Dunhill Ventures Family Office’s inaugural investment summit was held in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday 14th March as a precursor to the notable Guardian Nigeria Newspaper’s International Women’s Festival at the iconic Federal Palace Hotel in Victoria Island.

EMC3Nigeria produced and hosted the summit and destination management services which celebrated female founders and investment leaders in family offices and funds as part of the International Women’s Day celebrations themed ‘Inspiring Inclusivity (& Impact)’.

The summit was attended by over a 100 delegates where a selected group of investors shared what their investment visions and opportunities.

The presenters were:

  • Allie Young of Gamehers international women’s gaming hub, New York City.
  • Andrew Collinge of Lotto Billions which is democratising access to Lottery across the globe, London.
  • Anjola Jegede of Logistics Hub, Last-Mile Delivery Sector, Lagos.
  • Anita Nwajei of Wellahealth, low-cost health insurance, Lagos.
  • Ciku Mugambi of Kobo360, Haulage Logistics, Lagos.
  • Ashley Immanuel of Semicolon Workplace Skills Development, Lagos.
  • Mamadou Toure of Ubutu Tribe Gold Tokenisation Platform, Dubai.

EMC3Nigeria’s Baba-Jallah Epega worked as MC of the Summit whilst hosting the programe was Anita Ibru of The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper with Chairman Piers Dunhill and MD Natalie Torin of Dunhill Ventures Family Office presiding.

The programe closed before dinner and networking with an investors’ round table interactive session, where every investor took turn to enlighten the delegates on their businesses.

BIG THANKS goes out to Dunhill Ventures, The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper and all who helped make this groundbreaking Family Office Investment Summit a resounding success. Now the real work begins to actualize the 2-way investment opportunities in abundance. Ask us to find out more……

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