCI very attractive to many private sector operators in Nigeria.
This year’s event is scheduled to hold at the LCCI Conference and Exhibition centre, Plot 10, Nurudeen Olowo- popo Way, Central Business District, Alausa, Ikeja, around MKO Abiola Gardens at 11am prompt.
According to the Membership and Welfare Committee of the LCCI, “ 160 new members are expected to join the Chamber during the event, while many more who have shown interest, but have not completed their registration will join later on.”
The induction would bring notable businessmen and women from various sectors of the economy together with the sole aim of positively impacting the economy.
The President of the Chamber, Alhaji Remi Bello, is expected to preside over the induction ceremony and officially welcome the new members to the Premier Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Nigeria.