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Facebook partners She Leads Africa for a two-day female focused SMB and entrepreneurship training in Abuja

Continuing on from its commitment to train people in vital digital skills across Nigeria and here in Abuja, throughout 2018, Facebook announced two training dates specially designed for female entrepreneurs and female owned Small and Medium-sized Businesses in Abuja.

She Means Business

Partnering with She Leads Africa (SLA), #SheMeansBusiness Nigeria is the first to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa and will bring together thousands of female entrepreneurs in a series of day workshops and training sessions across six cities in Nigeria, including here in Abuja, Lagos, Kaduna, Port Harcourt, Ibadan and Aba. Training sessions will be followed by post-training clinics aimed at re-engaging, advising and mentoring participants.

  • She Leads Africa: #SheMeansBusiness training – July 20th and 21th
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Organisations interested in arranging training for their members or groups, can contact the various training partners:

For She Means Business, visit http://sheleadsafrica.org/shemeansbusiness/


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