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CABE berths In Nigeria

By Gbenga Akinfenwa   |   15 October 2016   |   1:59 am

Nel van Zanten

Nel van Zanten

The Centre for African Business Education (CABE) has opened shop in Nigeria, to create opportunities for students or organisations to achieve operational excellence locally.

CABE is a United Kingdom-based institution focused on the development and exchange of practical knowledge of doing business through products such as its African Business Management course (ABM) and other programmes meant to provide business education and network to interact with others across the globe.

The Centre Director, Nel van Zanten disclosed that what makes the institution different is its ability to provide its students with the right tools, techniques and strategies required for them to achieve operational excellence.

“You can be confident that taking a CABE course or programme will not only give you practical skills and knowledge, but it will provide you with a host of opportunities as you interact with our global network partners and associates.”

Speaking on the initiative, the Business Development Director, Bolaji Sofoluwe, said: “CABE will afford students to gain British qualification, but with a combination of global best practice and local content that is relevant to the African business environment they are operating from; they will be more employable by both local organisations and multinationals operating in Africa.”

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