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Ogun partners with German agency to train 3,500 entrepreneurs

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 Ogun has signed an agreement with the German Agency for Development GIZ to train 3 500 entrepreneurs on how to create start and grow their businesses in a sustainable manner Remi Ogunmefun Special Adviser on Industry Trade and Investment to Gov Dapo Abiodun made the disclosure in Abeokuta on Monday He stated that the agreement aimed at building a vibrant Micro Small and Medium Enterprises sub sector and encourage entrepreneurship He added that the training would help participants to access markets build value chain linkages and prepare their businesses for funding and sustainable operations Ogunmefun stated also that the training would be open to entrepreneurs in Information and Communication Technology ICT cassava food and beverages fashion textiles and beauty care sectors At least 1 072 entrepreneurs shortlisted through the first batch of applications for the Ogun Govt GIZ Entrepreneurship Development Training programme are currently undergoing training The second batch of registration for the training programme has started via https ogunstate gov ng As many eligible entrepreneurs as possible are expected to take advantage of this window to be part of the remaining 2 500 entrepreneurs They would be trained between November 2022 and January 2023 Ogunmefun stated The special adviser enjoined those who needed further information on the programme to call 08033762594 or 08057033027 or email ogunmsme ogunstate NewsSourceCredit NAN
Ogun partners with German agency to train 3,500 entrepreneurs

German Agency for Development

Ogun has signed an agreement with the German Agency for Development (GIZ) to train 3,500 entrepreneurs on how to create, start and grow their businesses in a sustainable manner.

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Remi Ogunmefun

Remi Ogunmefun, Special Adviser on Industry, Trade and Investment to Gov. Dapo Abiodun, made the disclosure in Abeokuta on Monday.

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Small and Medium Enterprises

He stated that the agreement aimed at building a vibrant Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises sub-sector and encourage entrepreneurship.

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He added that the training would help participants to access markets, build value chain linkages, and prepare their businesses for funding and sustainable operations.

Information and Communication Technology

Ogunmefun stated also that the training would be open to entrepreneurs in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), cassava , food and beverages, fashion, textiles and beauty care sectors.

Ogun Govt

“At least 1,072 entrepreneurs shortlisted through the first batch of applications for the Ogun Govt.-GIZ Entrepreneurship Development Training programme are currently undergoing training.

“The second batch of registration for the training programme has started via https:.

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“As many eligible entrepreneurs as possible are expected to take advantage of this window to be part of the remaining 2,500 entrepreneurs.

“They would be trained between November 2022 and January 2023,’’ Ogunmefun stated.

The special adviser enjoined those who needed further information on the programme to call 08033762594 or 08057033027 or email: ogunmsme@ogunstate.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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