Practical Nigerian Content, 25 – 27 October, 2011

The Practical Nigeria Content Forum 2011 is scheduled to hold in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital from 25-27 October, 2011. It is the must attend learning forum on Nigerian Content, to not only gain further knowledge of the Nigerian Content Act, but also see it implemented in practice.

Supported by the Nigeria Content Development and Monitoring Board, the three action-packed days will include a one day conference, a one day training seminar and a site visit to the heart of the industry.

For further enquiries contact:

Paloma Cid

Conference Producer
CWC Group Limited
Regent House | Oyster Wharf | 16-18 Lombard Road | London | SW11 3RB | UK
Direct line: +44 20 7978 0047 | Tel: +44 20 7978 0000
Fax: +44 20 7978 0099 | Email:

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