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Firm supports SMEs with training

SME operators trained on global market skills

Consultancy firm, Stage Africa Media & Advisory, has launched an initiative to empower and support entrepreneurs throughout Nigeria called Small Business Saturday.

In a statement on the launch on Tuesday, Stage Africa Media and Advisory said that the initiative, which is a quarterly strategy session will equip business owners with essential resources, strategic guidance, and invaluable insights crucial for navigating the current competitive market landscape.

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Commenting on the initiative, the principal consultant and founder, Stage Africa Media and Advisory, Omotoyosi Ajayi, said, “Our mission is to empower entrepreneurs by offering tailored solutions that address the challenges they face in their business journey. We aim to provide not just theoretical knowledge but practical, actionable strategies that can be immediately implemented to foster growth and success.

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“The initiative will encompass crucial focus areas such as business advisory solutions, which includes tailored guidance addressing financial management, operational efficiency, and strategic planning, growth marketing strategies, digital skills for business growth, which consists of workshops on digital literacy and online platforms vital for business development, strategic communications such as effective communication strategies, brand positioning for a robust brand presence and personal branding solutions for founders and executives to establish authority and influence.”

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