Skye Bank trains 20 women entrepreneurs on sustainable business
Skye Bank Plc has trained 20 women entrepreneurs on how to lead sustainable businesses, under its Skye Pear initiative.
According to the bank, the programme was scripted to assist women run their businesses efficiently, profitably and professionally.
The Regional Director, Greater Ikeja Region, Skye Bank, Ndubuisi Osakwe, said the training was to help build capacity for women in business and equip them with the necessary skills to succeed in business.
According to him, studies have shown that with the necessary basic training in business management, women would excel as well as create value thereby contributing to the development of the nation.
Speaking further, he said women in business have low record of credit default, adding that with the necessary training and business advisory, they would not only excel but also become employers of labour.
The Head, Small Business Group, Skye Bank Plc, Mrs. Ayodele Olojede, said the bank would partner with the female entrepreneurs to improve the business climate and remove obstacles to their success.
She said: “The training was in line with the unique value proposition of Skye Pearl initiative to address the knowledge and skill gap among female entrepreneurs and position them for competitive participation in business.”
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