WHY ATTEND ASSET SUMMIT AFRICA 2018?

The economic growth in Africa has surpassed all expectations and the rise in population will make Africa a big focus for the next 50 to 100 years. Home to 1.2 billion (up from just 477 million in 1980), Africa is projected by the UN to double to 2.4 billion by the year 2050. Ageing assets and insufficient capacity means that the infrastructure that were built years ago are unable to cope with the population and technology growth. Hence, this presents a huge opportunity in Physical Asset Management, which is what the summit is about.

Now in its 5th edition, come and network with senior decision makers while discovering new products, technologies and solutions for your organisation. This summit is the only event in Africa that deals specifically with the problems and solutions to the lack of maintenance culture (a key aspect of Asset Management), which is a major issue in developing countries.

Codub Consulting, a UK based company plans to host the Asset Summit Africa on the 27th and 28th June 2018. The summit is a cross sector event that aims to attract more than 500 senior professionals from different parts of the world in both the private and public sectors. Expert speakers (local and international) will deliver presentations covering real business case studies that outline the ways in which Asset Management can be effectively implemented and in turn make a real difference to the society and an organisation’s bottom line.

Knowledge of Asset Management will help business owners and managers to learn how to reduce operating costs, increase the economic life of capital equipment, reduce company liability and increase the reliability of systems and components. The workshop will also address organisation culture and people. Some of the sessions will provide a learning platform to introduce participants to the importance of Asset Management including the latest ISO55000.

With previous support from the British High Commissioner of Nigeria, the Department for International Trade (former UKTI), the Institute of Asset Management (IAM), the Nigeria High Commission in the UK, the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), International Facility Management Association (IFMA), Occupational Safety & Health Association (OSHAssociation) the Federal Ministries of Power, Transport, Water and Works, this event promises to be more memorable and well attended than ever before!.

The theme of the summit will be “Cutting Costs, improving Safety and Extending Asset Life Span for a Sustainable Future.”

This event provides high level networking and huge value including:

  • Cultivating new business to business relationships especially with international companies
  • Build rapport as you meet face to face and network with global experts
  • Gain insight on how to increase profitability through best practice in Asset Management
  • Get the latest industry updates, policies, technologies and solutions
  • Full conference proceedings of the technical sessions to be made available via USB or online
  • A choice of short presentations and longer workshops over both days
  • Prominent keynotes with expertise in asset management

The summit usually ends with a cocktail reception.

 

The theme of the summit will be “Cutting Costs, improving Safety and Extending Asset Life Span for a Sustainable Future.”

This event provides high level networking and huge value including:

  • Full conference proceedings of the technical sessions to be made available via USB or online
  • All sessions will be filmed and made available to all attendees
  • A choice of short presentations and longer workshops over both days
  • Prominent keynotes with expertise in asset management

The summit will end with a cocktail reception.

Key Topics at the Asset Summit Africa 2018

  • Finance, Culture & Strategy – Asset Management: The Key to Decision Making
  • Framework for Asset Risk – Management of Aging Assets
  • Asset Performance and Customer Service
  • Closing the gap between Engineering Plans and Financing Realities
  • The Asset Management Landscape within the context of ISO55000
  • Asset Management Leadership Skills & Emotional Intelligence
  • The Concept & Challenges of Infrastructure Planning
  • Using an International Benchmark to make a business case for Asset Management
  • Organisation Culture and Maintenance Culture – Is there a link?
  • The Role of effective Public Private Partnership (PPP) in delivering Infrastructures
  • The Fundamentals of Maintenance Planning
  • Choosing the Right People – Recruiting the Dream Team
  • Is Sustainability relevant for Developing Nations?
  • Impact of Regular Maintenance on Health & Safety
  • Fundamentals of Asset Integrity Risk Management
  • …and much more