Herbert Wigwe GMD Access Bank Osayi Alile CEO ACT Foundation, Austin Okere, CEO, Computer Warehouse Group PLC and Chairman, ACT_Foundation
The stakes are high for only one sector to make significant impact and it is crucial for public, private and social sectors to collaborate and mobilize resources for the social development of the African continent. Hence, there is need for stakeholders to discuss ways that will bring together communities, governments and businesses to contribute and accelerate the growth of Africa.
These were the resolutions of industry experts, key players, thought leaders and stakeholders who gathered on the 25th July at the third edition of the Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation breakfast dialogue in Lagos.
With the theme Social and Global Impact: Engaging for Growth,” the programme aimed at improved synergy amongst stakeholders in social, public and private sectors to engage for sustainable development in Africa. Dr. Herbert Wigwe, Group Managing Director of Access Bank called for all sectors to engage for sustainable development and pave discussions to create new strategies. He also highlighted the Importance of strategic partnership to increase the scope of the organization.
Osayi Alile, CEO of ACT Foundation said the essence of Breakfast Dialogue is to gather the social, public and private sector to proffer long lasting solutions that will enable sustainable impact.
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