Despite the emergence of the pandemic, businesses are gradually embracing the opportunities that were birthed as a result of the new normal.
Lagos East Senatorial district is home to numerous clusters of business hubs, factories, and industrial plants like Egbin Power Thermal Station, the largest power generating station in Nigeria.
From the metal/aluminum market in Ikorodu to the international perishable food market in Mile-12; from the printing hub/cluster in Somolu to the aquatic splendor for tourism, artisanal fishing, sandy beach, and coconut fringed Atlantic coastlines in Epe and Ibeju-Lekki; it is also home to several boundary communities with our neighbors, Ogun state.
Powered by entrepreneurs, the Micro, Small, and Medium Entreprises (MSMEs) sector accounts for about 76% of the nation’s labor force and contributes about 50% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
In a bid to further equip businesses like you with prerequisite business information, and connect them with certified and approved government/private sector consultants at no cost to help them address specific challenges in their businesses; like tax and regulatory issues; Funding advisory, and access to markets; Digital Marketing, and Trade Union/Societies in Epe, Ibeju-Lekki, Ikorodu, Kosofe, and Somolu Local Government Areas respectively, which collectively make up Lagos East Senatorial District…. We bring to you, the 1000 BUSINESS AID AT THE LAGOS EAST MSME WORKSHOP/CLINIC in partnership with FATE Foundation, supported by Standard Chartered Foundation and Youth Business International (YBI).
As a representative of your interest as a people, my team and I took the time to fully comprehend our challenges and your needs to articulate efficient strategies. One of which to further equip businesses within our District is this program.
This program aims to support 1,000 entrepreneurs and businesses across 16 LCDA in Lagos East Senatorial District with valid business information for business growth and opportunities.
All Participants shall be given a set of “The Nigerian Entrepreneur’s HandBook.” The 7 books covering the following areas of thriving businesses: Strategy, Marketing Communication, Tax Management, Legal, Digital Technology, Human Capital and Financial Management were produced by FATE Foundation in partnership with top firms in Nigeria such as Deloitte, KPMG, Banwo & Ighodalo, Varraki Business Solution, ACCA amongst others while the free copies on this Programme were funded solely by the Office of Senator Mukhail Adetokunbo Abiru.
Finally, I urge you all to seize this opportunity to benefit from this ground-breaking initiative, by visiting https://bit.ly/BRPMSMECLINIC