Empowering Women Isn’t Just By Words But By Actions And Providing Resources – Captain Evarest

Woman Empowerment has always been a strong ideology which I take pride in and ever since i created OAS Helicopters, I have ensured that every position in the company is awarded based only on the applicants certifications, experience and ability to perform tasks perfectly. Giving back to the community especially…

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Virtual Digital Marketing Training For Women Begins Tomorrow!!!

There is no doubt the technological advancement of the world today, digital marketing skills has become extremely relevant for aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners as a result of this advancement. To end the International Women's month, in partnership with Axa Mansard Plc, Sme100Africa is organizing a 2 DAYS INTENSIVE ONLINE…

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The Sixth International Women’s Day Conference Ended With A Bang!

The International Women’s Day Conference organized by 100Women is held annually in commemoration with the Global Women’s Day commenced yesterday on March 4th. The conference brings together successful female entrepreneurs; who are innovative game changers in their various industries to educate female entrepreneurs by providing enlightening, relevant and informative content…

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Meet The Key Speaker For The 100Women International Women Conference 2021 – Funke Bucknor-Obruthe

Funke Bucknor-Obruthe is a Nigerian entrepreneur and lawyer. She is the founder and CEO of Zapphaire Events and is regarded as one of Nigeria's pioneering event planners. After practising law briefly, Bucknor-Obruthe was employed at Tie Communications, an advertisement agency, where she worked for a short period. It wasn't until…

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Nigerian Girls and Women Pay Tribute to the New WTO Director Okonjo-Iweali in the #BelikeNgozi Challenge.

On Monday, the Nigerian former minister of finance Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala made history when she was announced the first female and first African Director General of the World Trade Organization. Hundreds and thousands of Nigerian women celebrated her huge achievement by adapting her style of dressing often times native ‘Ankara’…

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