Unity Bank Supercharges Corpreneurship Challenge: N16 Million Up for Grabs to Fuel Youth Entrepreneurship!

Unity Bank Plc is turning up the heat in the entrepreneurial arena with an electrifying boost to its Corpreneurship Challenge, now offering an impressive N16 million per stream in prize money. This dynamic initiative is set to turbocharge the start-up capital for budding young entrepreneurs, unleashing a wave of possibilities in Nigeria.

In a groundbreaking move, the winners of the business pitch are in for a substantial windfall, with N800,000, N500,000, and N300,000 awaiting the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions respectively. This significant increase in prize money adds an extra layer of excitement, surpassing previous editions and affirming Unity Bank’s commitment to empowering the next generation of business leaders.

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Adenike Ambimbola, the Divisional Head of Retail and SME Banking, commended Corps Members for delivering high-quality business plans. Her accolades underscore the bank’s unwavering dedication to fostering entrepreneurship development in Nigeria.

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Dr. Opeyemi Ojesina, Head of SME Banking at Unity Bank, emphasized the profound impact of the Corpreneurship Challenge on youth empowerment and job creation. He highlighted the program’s innovative approach, positioning it as a catalyst for nurturing the aspirations of emerging entrepreneurs.

Launched in 2019 and expanded to 10 states in 2020, this initiative operates in collaboration with the NYSC Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) scheme. It provides a dynamic platform for participants to pitch their business plans and seize the opportunity to win substantial grants. The stakes are higher than ever, making this challenge a pivotal force in shaping the future of entrepreneurship in Nigeria.

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