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Digital Entrepreneur launches virtual learning program for small business owners


The Digital Entrepreneur Platform (TDE), a leading provider of digital learning and tools, has launched a virtual learning video masterclass and podcast initiative for small business owners across the country.

The Digital Platform helps Startups, Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Sales Leaders and clients leverage digital learning and tools for sales growth and optimum performance.

Disclosing this to journalists in Lagos, the founder Digital CEO Tribe, Samson Olatunde, said the knowledge-based online resources are available to SME’s, start-ups, growing businesses, large corporations, individuals such as youth, career professionals, and business executives.


He also said as the world was fast becoming a global digital market, technology remains an incredibly powerful selling tool to use and yet engaging it can be overwhelming to many.

“The virtual video learning Platform is perfectly designed to educate and empower professionals and entrepreneurs to drive dramatic growth using digital tools. Utilizing technology for growth and productivity is surreal and will create an abrupt robust advantage for any organization or individuals that deploy it.”

With over a decade of experience to empower and educate people to become digital savvy, Samson Olatunde is committed to his mandate to empower over one million professionals in Nigeria and Africa.

He is accomplishing this mandate using the Digital CEO Tribe platform with a vision to use The Digital Entrepreneur (TDE) Program has the mandate to educate and empower one million Africans with Digital Skills to earn legitimately seven Figures Online. For more information, visit and sign up for a digital learning course today

He added: “The considerable majority of entrepreneurs, professionals in Africa don’t know how to use digital tools to make a profit. Many still rely on the traditional methods,” stated Samson.


“The need for SMEs to leverage start-ups can never be overemphasized. The failure rates of SME start-ups are high in Nigeria. It’s no news that about 50% of new entrepreneurial investments disappear within the first five years after their establishment. For SMEs to benefit from private investments, It’s become expedient that they leverage the positive effect of short-term bank loans in the profitability and growth in earnings of start-ups.”

As small business owners continue to look for live line he noted that from a start-up’s perspective, firm survival is indeed a key consideration for entrepreneurs, as they usually hold a largely undiversified portfolio.

“So, SMEs can leverage start-ups by providing loans with reasonable interest to support entrepreneurs weak performances, and prevent future liquidation; as bank loans and trade, credit are the sources of external funds upon which most SME start-ups rely. However, entry barriers, economies of scale, or market structure, can affect leverage and SMEs must guard against them all,” he said.

Advising SMEs to adopt digital tools in other to become more objective in the way they measure their profits margins, stressed that this would help them develop a managerial attitude towards adopting innovations, and improve organizational performance.

However, acknowledging the contribution of the platform Niyi Adesanya, said he could not be more excited “about partnering with the tech guru in my organization. His mission and vision for people in Nigeria, Africa, and beyond is larger than the streams in the south,” he reiterated.


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