The Future Africa Project Unveils 2 Weeks Entrepreneurship Training

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Deployed by The Future Project Africa, The Future Enterprise Support Scheme (TFESS) is a two weeks series of seminars, workshops and conferences designed to deliver skill acquisition and capacity building to entrepreneurs.

The Entrepreneurship Unveiled sessions will see leading figures in select industries invest their expertise and experience in building other fledgling professionals, acting as catalysts that spark the creation of enterprise and sustained impact. The selected facilitators have been involved in entrepreneurship and innovation across the country and in a variety of industries.

These sessions are targeted at young, active and aspiring entrepreneurs who want to equip themselves with practical lessons, while engaging with visible role models in charting their own successful pathway in business and entrepreneurship.

The industry experts include

  • Adesuwa Onyenokwe – Publisher Todays’ Woman (TW)
  • Adeola Azeez – Chairperson of WIMBIZ
  • Akin Oyebode – Head, SME Banking at Stanbic IBTC Bank
  • Chude Jideonwo – Managing Director, Red Media Africa

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  • Lanre Da Silva-Ajayi – CEO, LDA Couture
  • Ewemade Bode-Banjoko – CEO, Shakara Couture
  • Adebola Williams – Founding Partner, Red Media Africa
  • Funke Bucknor-Obruthe – Managing Director, Zapphaire Event
  • Kemi Adetiba – Director/Film maker
  • Mfon Ekpo – Executive Director, The Future Project
  • Toju Foyeh – CEO, Toju Foyeh Designs
  • Marek Zymslowski – Managing Director, Jovago Nigeria


  • Evangeline Wiles – Managing Director, Kaymu Nigeria
  • Obi Ejimofo – Managing Director, Lamudi, Nigeria
  • Charles Odii – Curator SME 100 Nigeria
  • Noble Igwe – CEO, 360Nobs
  • Titus and Tobias Igwe – Founders, Speedmeal Nigeria
  • Ese Odiete – CEO, Hesey Designs

and a host of other proven entrepreneurs.

Some of the topics to be covered include:

  • Ideas versus Implementation
  • How to navigate both sides of the entrepreneurial coin.
  • The art of growing from scratch: Things I wish I knew before I launched.
  • Who will fund my big idea? Accessing finance.
  • Harnessing the power of technology in entrepreneurship.
  • Dear Entrepreneur, Here is to falling flat on your face!

Registration which ends on May 31, 2015 is at a subsidised rate of N12, 500 with limited seats available. The training will be held at Victoria Island, Lagos and will run for two weeks from the 2nd to the 12th of June 2015.

Click here to register.



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