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Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship annual seminars hold June

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EMEKA OKOROANYANWU

The annual business seminar which is dedicated to start-ups and larger businesses will hold in Lagos in June.The Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International-Nigeria, FGBMFI, as part of it Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR has concluded plans for its annual business seminars which is aimed at growing businesses and enabling business owners to thrive amid economic and business challenges.

According to the president of the Southwest 3 District of the fellowship, Mr. Fola Aguda, the aim of the programme is to help micro, small and medium enterprises to achieve business goals regardless of the circumstances involved.

“It is an avenue to build people to weather the storm and as well help established businesses weather the storm and expand the scope of their businesses, relevant topics will be discussed by quality facilitators and it is open to both members and non-members for just a token,” he added.

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The seminar, which is an annual event, would be in two forms. The first is titled ‘Achieving Business Growth in Today’s Economy’ which is targeted at growing businesses while the second is entitled, “Imperatives for Building Modern Businesses” which is for big businesses. Both will come up on the same day at the Academy Guest House and Event Halls and the Lagos Sheraton Hotels& Towers respectively.

The seminar will bring together an array of rich speakers and successful businessmen who will be on hand to impart the participant with the resources needed to make a success of the businesses and career.

“This is the 21st edition, we do our best to get in quality facilitators, we run two seminars concurrently but the focus is different,” Aguda said.

Some of the facilitators include Dr. Sam Ohuanbunwa, Prof. Pat Utomi, Mr. Fola Aguda, Dr. Adebola Olubanjo and Mr. Yoma Victor Onosemude the MD Travel Bay.

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