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Business Writing Skills Development

By: Capacity for Africa

Lagos State, Nigeria

18 - 18 Mar, 2015 

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Provides skills to enhance your organizational profile by persuasive writing that is clear, concise, complete and correct.

1A Unity Road, off Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja, Lagos Mar 18 - 18 Mar, 2015
NGN30,000.00
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08034963484

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