Are you a small business owner? Do you want to accelerate your business in 2020? Do you want to learn how to incorporate technology into your business processes, improve your efficiency, productivity and customer satisfaction? Do you want to reduce delays and errors in your daily operations? If yes, then you shouldn’t miss this opportunity.
With the advent of technology and the increasing Internet penetration across Africa, there’s an increasing capacity for small businesses to find solutions to their problems and invariably scale.
However, many small business owners have little or no knowledge of how to use technology to their advantage. This is why the upcoming edition of SME Clinic is themed “Accelerate your business with technology.”
Through the training, we want to train small businesses on the various ways they can automate their business processes and use technology to scale.
At the training, you’ll learn;
- How to take your business online
- Data analysis for small businesses
- Social media marketing
- Online customer communication
- How to sell online, among other tips and hacks you can use to grow your business.
You’ll also have the opportunity to network with other businesses and technology solution providers that will help influence the growth of your business.
Grants for small businesses
In addition to the training, we will be providing 10 small business owners across Nigeria and neighbouring West African countries with a grant of ₦100,000 (CFA 160,000) each.
- Your business should be a micro, small and medium-scale enterprise.
- It must be operating in Nigeria or neighbouring West African countries.
Applications close on Saturday, February 1, 2020, apply here.
Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020
Time: 8 AM to 5 PM
Register now for free here.
Opportunities are open for sponsorship by corporate and startup companies across Africa. For sponsorship details, send an email to [email protected].
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