Event business yet to benefit from LSETF programme, says group
The Managing Director of BusyBee Group, Mrs. Bisi Sotunde, has said that the event business industry is yet to benefit from the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF), adding that the group is poised at bridging the gap.
She stated this in Lagos at a media briefing to announce activities at its sixth edition of the yearly business summit slated for November 15-16, 2022 in Lagos.
Sotunde said the summit would bring both Nigerian and international speakers/panellists that are industry leaders to discuss various topics on how to grow/scale and expand horizons.
She stressed that the platform had trained, mentored and helped over 1,300 event professionals.
ranging from event planners, decorators, caterers, DJ, MCs and everyone who belongs to the event ecosystem.
According to the award-winning event planner, one of the benefits of attending the business summit is the one year access to the thriving business community called The Well Watered Garden Tribe Nation (WWWGT), a group for those who are intentional about networking and growing their businesses.
“We have seen brands scale from ground zero level to the way up. Various training sessions, social networking, hangout as well as spiritual meetings take place within the group; all of this has helped build a total wholesome life of every member.”
Gracing the occasion are international speakers from the Event Industry, such as Jacqueline Vasquez from U.S., Precious Thamaga-Mazibuko from South Africa and Sonu Shau from Dubai.
It will also have the presence of Nigerian panellists, such as Ope Bello of Oomph Events, Bukola Laguda of Freesia Foodies Restaurant, Bisola Bamidele of Bisbam Global Ventures, Yagazie Eguare of Gazmadu Studio.
The summit has Lagos State government through its parastatal Lagos State Employment Trust Fund as a partner.
l Lagos State Employment Trust Fund as a partner.