5th Infrastructure Asset Summit Africa 2020
“Cutting Costs, Improving Safety and Extending Asset Life Span for a Sustainable Future”
Postponed | Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos
ABOUT THE EVENT
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 as the economy in other parts of the world slows down. Ageing assets and insufficient capacity means that the few infrastructure that were built years ago are unable to cope with the population growth. Good asset management and asset integrity are essential to assuring the reliability of physical assets and the consistency of revenue inflow. Hence, the theme of the summit is:
“Cutting Costs, Improving Safety and Extending Asset Life Span for a Sustainable Future”.
The UK’s former Africa minister James Duddridge told an infrastructure conference back in March 2016 in London that: “Infrastructure is a pipeline for money. Airports, railways and roads are all pipelines for economic activity. This requires local knowledge and skills but also global expertise and help to get people and money moving.”
This summit is designed to give you the technical and strategic know-how to gain a competitive advantage in today’s market. The speakers are carefully selected to evaluate trends and to provide case study analysis and solutions. Delegates will be able to identify the technologies, standards, applications and methodologies required to cut costs and increase efficiency.
FEATURING KEY INDUSTRY EXPERTS
“For me it was terrific to understand the problems and immense opportunity which [Nigeria/West Africa] represents. In particular the Asset Summit gave me an opportunity to meet many diverse business leaders, appreciate the depth of skills which already exist and I became aware of their exciting energy and optimism”
“I am now well exposed to drive the management of my organisation’s facilities”
“Excellent Presentations! There is a need to have a branch of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) in Nigeria, which will hopefully create Asset Management awareness in all Federal Government establishments.”
“Impressed with the Enthusiasm and Commitment”
“Excellent summit! We should enforce the recommendation of this summit to the government through any means that will force them to accept responsibility. This summit has been productive…”
“It was impactful, informative and has increased my drive to push forward for change in areas within my influence.”
POST EVENT REPORT
4th Annual Asset Summit Africa 2015
Codub Consulting UK in conjunction with the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and her strategic partner, Alpha Mead Facilities & Management Services Ltd., concluded its two-day summit on the theme of “Transforming & Sustaining the Economy through Effective Asset Management & Maintenance Culture.”
3rd Annual Infrastructure Asset Summit Africa 2014
The Asset Summit Africa 2014, in conjunction with the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), surpassed its primary objective with almost 200 delegates attending over the two days, actual presence of representatives from various government ministries with senior executives from private sector added a new dimension.