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Reminder to book your place at the 4th Annual Infrastructure Asset Summit Africa


Dear Members,

You are cordially invited to the 4th Annual Infrastructure Asset Summit Africa 2015 taking place at the Eko Hotels & Suites, Lagos, on 23rd and 24th of March 2015. This event is about promoting effective asset management and maintenance culture in developing nations with the theme of “Transforming and Sustaining the Economy through Effective Asset Management & Maintenance Culture”.
The event is being organised by Codub Group (www.codubgroup.com) in collaboration with the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI).
To register, visit http://assetsummit.com/register-now/ and for more information or clarification, please email events@assetsummit.com or call the numbers below:
Angela on +234 80 2214 3565, Efe. +234 80 5888 5887

CODUB is offering a 20% discount to all members of NSE and all members should quote ASANSE20 to avail of this offer. The cost will then be N92,000 per person as against N115,000 per person and due to limited spaces, we strongly advice early registration.

Payment should be made to:
Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) | Account Name: Codub Services Limited | Account Number: 0109338663 or 250/228142/110 | Branch: Ajose Adeogun, VI, Lagos.
Please, remember to put your Name and Company Name as well as the NSE code as the reference or remarks. Once payment is received, a confirmation email will be sent to you and you will be formally registered.

Why Attend
The event is also endorsed by the global Institute of Asset Management (IAM), UK, a learned society for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of Asset Management. This is the first time they will be endorsing such an event in Africa.

Other supporters of this event also include: Nigerian High Commission, London, the Federal Ministries of Power, Water and Works, AMFacilities, International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and the Nigerian Society of Engineer (NSE).

As Africa's #1 Asset Management event, this summit will bring together over 200 senior professionals and decision makers from Real Estate & Facilities, Government, Banking, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing and Utilities. In additional there will be training sessions targeted at both managerial and technical levels.

Do not miss this tremendous opportunity to attend one of the most sought after conferences of the year in Africa where key challenges and opportunities faced by infrastructures and facilities in developing countries will be addressed.

In summary, participants will:
Learn about the relationship between Organisation Culture and Maintenance Culture
Learn about Computerised Maintenance Management Solutions
Understand the importance of Asset Management and the correlation between improved Maintenance Culture and Health & Safety (H&S)
Learn about Life-Cycle Planning & Costing (CAPEX/OPEX)
Learn about Reactive & Planned Maintenance Strategies and IT Systems
Obtain insight on how to reduce cost through Resource Efficiency
Learn about the new ISO55000 Standards
Appreciate the role of Effective Employee Engagement in delivering Sustainability
Gain insight on how to increase profitability through best practice in Asset Management
Understand why ‘People' are your key assets and how to get the best out of your staff
Uncover how to improve and implement successful asset management for business critical assets that will lead to increased asset performance, lower costs and risks
Learn how effective Public Private Partnership (PPP) can aid Infrastructure Sustainability
Appreciate making better decisions through Asset Management Data
Gain direct association with the Institute of Asset Management, UK (IAM)
Obtain Certificate on attendance of all the sessions


Kind regards
Amon
General Manager

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  1. Cool. A must attend event for Pros seeking to enhance their knowledge in maintenance

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