Jos Investment Development Discuss to Hold Inaugural Session this Friday.

Following the rise in the need for development in key sectors of the state, the Jos Investment Development Discuss is organizing a series of talk sessions themed ‘UNVEILING PLATEAU: MEET, DISCOVER AND INVEST (MDI)’

Like many others, the Jos Investment Development Discuss was created by young people on the Plateau who are committed to creating conversations around key economic sectors that would inspire and bring about the needed change in the state.
These conversations include innovative marketing strategies that would attract potential investors to the state, thereby, boosting its economy and revenue.

Speaking to one of the team members for the Jos Discuss, Mitong Dapal, “The series would cover key sectors of the Plateau life and economy including agriculture, business, arts and culture, entertainment, sports, peace building and social development, technology. Every session in the series would explore the social and economic issues and potentials of Plateau”

The Jos Investment Development Discuss’ inaugural session will commence on Friday, 18th June, 2021, by 3:30 PM at Compunent Services Ltd, No. 12 Rwang Pam Street, Terminus, Jos with ‘Exporting Plateau Excellence – Made in Jos’ as the inaugural theme.
With carefully chosen guests, The MDI session promises to be expansive and inclusive as all relevant stakeholders from the Government, the Media, the Plateau communities in the diaspora and potential investors have all been invited to be part of it.

Plateau State is a state in the North Central part of Nigeria. It is the twelfth largest state in the country known for its touristic views mostly surrounded by elevated hills and mountains, springs and waterfalls and vast lands. It is also widely known for tin mining and its fertile grounds, hence, a huge economic contributor to the country as its people’s major occupation is commercial farming.

Before the crisis, Plateau was once a peaceful state and home for foreign tourists and investors, who found it worthy of investment and stay, however this is not the case anymore. Fortunately, young concerned Plateauns and organizations like the Jos Investment Development Discuss are looking to heal the land, restore its lost glory and export its excellence to the world.

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