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FATE foundation holds alumni conference



FATE Foundation, a non-profit entrepreneurial organisation, will hold its second annual alumni conference tomorrow at the Shell Hall, MUSON Centre in Lagos at 9am.

It said its members and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSMEs) owners could gain knowledge from industry experts and influencers to ensure maximum growth and development of their businesses.

The Executive Chairman, Channels Television Networks, John Momoh, is expected to speak on: Unlocking the Growth Potential of MSMEs Through Partnerships and Innovation.


He is also expected to build on the success of the inaugural edition and foster a sense of community and tradition among members.

Speaking on the conference, executive director of the foundation, Adenike Adeyemi, said in a statement that this year’s syndicate sessions would focus on access to markets.

“The conference this year is introducing the consulting bar, an extension of the monthly FATE consulting clinic, where our alumni business men and women can have one-on-one access to expert advisory support.

“We have invited specific institutions that provide relevant advice to MSMEs in legal, tax, finance, human resources (HR), digital marketing strategy, communications, sustainability, financial software and credit rating,” she said.

Other speakers expected at the conference are Partner, Risk Consulting Practice, KPMG, Tomi Adepoju; Founder and Chief Executive Officer, House of Tara, Tara Durotoye; Chief Executive Officer, Mall for Africa, Tope Folayan; and Principal Consultant, ADSRAT Branding Management Consortium, among others.

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