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Money and Sustainability Training

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Lagos State, Nigeria

05 - 06 Aug, 2015  2 day

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Are you considering a switch from career to business? Or you have an idea you strongly believe can grow to hire over 50 employees? Attend a 2-day course to learn about how to start, manage, and sustain a business or organization provided by the College of Sustainable Citizenship. Discover business practices that will make your business financially independent and responsible.

Why you should attend?

 Do you know that up to 80% of SMEs fail within 5 years? Records show that this is due to lack of experience, bad business practices, lack of sustainable strategies, poor bookkeeping and financial system, and extant laws and regulations, amongst many others. This training will feature pragmatic sessions to build entrepreneurial capacity and advice on sustainable practices in business, while attempting to simplify the 'legal jargons' you need to know.

Other benefits include

  • Case study discourse
  • Certification of Participation
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Experience Share Session ·
  • Group Assessment
  • Practical Approach to Book Keeping
  • Robust Course Handbook
  • First class facilitators

If you are an SME or an NGO or planning to start up one, then taking this course is the right move for your growth. Exclusive discounts available to NGOs for registration on or before the 31st of July, 2015.

  • Day 1 - Finance and Book keeping for NGOs & SMEs
  • Day 2 - How to set up a Small Business or Organization Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Canton Concourse, 12 Landbridge Avenue, Oniru Estate, Victoria Island Lagos. Aug 05 - 06 Aug, 2015
NGN65,000.00 (Day 1 - N50, 000 Day 2 - N20, 000 (Participants registering for both courses are required to pay a total of N 65,000) Both segments are independent but participants are encouraged to d
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Meka Olowola, Kayode Aremu, Olayinka Thomas-Ogboja