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Lagos commissioner, Dada, to speak at 2021 ELOY conference 

By  Maria Diamond                       
30 October 2021   |   2:52 am
To sustain women empowerment and provide a platform for Women in MSMEs to thrive and sustain their businesses through access to mentoring, training, affordable finance, grants and networking opportunities...

To sustain women empowerment and provide a platform for Women in MSMEs to thrive and sustain their businesses through access to mentoring, training, affordable finance, grants and networking opportunities, ELOY Conference and Awards 2021 is set to hold.

The Lagos State Commissioner for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Honourable Cecilia Bolajoko Dada will be keynote speaker.
According to the founder, Tewa Onasanya, this year’s conference is themed Collaboration For Sustainable Empowerment – #whenshewinsyouwin.

“The idea is for people to know and understand the hidden fact that when one woman wins, it increases the chances of other women winning and serves as inspiration for other women to win. The 13th ELOYs will be informative, inspiring and encourage collaborative efforts to sustain women empowerment,” she said.

Scheduled for November 26, 2021, the conference will host speakers and participants to presentations and panel discussions focusing on the theme of the event.
 
Other speakers at this year’s conference include Eno Essien, CEO Rheytrak; Sonnia Agu, CEO Sapio Club; Nonye Francic Madu, psychotherapist; Lotana Ezeogu, Founder Skills Tribe; Ife Durosinmi-Eti, CEO Herconomy; Yetty Ogunnubi, Founder/Lead Publicist The YD Company; Tale Alimi, CEO Owoafara; Funke Bucknor-Obruthe, CEO Zapphaire Events and Mabel Aladenusi, Head, Corporate Communications, PR and Digital TVC Communications.
  
The event will wrap up with the awards ceremony in the evening. The prestigious ELOY Awards will be presented to 20 women who have been voted for by the public and have fulfilled the criteria of selection of the ELOY Governing Body.