First Bank of Nigeria Limited mentioned it might host the second version of its 2020 SME Business Clinic this week in Port-Harcourt and Abuja respectively.
The financial institution in a press release mentioned: “the event themed “Building a sustainable Business” could be held on 25th and 27th February 2020 in Port-Harcourt and Abuja respectively.”
It acknowledged additional that SMEs ought to to take the FirstBank SME diagnostic software on its web site with a view to stand an opportunity to be amongst the individuals that can be within the SME Business Clinic in Port-Harcourt and Abuja.
The financial institution mentioned: “The FirstBank SME diagnostic tool is designed for SMEs to check the health of their business, better understand it and drive profitability. The SME Clinic will feature one-on-one business advisory services, mentoring, networking opportunities and participants will also be acquainted with the requisite knowledge and business tools needed to drive efficiency in the day-to-day operations of their business.”
Speaking on the occasion, Gbenga Shobo, the Deputy Managing Director, FirstBank, mentioned, “at FirstBank, we are proud of the giant strides we have taken over the years towards enhancing the SMEs for their businesses to thrive, have a fair play in the market and contribute to the Gross Domestic Product of the country. We remain the trusted financial partner of SMEs and reiterate our resolve to be known as the brand that enables their success; much the same way that we have for over 125 years enabling Nigerians and the economy at large”.
The coaches on the occasion are Seye Olurotimi, Lead Consult at Cedar Tribe Limited, an SME branding skilled and business development marketing consultant with huge expertise serving to SMEs develop efficient manufacturers and Robert Yakubu, founding father of the Instabiz Academy and the Business Mastery Program, a digital entrepreneur and business strategist empowering entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs and business professionals in Port-Harcourt and Abuja respectively.
The SME Clinic session is organized in partnership with SME Traction, a number one business teaching platform geared toward empowering SMEs to make knowledgeable selections about their companies, thereby facilitating development and bolstering their contribution to the event of the financial system.
Expressing her delight on the impression the inaugural SME Clinic has had on her business, the CEO, Nibbles Plus More Ventures, Owoeye, Oluyomi, acknowledged that “the first step I took after the SME business clinic was do a strategic road map for my business. Riding on the information I got from the business trend session on consumer landscape, I had a clearer understanding of who my target audience are and have included that in my business plan. The feedback we believe will help us identify untapped markets and problems in our industry, how to reach them and what value we can offer them”.
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