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Fela Ibidapo

10 Jul 2018
Heritage Bank Plc has unveiled plans to boost the capacity of Small and Medium Enterprises as it takes up sponsorship of the yearly entrepreneurial reality show tagged: “The Next Titan,” which would soon kick off for the season five.
26 Jun 2018
Heritage Bank Plc has announced the promotion of over 350 of its workforce, after a successful completion of appraisal system that identified high performers in the bank who met the required criteria.
11 May 2018
He said the Bank has entered into a partnership with the State Government to support the multi-billion Oyo State Agricultural Initiative (OYSAI), a programme designed to revive agriculture, boost agro-allied businesses and empower the youth and women across the state through the creation of thousands of jobs in the sector. 
30 Jan 2017
The bank’s Group Head, Corporate Communications, Fela Ibidapo, disclosed that the funds would be used to purchase the equipment needed by the entrepreneurs to start their businesses.

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