By Jonathan Ugbal
Ahead of the October 31 rescheduled Young Business Icons Summit and Awards organised by CrossRiverWatch in collaboration with the Nigerian Youth Chamber of Commerce, all has been declared set.
Speaking at the venue of the event, the President of the Democracy Club, Emmanuel Etim says “we are good to go, everything here is set and this year’s event promises to be a bumper package”.
In a similar vein, Agba Jalingo, Editor-in-Chief of CrossRiverWatch says “Finito! The event will send a message to Cross Riverians telling them they can achieve their dreams by basically thinking deep to discover and maximize their potentials”.
The event billed to kick off by 10a.m. at the controversial Cultural Center will see one entrepreneur win an undisclosed sum.
The entrepreneur will be selected from a pool of many who sent in their business profiles that were published for the public voting electronically for their favorite young business icon in Cross River State.
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