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New opportunities headline discussions at LCCI entrepreneurship programme

New opportunities headline discussions at LCCI entrepreneurship programme

When stakeholders gathered for the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Entrepreneurship Mentoring Programme Alumni Association’s event in Lagos recently, how to explore new opportunities was top of the discussions.

The association, according to its founders, is steadfast in its mission to empower entrepreneurs, foster collaboration, and drive sustainable economic growth in Nigeria.

The event, which association described as a milestone, was aimed to reunite members from various cohorts since its inception in 2013. It was a resounding success and fostered an environment of entrepreneurship and collaboration for both business and personal growth.

Hosted with the theme, ‘Entrepreneurship and Collaboration for Business and Personal Growth,’ the event resonated with the participants and inspired them to explore new opportunities and forge meaningful connections.

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A major highlight of the event was the engaging panel session featuring distinguished members of the Chamber and alumni of the programme. The panelists included Ajani Oluwatoyin, Seyi Abolaji, Abosede Yinka-Ogundimu, Queen Akinyoyenu, and Olaide Shoetan.

The event which was compered by the duo of Oluwatobi Sola-Abiola and Bunmi Osifeso, had the welfare officer of the association in the panel discussion that delved into key topics on entrepreneurship, collaboration and industry insights.

Providus Bank , which sponsored the event, offered insights into the banking concerns of the entrepreneurs present, explaining that their support for the event underscored their commitment to nurturing and empowering the entrepreneurial community.

LCCI director of the ‘Best Unit,’ Taiwo Nola-Alausa, commended the entrepreneurs and lauded the strength of the alumni association. “The dedication and resilience serve as a testament to the impact of mentorship and continuous learning in fostering business success,” she stated.

The association also used the opportunity to announce its upcoming expo tagged ‘Entrepreneurship Mentoring Programme Alumni’ holding in August 2024. They called all entrepreneurs within the Nigerian ecosystem to engage and benefit from it.