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EnterpriseNGR

11 May 2022
Determined to bridge skills gap in Nigeria, EnterpriseNGR, a professional advocacy group championing the transformation of Nigeria to the premier financial services center in Africa, plans launch of Youth of Enterprise (YOE) on Thursday,  May 12,  2022.    The YOE Internship Programme was designed to help address national youth unemployment and enhance Nigeria’s future productive capacity.…
15 Oct 2021
Stakeholders at the virtual launch of Enterprise NGR yesterday, stressed the need for improved collaboration between the public and private sector in a bid to create an economy that can attract needed investments.
12 Oct 2021
EnterpriseNGR, Nigeria’s newly-established professional policy and advocacy group, has announced the appointment of Ms. Obi Ibekwe as founding Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

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