Leading reputation and brand management company, Zenera Consulting is partnering CSR-in-Action for the 3rd Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference scheduled for October 24 at Intercontinental Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos.
The SITEI Conference, which is in its third year of running, is an event that addresses the challenges of local entrepreneurs, job seekers, policies and critical issues surrounding the implementation of quality local content participation in the Extractive Industries and proffer practical solutions towards improving entrance, accountability and transparency in the sector. The theme for this year’s edition is: “Local Content Participation, Accountability and Transparency.”
The one-day event is organised annually by CSR-in-Action, a non-profit organisation devoted to the advancement of social ethics, social responsibility and corporate governance in Africa. Zenera is a partner of CSR-in-Action.
Zenera Consulting is providing strategic communication services for the conference towards, which is expected to attract key stakeholders in the oil, gas and mining industries,
With over 45 years of combined experience, Zenera Consulting focuses on assisting clients to maintain and optimize relations with their critical audiences, opening up communications channels that ensure endearment and the often well-needed stakeholder emotional connection.
Some of the dignitaries expected at the event include the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Engr. Ernest Nwapa; Raymond Wilcox, General Manager, Nigerian Content Development; Lara Banjoko, Chief Executive Officer, Zone 4 Energy; Niyi Yusuf, Managing Director, Accenture Nigeria; Christine K, Director, Heinrich Boell Foundation Nigeria; Jeffrey Corey, COO, Seven Energy; Fidel Pepple, Immediate Past General Manager, NAPIMS; Taofiq Tijani, Hon. Commissioner for Energy and Mineral Resources, Lagos State; Owanari Duke, Country Director, Empretech Foundation; Innocent Lagi, Attorney General, Nasarawa State, among other industry captains from relevant government parastatals, community advocators and companies in the mining and oil and gas sectors.