Think Breakfast Series (tBs), a brainstorming session of decision makers, has been endorsed by many industry key players, in fact one of the most appreciated initiatives so far in 2017, according to Rack Centre.
The tBs is a bi-monthly breakfast meeting session for top executives and has received multiple feedback received so far.
To further elucidate the initiative, tBs is a gathering of 30 passionate executives, decision makers and thought leaders who have to the capacity to proffer solutions to issues affecting their industry and Nigeria through a brainstorming session done over breakfast.
Since the announcement of the series put together by Nigeria CommunicationsWeek and CFAtech.ng, more and more organisations have expressed interest to support the initiative so as to get the best out of it.
The most recent to lend its support is Rack Centre, Africa’s leading multi-award winning tier III data centre, with a commitment to provide top quality collocation services in a secure environment.
Rack Centre has over the years scored first of many and putting its brand behind this laudable initiative designed to expand the conversations on how we can drive the rapid growth of the knowledge economy to the benefit of all is indeed laudable.
According to Ernest Ndukwe, former EVC of Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) and Chairman, Open Media Group “as a leader in Nigeria’s digitization efforts, I can boldly say that forums and meetings like Think Breakfast Series are important to sustain the tempo of technology development.”
Ndukwe will lead the discussions as well as moderate the proceedings, while Tunde Coker, MD, Rack Centre will also be on ground to share his perspectives on the importance of being prepared for the knowledge economy while ensuring that progress is made in a sustainable manner.
Meanwhile, the conveners, believe that Nigeria has a plethora of challenges that must be solved if she must be a great nation indeed and tBS would serve as a platform to assist Nigeria in achieving the greatness it deserves within the comity of nations.
“Yes, it is good to be blessed with natural resources even though in the case of Nigeria it appears to be more of a curse,
We must now begin to look far into the future and emulate what other oil driven economies like United Arab Emirates, Norway etc. have done to position their economies for the future which is clearly the knowledge economy.
This is exactly why forums like tBs are important”, the converners stated.
The maiden edition of Think Breakfast Series (tBs) comes up on the 22nd of February, 2017 by 8am at the Prime Chinese Restaurant, Plot 860 Bishop Aboyade Cole Street Victoria Island, Lagos.
“The tBs is strictly by invitation because we want to maintain a high quality, so if you are a top executive, we are open for partnerships to help drive this initiative”, conveners said.