Outperform Business Conference set to inspire entrepreneurs in Nigeria
…Shobanjo, Agboade, Tara Fela-durotoye featuring as teachers
The Outperform Business Conference scheduled to take place at Landmark Event Centre; Oniru, Victoria Island on Thursday, October 31, 2019, has assembled a crop of seasoned, serial, Nigerian entrepreneurs as teachers of its master-classes.
Biodun Shobanjo, chairman of Troyka Group, Degun Agboade, national president of the Nigerian Association of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (NASME), Deji Agboade, founder of the Growth Lab Africa, and Tara Fela-durotoye, the chief executive officer of House of Tara International are among the speakers set to teach and inspire entrepreneurs.
Organised by Growth Lab Africa the conference is targeted at entrepreneurs, business decisionmakers and investors and will highlight appropriate strategies to help them outcompete, thrive and scale.
According to the organisers, attendees will participate in two out of four specific master-classes on the four (4) key pillars of business which are strategy and marketing, systems and structures, finance and people. They will also connect with potential investors; get free business advice and more.
Agboade, founder of Growth Lab Africa while speaking about the conference, said “on our continent and especially in our country today, the failure rate of businesses gives cause for concern. The situation is more worrying when you realize that the failure of a business is very often a sentence to a suboptimal life for an entire family as well as a group of friends who also rely on that business to succeed for their daily survival. It is to this end that the Growth Lab Africa is putting together this one-of-a-kind business conference specifically targeted at helping, businesses grow and scale.”
Other speakers at the conference include Anderson UvieEmegbo, senior faculty at China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Yemi Faseun, head human resources and interim chief operating officer of FBN Quest Merchant Bank, Fernando Madeira, the chief financial officer of ENYO Retail and Supply, Adenike Adeyemi, executive director of FATE Foundation and George Ogbonnaya, group head Corporate Banking of FCMB Plc.