BrandArena: Etisalat Partners EDC for 2013 Global Entrepreneurship Week

Tuesday 26 November 2013

Etisalat Partners EDC for 2013 Global Entrepreneurship Week

(L-R): General Manager, Enterprise Development Centre of the Pan-Atlantic University, Olawale Anifowose, Deputy Director, Enterprise Development Centre, Nneka Okekearu, Specialist, High Value Events and Sponsorship, Etisalat Nigeria, Temitope Omole and Marketing Manager, Personal and Business Banking, Stanbic IBTC, Alero Ladipo, at the Etisalat sponsored Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) Walk, held in Lagos over the weekend.
Etisalat Nigeria in partnership with the Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) of the Pan Atlantic University, last week held the 2013 edition of the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), targeted at youths and young entrepreneurs in the country, to help improve their chances of succeeding in their various chosen businesses.

Head, Business Segment, Etisalat Nigeria, Mr. Bidemi Ladipo noted that it was important for business owners to have access to the right information needed to excel in business.

“At Etisalat, we have been relentless in supporting initiatives that go a long way in assisting young people to achieve their dreams as regards successfully setting up businesses. Some of the initiatives we have used to help develop businesses include Market Access which is in partnership with SMEDAN, our Etisalat Easybusiness package which helps SMEs to communicate at a reduced cost and our recently launched promo called Easybusiness millionaire hunt which gives an opportunity for people with great business ideas to win as much as N2 million. This is the 3rd Edition of the Global Entrepreneurship week which we are sponsoring and we are satisfied with the level of impact these trainings have had,” he said.

The 2013 GEW kicked off on Saturday November 16 with a 7km awareness walk in Victoria Island, Lagos and followed by a seminar on women entrepreneurship development which held at the American Embassy on Monday November 18.  The high point of the week was a seminar tagged “Africa Rising” which held on Wednesday November 20.

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